Minerva exercised NB option at SHI
Minerva Marine is bringing up the number of its LNG carrier fleet to four by exercising an option at Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI). TradeWinds and sources told that Minerva had exercised an option for one 174,000-cbm LNG carrier (two-stroke, ...
Two potential DAE SUN buyers appear
It turned out that there are two companies which expressed their interest in taking over DAE SUN Shipbuilding & Engineering. According to investment bank industrial source, one of them has a practical will for the acquisition. An official ...
HMD awarded mid-sized PC sextet
Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) announced on January 28 that it signed a contract with an European operator for building up to six (including two options) 50,000 dwt product carriers (PCs) worth about $250m in total. The newbuilds are slated...
NYK received Oshima NB bulker
On January 23, a new coal carrier Pirika Mosiri Maru that NYK will own and operate to transport coal for Hokkaido Electric Power Co. Inc. (HEPCO), was delivered at Oshima Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. in Saikai city, Nagasaki prefecture, and a delivery c...
Four companies competing for Indian ferry project
In order to win their compatriot Kochi Metro Rail's (KMRL's) ferry project worth $95m, Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL) and Larsen & Toubro (L&T) in India are to compete foreign companies. According to industrial source and foreign pres...
Golden Energy repurchases cancelled PSV
Golden Energy Offshore turns out to have purchased two platform support vessels (PSVs) from Jiangsu Rainbow Heavy Industries (RHI) after the cancellation of them. It is said that Golden Energy Offshore ordered the two PSVs 'Energy Duches...
Korea reclaims No.1 in 2018 NB order
The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) has recently announced that Korea was a country which posted the largest newbuilding order intakes in the world in 2018 with 44.2% (12.63m cgt) shares, which is official counting from Clarkson Re...
BSC mulling on a large newbuilding project
Bangladesh’s state-run operator Bangladesh Shipping Corporation (BSC) is reviewing a plan to order 26 units of tankers and bulkers to renew its fleet, it is understood. Foreign media and industry sources told that the company had already ord...
OSC hints more newbuildings coming
After its recent newbuilding shopping at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), Oman Shipping Company has hinted other round of newbuilding orders. In a media interview, CFO and acting CEO of the company Michael Jorgensen said th...
January ship export showed bumpy start
Korean export is slowing down in January due to a slow start in the semiconductor and shipbuilding industries. Korea Customs Service (KCS) announced on January 21 that by January 20, 2019, Korea exported $25.7bn of goods and services, which is...
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