Vattenfall and Echandia charge ferry superfast
Vattenfall and Echandia Marine have developed a new solution for electric ferries that is designed to minimise emissions and noise and at the same time lower operational and maintenance costs and provide superfast charging. The systems are instal...
More oil in the Oseberg area
Equinor has, on behalf of the Oseberg partners, made a profitable oil discovery related to Oseberg Vestflanken. The well was drilled by the Askepott rig and the discovery will soon be put on stream via the new, unmanned and remote-operated H plat...
Vattenfall wins tender for Dutch offshore wind power
Vattenfall has won the tender for the second phase of the Dutch offshore wind farm Hollandse Kust Zuid (HKZ) 3 & 4. In September 2018, Vattenfall was granted permits to build the first phase, HKZ 1 & 2. The wind farms will have a capacity...
LNG proves competitive for PCTC newbuilds
SEA/LNG has released an independent study showing that LNG as a marine fuel delivers the best return on investment and is a competitive option for newbuild Pure Car and Truck Carriers (PCTC) on Pacific and Atlantic trade lanes. Peter Keller, C...
HHI supplies HiMSEN engine to India
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has succeeded in entering Indian nuclear power plant market with its self-developed 'HiMSEN' engine. HHI announced on July 9 that the Korean conglomerate and Hyundai Corporation have recently signed an agre...
KOMEA gives presentation on governmental supports
The Korea Marine Equipment Association (KOMEA) has recently announced that it will hold a briefing session on 'governmental policy and support for shipbuilding & offshore plant equipment business' on July 17 at Busan Port International Exhibi...
SK Telink introduces GX service in Korea
Korean communication service provider SK Telink announced on July 10 that it will supply next-generation 'Global Xpress (GX) satellite communication service' for the first time in Korea. GX, Inmarsat's 5th generation satellite communicat...
DSME-MAN-HSD join hands for engine digitalization
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has recently announced that the Korean shipbuilding tycoon signed a 'strategic business agreement for digitalization of ship engine' with MAN Energy Solution (MAN ES), German solution provider t...
NB market sluggish in 1H
There was very poor contracting in global new order sales for the first half of 2019, and the new order intakes hit a historic low for the second quarter particularly. From January to June this year, according to VesselsValue, global bulker co...
Korea maintained its No.1 in global contracting
Of global contracting in June this year (18 vessels of a combined 660,000 cgt), six units of 340,000 cgt were ordered at Korean shipyards. With this, Korea became the largest country builder two months in a row, beating China with seven vessels o...
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