ABB to power new Virgin Voyages cruise
ABB to supply the complete electric power and propulsion package for the Virgin Voyages’ new fleet. The initial Virgin Voyages vessel, due for delivery in 2020, will be the first of a fleet of three innovative ships designed and built with e...
World Fuel Services does upgrades at Falmouth
In a bid to meet customer needs beyond 2020 World Fuel Services (WFS) announced a recent investment at its current supply location in Falmouth, UK, to upgrade facilities and the introduction of a new supply vessel. WFS currently stores and sup...
LR supports Coral South FLNG project in Mozambique.
The scope of work that LR is undertaking covers design, procurement, certification, construction, integration and commissioning, as well as providing classification services under a risk based inspection regime when the FLNG enters service in 202...
Vard secures contract for three patrol boats
Vard announceed a new contract for the construction of three coast guard vessels for the Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency (“NDMA”) in Norway. The value of the contract exceeds NOK 5 billion. The Norwegian Government had originally a...
MOL in exclusive discussions for Hong Kong LNG terminal
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President & CEO: Junichiro Ikeda) today announced that MOL, has entered into a preliminary agreement to supply a Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU), as well as Jetty Operation & Maintenance Ser...
Inmarsat emphasized connectivity for seafarers' welfare
A new report looking at crew connectivity on ships has revealed the emotional and operational impact on professional seafarers who are often away for up to six months at a time with limited opportunities to interact digitally with friends and fam...
Prosafe wins further work for Safe Swift
Prosafe acting as commercial managers for the Axis Offshore owned Safe Swift has won a contract to support activities in the Central Mediterranean Sea. Upon demobilisation from her existing contract in mid-June, Safe Swift mobilised to conduct...
Wisdom seeks another Japanese bulker
Taiwanese operator Wisdom Marine has ordered an 82,400-dwt kamsarmax bulker at a Japanese yard. According to foreign media and industry, the operator has placed an order for one NOx Tier III kamsarmax at Japan Marine United (JMU) at around $34...
Fearnley: "LNG tonnage shortage in 2022"
An industry expert predicted an LNG tonnage shortfall of over 60 LNG carriers due to increase in LNG production. Michael Newman from Astrup Fearnley presented such an idea at a recent forum, saying that 2018 orders to date are still insufficie...
Hyundai Electric appoints new leadership
Hyundai Electric, which had moved out from Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) in April 2018 just shuffled its leadership. HHI Group announced on June 26 that it nominated Chung Myung-lim. Hyundai Heavy Industries MOS CEO, as Hyundai Electric’s ...
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