Daewoo unveils LNG-FPSO
Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering has unveiled its own generic LNG floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) unit at the FLNG 2010 meeting in Barcelona. Daewoo executive vice-president marketing engineering Brendan Jeong s...
Keppel delivers five on schedule
Keppel Singmarine, the specialised shipbuilding arm of Keppel Offshore & Marine Limited (Keppel O&M), has recently delivered five newbuildings as scheduled. These five vessels, including a Multi-Purpose Supply and Support Vessel (MPSSV), an Ancho...
Samsung names LNG-SRV
Korea's Samsung Heavy Industries held a naming ceremony on Thursday for the LNG-SRV ordered by Norway's Hoegh. SHI president Roh In-sik and Hoegh chairman Morten W Høegh attended the christening ceremony. The vessel was named 'GDF SUEZ CAPE AN...
Petrobras gets bids for rig newbuilds
Petrobras has received bids from nine shipyard and fabrication groups vying to build and sell deep-water rigs directly to the oil giant in the first stage of a 28-unit Brazilian rig-building program. The tender is divided into three packages, and...
Rem pens PSV quartet
Age Remoy’s Rem Offshore has ordered four large platform supply vessel (PSV) newbuildings as signs emerge that the price of offshore ships is beginning to rise. It has penned two VS 485s at Kleven Verft and a brace of STX 06 CD design ships at ...
Hyundai inks LPG carrier duo
Korean shipbuilding major Hyundai Heavy Industries inked two handysize LPG carriers ordered by Indonesia's state energy group Pertamina for a combined value of $86m. Norwegian shipbrokers Lorentzen & Stemoco and Fearnleys reported HHI would build...
COSCO enters semi-sub shipping
On May 20th 2010, a 50,000-dwt semi-submerged ship, ordered by COSCO Shipping, came out of the dock in CSSC Guangzhou Longxue Shipbuilding. As is introduced, this is the largest semi-submerged ship in Asia while another sister ship is under constr...
Germanish running for wind farm vessel
Germany’s Hochtief Construction is negotiating with local shipbuilders to build a pair of high value-added wind farm installation vessels, communications chief Bernd Putter said. He confirmed the first of the “new generation” vessels should...
Chinese into LNG carriers
Two Chinese shipbuilders, Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Co and Jiangsu Rongsheng Heavy Industries Group, have announced that they would enter into the LNG carrier market. The domestic demand is predicted to reach 38 LNG carriers in 2010 and over 6...
Drydocks wins $110m order
Drydocks World has secured its third order from Singapore-based subsea contractor Hallin Marine with a $110m deal to build an oil well intervention compact semi-submersible vessel. The 8,200 dwt diesel-electric powered vessel has been designed by...
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