Osbit delivers jack-up vessel boat landing system
Osbit Ltd has delivered to Gulf Marine Services UK Ltd (GMS) the offshore industry’s first height adjustable boat landing system for a jack-up vessel. Osbit’s access tower, which features an integrated boat landing system, provides safe cr...
Seabased for Canary islands desalination project
Seabased, a Swedish wave energy company, is teaming up with Infocom Connect to provide clean, renewable, wave energy for commercial projects in the Canary Islands. The partnership will begin with a project for a pilot 5 MW installation to provide...
Merger of McDermott and CB&I approved
The shareholders of McDermott International has approved a plan for the merger of the company and large-sized EPC provider Chicago Bridge & Iron Company (CB&I), which was announced at the end of 2017. With this, the two corporati...
100 offshore projects to be sanctioned in 2018
The current tailwind in the oil market is likely to propel 100 new offshore projects to be sanctioned in 2018, according to Rystad Energy. This compares to only 60 projects in 2017 and below 40 in 2016, as shown in the latest Oilfield Service Rep...
CMHI and DNV GL ink LoI for two jack-ups
DNV GL announced on May 2 that China Merchants Heavy Industry (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd (CMHI) and DNV GL signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) for the classification of two multi-activity jack-up units at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston. ...
LR to class first FSRU ordered for Indian waters.
LR recently signed a contract to class the first ever floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) to be ordered for Indian waters. Stationed at Jafrabad port and operational 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, it will be built to LR’s Rules for th...
Seajacks to install Siemens Gamesa turbines in Taiwan
Seajacks announced on May 1 that it has won a contract from Siemens Gamesa to install its 6MW turbines at phase 2 of the 120MW Formosa 1 offshore wind farm in Taiwan. The award is the first time the Great Yarmouth-based company has won a renew...
POSCO joins OTC 11 years in a row
Korean steel giant POSCO attended the 'Offshore Technology Conference (OTC)' 11 years in a row and presented marketing activities for its energy steel material and processing technologies. The OTC is one of the world's largest conference...
Korea emphasizes necessity of research center
Korean shipbuilding industry players have emphasized the necessity of setting up a 'shipbuilding & offshore research center' with the goal of training shipbuilding experts and stopping the outflow of top-level human resources overseas. Dur...
Russia floats Arctic platform
The Russian Hydrometeorological Service of Russia is understood to have ordered a self-propelled Arctic research platform at Admiralty shipyard in Saint Petersburg. The 7,500-dwt platform, with 67.8m of length and 22.5m of width, would be able to...
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