Samkang M&T-CS WIND seals offshore wind deal
Samkang M&T, a Korean manufacturer and supplier of heavy wall pipes, marine equipment, and marine fabrication plants, and CS WIND corporation, a Korean wind tower expert will cooperate to target global offshore wind power markets together. ...
Deepsea Aberdeen attains work with Wintershall Dea
Odfjell Drilling Shetland Ltd announced on September 21 that it has received a notice of early termination from BP Exploration Operating Company Ltd of the contract for semi-submersible Deepsea Aberdeen.The contract was originally due to expire i...
Keppel O&M wins 2 deals worth $200m
Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd (Keppel O&M) announced on September 22 that it has clinched contracts worth approximately S$200 million combined, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, Keppel AmFELS and Keppel Shipyard. In the Unite...
DOF Subsea nets African field FSV contract
DOF Subsea announced on September 17 that it has been awarded an integrated Field Support Vessel (FSV) contract with an international oil company in Angola. The project shall utilize Skandi Seven for a minimum of 303 firm vessel days plus 365 day...
Mermaid forms joint venture with Meitech
Mermaid Maritime Public Company Limited (the “Company”) announced on September 18 that it shall be establishing an indirect majority owned subsidiary, Mermaid-MOE JV Co., Ltd. (“MMJV”), in Thailand. Based on the terms of a Joint ...
Difficulties seen in Australian LNG projects
Woodside and Santos are having difficulties in expanding their LNG export facilities in Australia. LNG export facilities the two energy providers are setting up in the country include ▲the five NWS (North West Shelf) Trains and one Plu...
North America LNG projects scale down
At least two companies, NextDecade and Tellurian, which are proceeding with LNG export projects in North America, seem to scale down their businesses. According to industry sources, NextDecade aimed to produce 27-mpta per year in the 'Rio Gran...
Siem Offshore gets extensions in Australia for AHTS trio
Siem Offshore announced on September 19 that it has agreed with the charter to extend the firm contract for 3 x large AHTS vessels (Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels) operating in Australia. The extension will secure work until October 2021 for ...
Vestas-Hempel join forces to protect turbine surfaces
World-leading supplier of coating solutions, Hempel announced on September 16 that global leader in sustainable energy solutions, Vestas and Hempel are teaming up in a new strategic partnership to cooperate around innovative solutions for surface...
KOEM to demonstrate LNG bunkering technology
The Korea Marine Environment Management Corporation (KOEM) has recently announced that it entered into an agreement with two other Korean public organizations on September 7 for developing technology to demonstrate LNG fuel bunkering for ships. ...
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