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Maersk rig gets early termination from Dana

Posted On: 11-01-2021

Offshore drilling contractor Maersk Drilling has received a notice of early termination for convenience of a one-well rig contract with Dana Petroleum in Denmark. The rig contract was first announced in Maersk Drilling’s May 2020 Fleet Status Report. The contract was awarded by Dana Petroleum to the Maersk Resilient jack-up rig. It was supposed to have an estimated duration of 110 days and t..readmore

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Heerema to wind down no longer economically viable Angola business

Posted On: 11-01-2021

Dutch offshore contractor Heerema Marine Contractors has decided to close its joint ventures in Angola due to poor market conditions. In a statement on Friday, Heerema Marine Contractors said that the ongoing poor market conditions and sustained low oil price mean that the Heerema Angola Joint Ventures were no longer economically viable. Having explored possibilities for the future within Angola, ..readmore

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AMSA: Cargo ship crew repatriated after 20 months spent on board

Posted On: 12-01-2021

Nine Chinese and Filipino seafarers, some of whom have been onboard their Panama-flagged cargo ship Brio Faith for 20 months with no leave, will be reunited with their families after an intervention by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). As informed, AMSA inspected the ship in Port Alma, Queensland, on 2 November 2020 where inspectors verified that three crew had been on board for ove..readmore

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Trio wraps up joint development projects for LNG bunkering

Posted On: 24-12-2020

Classification and technical advisory body ABS, Sembcorp Marine and A*STAR’s Institute of High-Performance Computing (IHPC) have completed joint development projects in LNG bunkering and the use of LNG as a marine fuel. ABS said that the projects arose out of a memorandum of understanding signed by the trio in 2018 to advance the use of LNG as a marine fuel and to make LNG more accessible, rel..readmore

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Port of Corpus Christi joins SEA-LNG coalition

Posted On: 24-12-2020

The Port of Corpus Christi, the largest port in the United States by total revenue tonnage, has joined the multi-sector industry coalition SEA-LNG. SEA-LNG said on Thursday that the Port of Corpus Christi was the fourth North American port to join the coalition but is the first port located on the strategic and energy-rich Gulf of Mexico. Peter Keller, chairman of SEA-LNG, said: “The Port of Cor..readmore

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Standard Drilling finds new work for supply vessels

Posted On: 23-12-2020

Offshore vessel operator S.D. Standard Drilling has secured more work for its fleet of platform supply vessels. The vessel utilization for the company’s owned large size PSVs totalled 74 per cent in October and November. The Standard Viking, one of four large platform supply vessels (PSVs) owned by Standard Drilling, has won a one-year firm TC contract with an unnamed “oil major” at levels..readmore

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DOF Subsea scores multiple contracts in Atlantic region

Posted On: 23-12-2020

Oslo-listed engineering and marine services player DOF Subsea has been awarded multiple new contracts for execution in the North Sea, Mediterranean and Africa. Contracted work includes a number of turnkey subsea projects within the company’s core service lines – Survey, Inspection, Maintenance & Repair (IMR) and Construction. The vessels Skandi Acergy, Skandi Skansen, Skandi Neptune and Skandi..readmore

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Windcat Workboats changing hands

Posted On: 22-12-2020

SEACOR Marine has entered into an agreement with Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB) to sell its wholly-owned subsidiary Windcat Workboats and its crew transfer vessel (CTV) business. As consideration for the sale, at the closing of the transaction, CMB will pay SEACOR Marine £32.8 million, and assume the circa £20.4 million of debt outstanding under Windcat’s existing revolving credit facility. Th..readmore

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Vantage jack-up scores new job off E. Guinea

Posted On: 22-12-2020

Offshore drilling contractor Vantage Drilling has been awarded a contract for one of its jack-up drilling rigs by Trident Energy. In its fleet status report this week, Vantage said that the Sapphire Driller has been awarded two firm wells with Trident Energy in Equatorial Guinea. The Sapphire Driller is a jack-up rig of a BMC 375 design built in 2009. The contract with Trident also includes five..readmore

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Shearwater GeoServices signs $437M debt refinancing

Posted On: 21-12-2020

Shearwater GeoServices has signed new debt and guarantee facilities totalling $437 million, as part of the planned refinancing of the company’s maturing debt. The new facilities include the refinancing of the $325 million bridge facility originating from the acquisition of the marine seismic acquisition assets and operations of WesternGeco in November 2018. Andreas Hveding Aubert, the CFO of She..readmore

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Grieg and Wärtsilä to build green ammonia tanker

Posted On: 21-12-2020

Grieg Edge, an innovation hub established by Grieg Star Group, and Wärtsilä Norway have secured financial support for their project to build the world’s first green ammonia fueled tanker – to ship green ammonia. Specifically, the MS Green Ammonia project will receive NOK 46.3 million from the Norwegian funding scheme Pilot-E confirmed. The partnership aims to launch the GHG emission-free tan..readmore

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CSL cuts steel for ASKO’s two autonomous, electric ferries

Posted On: 01-12-2020

The largest commercial shipbuilder in India Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) Kochi has hosted a plate cutting ceremony for two autonomous electric ferries being built for Norway-based ASKO Maritime AS. TorbjØrn Johannson, Chairman of the board for ASKO & ASKO MARITIME, cut the first steel plate for ship No.BY 146 through a video conference and Shri Suresh Babu N V, Director (Operations), CSL cut the..readmore

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World’s 1st zero-emission container vessel, Yara Birkeland, delivered

Posted On: 01-12-2020

The long-awaited zero-emission container vessel Yara Birkeland has been delivered to its owner Yara International, Norway-based shipbuilder Vard informed. Upon delivery, the vessel is scheduled to undergo testing for container loading and stability, before it sets sail to a port and test area in Horten for further preparations for autonomous operation. “We were tasked with building a vessel prep..readmore

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Norwegian marine minerals potential could be worth billions

Posted On: 27-11-2020

Marine minerals could create 21,000 jobs and a $20 billion market for Norway in the next decades, Rystad Energy report says. That is the most optimistic estimate in a new Rystad Energy report on excavation of offshore minerals on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS). “We are looking to provide minerals for the green transition by utilizing the technology and competence from the Norwegian oil an..readmore

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NOC spearheads subsea cables monitoring project

Posted On: 27-11-2020

The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) in the UK is leading a project to develop a system to improve the efficiency of offshore renewable energy generation and help develop the Blue Economy. The Submarine High-fidelity Active-monitoring of Renewable energy Cables (SHARC) has secured funding from Innovate UK’s Sustainable Innovation Fund. The SHARC project aims to improve the operational efficien..readmore

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US boosts 11 hydrokinetic projects with $35 million in research funds

Posted On: 26-11-2020

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded $35 million for 11 projects which seek to develop new economically competitive hydrokinetic turbine designs for tidal and riverine currents. The funding has been announced as part of Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy’s (ARPA-E) Submarine Hydrokinetic And Riverine Kilo-megawatt Systems (SHARKS) program. SHARKS projects address at least one of..readmore

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Tokyo Gas joins Chiba Offshore Wind joint venture

Posted On: 26-11-2020

Tokyo Gas has joined the offshore wind joint venture established by Northland Power and Shizen Energy in 2019 and will become a shareholder in the project company Chiba Offshore Wind (COW). COW is developing offshore wind projects off the Pacific Ocean coastline of Chiba Prefecture in Japan. Now, with Tokyo Gas on board, there is a combined team of more than 30 people including management and e..readmore

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KrisEnergy unit dodges winding-up petition after settlement with Rubicon

Posted On: 26-11-2020

Singapore’s independent oil and gas company KrisEnergy and floater provider Rubicon Offshore have settled a contractual dispute that saves KrisEnergy’s Thai subsidiary from being wound up. As part of the deal, KrisEnergy will enter into a new bareboat charter for the Rubicon Vantage floating storage and offloading (FSO) unit, which was at the centre of the dispute that dated back to October 20..readmore

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Olympic Commander deployed for inter-array cables O&M at Sandbank OWF

Posted On: 26-11-2020

The multi-purpose offshore vessel Olympic Commander has been contracted by JDR Cables to support a maintenance campaign at the Sandbank offshore wind farm in the German North Sea. Equipped with a 28-metre Safeway Seagull walk-to-work gangway system, the vessel has been deployed to carry out the transfer of people and goods at the offshore wind farm. Within the maintenance project, which started..readmore

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Stena Line takes delivery of newest E-Flexer in China

Posted On: 14-01-2022

Swedish ferry operator Stena Line has taken delivery of Stena Embla, the final of the company’s three new E-Flexer vessels destined for the Irish Sea. The delivery ceremony took place at the CMI Jinling Weihai Shipyard in China on 19 November. Stena Embla is the third of five next-generation roll-on/roll-off passenger (RoPax) vessels ordered from CMI Jingling by Stena Line and Stena RoRo. The la..readmore


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