Developing standards for all-electric ships with LOHC techno...
H2-Industries and LR are working together on developing standards for all-electric vessels powered by emission-free Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC) technology. This week at the Monaco Yacht Show, H2-Industries and LR announced a collabo...
VSY, Siemens, and LR to research hydrogen fuel cells
Viareggio Super Yachts (VSY) has signed an agreement with Siemens and LR to develop a project for the application of hydrogen fuel cells technology on a special version of the new VSY 65m WATERECHO project by Espen Øino. Designed for true sea lo...
Three partners announce $182m injection in Avenir
Golar LNG Limited ("Golar LNG" or "Golar") announced an investment of USD 24.75 million in Avenir LNG Ltd. The investment is part of a combined commitment of up to USD 182 million from Stolt-Nielsen Ltd. ("Stolt-Nielsen"), Höegh LNG Holdings Ltd...
Foreship expertise to build West Coast cruise ship business
Naval architecture, design and marine engineering specialist Foreship has transferred a senior member of its management team in Finland to head its Seattle operation, in a move aiming to expand West Coast activities and provide a new focus for it...
GTMaritime celebrates 20 years
GTMaritime, the maritime communication experts, are celebrating 20 years of delivering essential maritime communications with excellence. Since 1998 GTMaritime has been providing a range of technology solutions to the maritime industry that serve...
Chartwell marine launches new CTV design
Chartwell Marine, a pioneer in next generation vessel design, has announced the launch of the Chartwell 24, a brand-new crew transfer vessel (CTV) design for the international offshore wind markets. The catamaran design has been developed in conj...
Samskip upgrades Nor Lines shortsea service
Samskip is restructuring the multi-purpose cargo and reefer services connecting North Sea and Baltic ports to Norway operated by subsidiary Nor Lines, in a move that adds capacity, frequency and new port options to the logistics mix. The...
Japan greets BC order spree
Japanese shipbuilding industry is welcoming the current new bulker order spree. Shipyards in the country are said to have consecutively won new bulkers from owners including Norden, Kassian Maritime, and Biko Kisen. Kassian Mari...
NYK books LNGC at SHI?
NYK Line seems to have ordered one LNG carrier from Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI). The Korean shipbuilding heavyweight announced on October 1 that it won one 174,000 cbm LNG carrier from Asian shipowner at about KRW 200.1bn (about $179.8m) fo...
Equinor buys Rosebank shares
Equinor of Norway announced on October 1 that it is acquiring 40% of shares in Rosebank project located west of Shetland islands, Scotland, from Chevron. According to foreign media including Reuters, Chevron is contemplating for additional d...
2018 - 10
Most Read Articles
HHI Group wins Suezmax duo
SHI sets 2019 revenue & order …
A survey predicts healthy year…
DSME won four VLCCs
Zvezda won preliminary deal fo…
Related Media News
How the Cargo Industry Is Clea…
Croatia to push on with LNG pr…
Winners and Losers in Big Oil&…
Latest NB Fixtures
KHAN, 1+1 TKs
Gunderson, 1 Barge
DSIC, 10 BCs
"Zero-emission might be mandatory for ships in 20-30 years"
[Exclusive Interview] Industry Minister of Denmark, Brian Mi…
E-mail Gathering Refusal
All contents provided by ASIASIS (Daily Shipbuilding & Offshore) on this website are protected by copyright law, of which copy and distribution are prohibited without authorization.
Published by ASIASIS | (Daily Shipbuilding & Offshore, 203-01-99846) | 1213 Samheung BD 705-9 Yeoksam 1, 329, Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
TEL . +82-2-3473-3321 | FAX . +82-2-3473-3324 | E-mail : email@example.com | CEO: James Lee
ASIASIS (Daily Shipbuilding & Offshore).
All rights reserved.