SHI celebrates 1+1 LNG ship deal
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) announced on March 5 that the investment for 1+1 180,000-cbm LNG carriers got approved from an overseas LNG shipping company. The contract is expected to be signed on March 9. SHI so far this year have secured co...
Wärtsilä supports boiler conversion
Wärtsilä Korea Ltd, a fully-owned subsidiary of the technology group Wärtsilä, announced on February 27 that it has signed Boiler Conversion Contracts with South Korean SK Shipping and Korea Line Corporation (KLC) in December 2017. The ...
GTT nets LNG ship/FSRU jobs
GTT announced on March1 that it has received an order from a South Korean shipyard for the design of the LNG tanks of a new LNG carrier (LNGC) and a new Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU). These vessels will be built on behalf of a E...
Bureau Veritas launches world-wide e-certification
Bureau Veritas announced on February 28 that it is now issuing both classification and statutory e-certificates following successful pilots with ship owners and flag states. Bureau Veritas digital certificates may now be issued on behalf of 52 fl...
Foreship counsels caution on expedition ship rush
Booming demand for expedition ships should not mean that good and safe shipbuilding practices for passenger vessels are compromised, leading naval architecture and engineering company Foreship has warned. The consultancy, which has more ...
World Fuel Services strengthens customer offering
World Fuel Services (WFS) announced on March 1 a new physical marine fuel supply location in Tampa, Florida. WFS will supply fuel oil and marine diesel from Port Manatee to vessels in the Tampa Bay area. Joe Gowen, SVP Global Marine Supply, sa...
Triyards lost shipbuilding contract
The Board of Directors (the “Board”) of Triyards Holdings Limited (the “Company”) wishes to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary, Saigon Offshore Fabrication and Engineering Limited, has received notice of termination (“Termination...
SEA/LNG coalition adds two more Japanese members
SEA/LNG, the industry coalition aiming to accelerate adoption of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel, has added two more Japanese members: "K" LINE Group and Uyeno Group. Peter Keller, SEA/LNG chairman and executive vice president, TO...
GE announces world’s most powerful offshore turbine
GE Renewable Energy (NYSE:GE) unveiled its plan to develop the largest, most powerful offshore wind turbine: the Haliade-X. Featuring a 12 MW direct drive generator and an industry leading gross capacity factor of 63 percent1 the Haliade-X will p...
Dragados pens jacket package deal
Spain's Dragados Offshore announced on February 22 a contract award from Maersk Oil for jacket package worth $100m for the Tyra Redevelopment project, located offshore in the Danish sector of the North Sea. The package covers engineering, pr...
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