FESDEC, TGS, KMS close to AiP
FESDEC(Far East Ship Design & Engineering) and TGS(Trans Gas Solution) in collaboration with KMS(Korea Maritime Services) have acquired the 2nd phase of Approval in Principle(AiP) from DNV GL, a global leading class society within the gas fue...
MAN 28/33D STC Engine Successfully Passes TAT
MAN Diesel & Turbo`s MAN 28/33D STC engine passed its Type Approval Test (TAT) at the end of April 2018 at the company’s works in Augsburg, Germany. The TAT was supervised by classification-society representatives from the China Classifi...
DNV GL announces new emission reduction notation
As the shipping industry continues its push to reduce emissions to air, classification society DNV GL announced a new class notation for exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS). The new notation, Emission reduction (ER), will cover not only scrub...
Sembcorp buys Sevan Marine IP
Sembcorp Marine Ltd (the “Company”) announced on June 8 that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Sembcorp Marine Integrated Yard Pte. Ltd. (“SMIY”), has entered into a sale and purchase agreement (“SPA”) with Norway’s Sevan Marine ASA (“...
Seadrill announces expected emergence from chapter 11
Seadrill Limited ("Seadrill" or the "Company") announces on June 7 that it anticipates emerging from the chapter 11 process in the first half of July 2018. As previously announced, on April 17, 2018, the court overseeing the Company's ch...
The Johan Sverdrup drilling platform installed
The 22,000-tonne topside for the drilling platform was lifted into position in one single lift on the Johan Sverdrup field last weekend. Equinor and the Johan Sverdrup partners are the first users in the world of this ground-breaking technology. ...
Shell Marine 40 launched for tug and fishing markets
Shell Marine is launching Shell Marine 40, an engine oil for use in high-speed diesel engines in the fishing and tug boat segments, to support and help enhance the performance of engines on board some of the hardest working vessels at sea.  ...
JMU wins MR2 tanker duo
Some Japanese ship operators turned out to have commissioned their compatriot shipbuilders to build new tankers. As a part of its fleet renewal program, according to a foreign media outlet, Nissen Kaiun placed an order at Japan Marine United (...
Jinling added six Italian Ro-Ros
Italian outfit Grimaldi Group have ordered multiple Ro-Ros at a Chinese yard. According to foreign media and industry, the company had ordered 6+6 64,000-gt Ro-Ros at Nanjing Jinling Shipyard, and now exercised the option attached. The former ...
YZJ won 2+2 US bulkers
It is said that a US investor Mangrove Partners have ordered four bulkers at Yangzijiang Shipbuilding (Holdings) Group (YZJ) of China. According to TradeWinds and industry, Mangrove Partners had ordered 2+2 208,000-dwt newcastlemax bulkers at ...
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