STX celebrates two Greek tankers
STX, which has been under the scope of industrial consulting, landed a welcoming overseas contract. STX O&S announced on February 2 that Greek owner Pantheon Tankers exercised an option for two tankers it had held at STX to mark the first ...
Shell wins nine key blocks in Mexico deep-water
In deep-water bid round for the Mexican Gulf of Mexico, Shell announced on January 31 that Shell Exploración y Extracción de México, S.A. de C.V., (“Shell”) won four exploration blocks on its own, one with its partner Pemex Exploración y ...
Port of Gothenburg to build LNG bunkering shop
Construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility is now under way at the Port of Gothenburg. The facility will open up new opportunities for LNG-fuelled ships that call at the Gothenburg Energy Port. It will become fully operational during ...
ADB to Advise on Philippines' First LNG Hub Project
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) announced on January 30 that it has signed an agreement with the Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC) to act as transaction advisor for the Philippines’ first liquefied natural gas (LNG) hub project in Batanga...
Marlink introduces prepaid cards on Fleet Xpress
Marlink announced on January 31 that it has become the first Inmarsat Fleet Xpress Value Added Reseller (VAR) to provide customers with a prepaid voice card calling facility, giving seafarers a low-cost and easy to manage way to call family and f...
Transas CEO gets SMART4SEA Leadership Award
Transas announced on January 31 that Frank Coles, Chief Executive Officer of Transas, has won the prestigious inaugural SMART4SEA Leadership Award, recognising his outstanding contribution to transformative thinking in the maritime industry. T...
BSIC nets two Taiwanese VLOCs
Sources told that Taiwanese operator U-Ming Marine Transport has ordered multiple VLOCs at a Chinese yard on the back of COA with Vale. According to the industry, one of the operators subsidiaries has signed COA with Vale for the 2020-2045 per...
Barossa FEED winner emerges soon
It is learned that the winner of FPSO FEED deal for Barrosa field in Bonaparte Basin, Australia will soon emerge. According to industry and foreign media, SBM Offshore, MODEC, Saipem, TechnipFMC are on the shortlist. SBM have tied with JGC Cor...
M/Maritime took reins of Japanese BCs
M/Maritime led by Greek shipping magnate Mytilineos recently announced that it will manage three bulkers Japanese shipbuilders are building. M/Maritime explained that the units are two 60,200-dwt ultramax bulkers (Hull No. 1961&1962) built...
2020 Bulkers adds more newcastlemax units
It is learned that bulker operator 2020 Bulkers have exercised options for four new bulkers it has held at New Times Shipbuilding. The operator has been understood to have ordered four 208,000-dwt newcastlemax bulkers to receive delivery after...
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