Keppel FELS lands new drilling rig
Awilco Drilling PLC announced on March 11 that its fully owned subsidiary Awilco Rig 1 Pte. Ltd. signed a contract with Keppel FELS shipyard in Singapore for the building of one new CS60 ECO MW semisubmersible drilling rig on 9 March 2018. ...
GAS Entec Contracted to Export LNG Re-Gas Package
GAS Entec Co., Ltd. announced that it has received an order for LNG regasification plants from Turkey's power generation company. GAS Entec has been selected as a supplier for the regasification unit installed on the Powerships constructed by Kar...
Saudi Aramco signs preliminary gas deal with Shell
State oil giant Saudi Aramco signed a preliminary deal to pursue international gas opportunities with Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) on Thursday as part of top crude exporter Saudi Arabia’s diversification drive before the listing of Aramco. The...
Total Closes Maersk Oil acquisition
Total announces the closing of the Maersk Oil acquisition signed on 21st of August 2017. It brings to Total around 1 billion barrels of oil equivalent of 2P/2C reserves and resources, mainly in the OECD countries, and a production of about 160,00...
ABB wins total solution order for Lindblad
ABB will deliver a comprehensive scope of power, automation, propulsion and digital solutions for the new Lindblad Expeditions Holdings, Inc. vessel that will take passengers on exploration cruises in remote polar areas. Designed with a focus on...
Delivery of PACIFIC BREEZE by Kawasaki
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. delivered the PACIFIC BREEZE (Kawasaki hull no. 1718), a 182,000 m3 capacity liquefied natural gas (LNG) transport vessel on March 8 for use by Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. ("K" Line). The vessel is scheduled to be ...
Rivertrace showcases products at Asia Pacific Maritime
UK-based water quality monitoring expert Rivertrace will be showcasing its Smart PFM 107 Oil-in-Water Monitor and Smart Turbidity Monitor, at Asia Pacific Maritime, Basement 2 Hall 4 Booth F-B26, March 14th – 16th 2018 in Singapore. Ri...
Pacific Basin avoids scrubbers
While releasing its 2017 results, Pacific Basin commented that it will not opt for scrubbers to respond strict regulations. The following is the comment: "We welcome stricter environmental regulation, but we do not think sulphur scrubbers are ...
Singapore’s ambition for global maritime hub
To continue growing the maritime cluster and capturing new opportunities, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) announced on March 7 that it will strengthen the connectivity and inter-linkages of Singapore’s maritime cluster, build...
Frontline expanding newbuilding BC fleet
Frontline led by John Fredriksen is understood to have ordered two kamsarmax newbuildings at Shanhaiguan Shipbuilding Industry (SSIC). According to foreign media, two parties signed a deal for two 81,500-dwt bulkers with delivery slated ...
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