Wood clinches engineering deal for Scarborough
It turned out that Wood Group, which is headquartered in Aberdeen, has been commissioned by Woodside, the largest oil and gas company in Australia, to perform concept definition engineering works for the Scarborough LNG project. Ac...
Doosan Heavy won OWF maintenance deal
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction announced on August 13 that it has signed a contract for the maintenance and repair works for an offshore wind farm with Korea Offshore Wind Power. The offshore wind project is currently the largest o...
BW secures 3rd FSRU charter
It turned out that BW LNG, an affiliate of Singaporean shipowner BW Group, will use its new FSRU for Brazil's gas plant project. According to industrial sources and TradeWinds, BW LNG signed a contract with Gas Natural Acu (GNA), a...
KOMERI supports overseas engineer training again
The Korea Marine Equipment Research Institute (KOMERI) conducts additional recruitment for 'overseas A/S engineer training and finding global buyers' from August 13, targeting shipbuilding and offshore equipment providers in Busan Metropolitan Ci...
BMEA invites players to OK 2018
Busan Marine Equipment Association (BMEA) is opening Busan pavilion in the 4th Offshore Korea 2018 (OK 2018), which will take place at Busan on October 10-12, to support Busan equipment industry. The pavilion will invite around 20 companies wi...
Offshore ind. waiting for new fortune
Offshore industry, which has been considered an outsider of the recovering maritime world, is seeing a signal of long-awaited recovery. Choi Kwang-Sik, a researcher at Hi Investment & Securities commented in his recent report that “while th...
SHI considers unpaid leave
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) is said to have considered carrying out its very first unpaid rotational leave system against a backdrop of falling order cover. According to industrial sources, the Korean shipbuilding giant suggested the unpaid...
Ulsan attracted autonomous navigation center
Ulsan city announced that it is selected by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) of Korea for ‘Smart Autonomous Navigation Test Center,’ in a competition between five entities. The development project costs around KRW44.5bn t...
Four things you should know about offshore marine cable glan...
Cable glands are often considered as simple electrical ancillaries, but in fact they are vital components which must maintain the protection levels of the equipment to which they are attached. Failure to specify the correct type or quality of cab...
Maersk and IBM Introduce TradeLens solution
In a follow up to their January announcement, A.P. Moller –Maersk (MAERSKb.CO) and IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced the creation of TradeLens, jointly developed by the two companies to apply blockchain to the world's global supply chain. TradeLe...
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