Norwegian operator to build hybrid BC
A Norwegian shipping company Kare Misje & Co is trying to build hybrid bulker, it is said. Sources told that the company is in discussion with Norwegian, Chinese, and Dutch shipbuilders for 4,500-5,000 dwt dual fuel bulkers. It seems the o...
Japan to power fishing ships with hydrogen
Japan Fisheries Research and Education Agency (FRA) is planning to develop fishing boats powered by hydrogen fuel cells with Japanese carmaker, Toyota. Local media reported that FRA is to start the design of the ship in the fiscal year 2019 fo...
Sembcorp won first FSRU conversion job
Sembcorp Marine of Singapore is about to commence its first FSRU conversion of an existing LNG carrier. The industry and foreign media reported that 127,000-cbm LNG carrier Dwiputra, which is built in 1994 and operated by MOL, was moved to Sem...
Nomura: SHI would achieve 2019 target
A global investment outfit predicted that Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) would be able to achieve its 2019 order intake target, $7.8bn. Nomura Securities said that “SHI revealed its 2019 performance guidance on January 10 at KRW7.1trn of rev...
"77m dwt ordered, 80m dwt delivered in 2018"
The global shipping market saw an overall recovery trend last 2018. Steve Gordon, Managing Director of Clarksons Research, noted through the '2018 Shipping Market Review' that there were improvements in most part of the market, saying, "ClarkSea ...
DSIC wins 10 85K BCs
It turned out that Chinese financial leasing company AVIC International Leasing has placed an order at its compatriot state-owned Dalian Shipbuilding Industry (DSIC) for 10 Post-panamax bulkers. According to industrial source and forei...
HMD awarded MR TK quartet
Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) turns out to have won four MR product carriers (PCs) from Meiji Shipping. According to industrial source and TradeWinds, the Korean shipbuilder is scheduled to build and deliver the 50,000 dwt vessels to Meiji Shipp...
Subsea 7 acquires one offshore construction ship
Subsea 7 has finalised the acquisition of Toisa Pegasus, a multi-purpose offshore construction and dive support vessel. The 2009-built vessel is to be renamed Seven Pegasus and will primarily support Subsea 7’s operations in the North Sea and A...
Vryhof boasts new contracts
Vryhof, a trusted partner to many of the offshore industry’s leading companies and its three businesses - Deep Sea Mooring, Vryhof Anchors and Moorlink - announced up to US$75 million in new contracts, starting 2019 on a high. The contracts ...
DSME nets LNGC from Japan
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) is said to have won two LNG carriers from a large Japanese operator. According to TradeWinds, Mitsui O.S.K. Line (MOL) ordered the LNG carrier duo from the Korean shipbuilding tycoon, with tw...
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