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  • Oceaneering tildelt ROV-kontrakt med VNG Norge 24. september 2018
    Oceaneering har signert langsiktig rammeavtale med VNG Norge for ROV-tjenester. Rammeavtalen har en varighet på 4 år med 2 + 2 års opsjoner på forlengelse og dekker VNGs undersjøiske utviklingsprosjekter og leteboring, intervensjon og tjenester i forbindelse med kampanjer for nedstenging av brønner på norsk sokkel. Fjernstyring av ROV fra land ved bruk av Oceaneerings […]
  • Fortsetter på Mariner etter oppstart 24. september 2018
    Boligriggen Safe Boreas får mer jobb på Mariner-prosjektet. Equinor har nemlig forlenget avtalen med 8 måneder, fra november til juni neste år. Riggen hadde i utgangspunktet kontrakt frem til oktober i år, med opsjoner i tillegg. – Vi forlenger kontrakten på denne riggen fordi vi har en del aktiviteter som fortsetter etter oppstart. Det opplyser […]
  • 25 år med produksjon fra Brage 24. september 2018
    For 25 år siden ble det første fatet med olje produsert på Brage-plattformen. Wintershall har vært operatør av feltet siden 2013. – Da Wintershall tok over operatørskapet fra Equinor satte vi oss mål om å forlenge levetiden til feltet betydelig. Vårt team introduserte nye prosesser, optimaliserte arbeidsprosedyrer og fant mer effektive løsninger. Disse vil holde […]
  • Stena Don har gjort storfunn for Total i UK 24. september 2018
    Total melder om et stort gassfunn i Glendronach-prospektet vest for Shetland. Brønnen ble boret av den «norske» riggen Stena Don. Ifølge Total skal funnet være på 1 tcf (trillion cubic feet). Omregnet til oljeekvivalenter, tilsvarer dette rundt 170 millioner fat.  Nærhet til Edradour-feltet og infrastrukturen til Laggan-Tormore gjør at funnet kan bygges ut kjapt, ifølge […]
  • Kværner har 40.000 tonn oljeskrap på kaia og ein draum om å få Statfjord A tilbake 24. september 2018
    Tekst og foto: Thomas Førde Aldri før har Kværner si verksemd for opphogging og gjenvinning av utrangerte olje- og gassinstallasjonar hatt ei så velfylt ordrebok. Det er fullt på kaia med 40.000 tonn meir eller mindre rusta og tilårskomne prosessmodular, monumentale og begrodde stålunderstell og gulmalte høge tårn og søyler. Alt skal skjærast eller klippast sundt […]
  • Equinor booker Transocean Norge for seks brønner 21. september 2018
    Equinor har tildelt Transocean kontrakt for å bore seks brønner på norsk sokkel med riggen Transocean Norge. Oppstart er planlagt sommeren 2019. Riggen har også fått opsjon på å bore fire øvrige brønner, og er tiltenkt løpende opsjoner etter disse. Transocean har tidligere signert en rammeavtale med Equinor. Transocean Spitsbergen var selskapets første rigg som […]
  • – Vurderer salg av Aibel 21. september 2018
    Ifølge det internasjonale nyhetsbyrået Bloomberg, er investeringsbanken Morgan Stanley engasjert for å bistå med et planlagt salg av Aibel. Flere private equity-fond skal ha blitt presentert for investeringsmuligheten, ifølge nyhetsbyrået. Prislappen for Aibel, som har base i Haugesund og virksomhet i både Norge og Asia, skal være på rundt fire milliarder kroner. Johan H. Andresens […]
  • Fire brønner ga ingen opptur for Hanz 21. september 2018
    Aker BP har avsluttet boring av tre avgrensningsbrønner og en letebrønn ved Hanz-feltet. Brønnene er boret om lag 14 kilometer nord for Ivar Aasen-feltet i midtre del av Nordsjøen. Før brønnene ble boret, var operatørens ressursanslag for funnet på mellom 1,9 og 3,0 millioner Sm3 utvinnbar olje og mellom 0,3 og 0,4 milliarder Sm3 utvinnbar gass. Hensikten […]
  • Resato satser i Norge 21. september 2018
    Resato International B.V vokser og trenger flere ansatte i årene som kommer. Nå jakter det nederlandske selskapet flere norske kunder på OTD for å fortsette veksten. -Det norske markedet er viktig for oss. Etter noen tunge år, er positiviteten på vei tilbake i norsk olje- og gassindustri, sier Sander Vroling, salgsdirektør i Resato International. Høytrykks-doktor […]
  • Unngikk oljekrisen – nå sikter de mot gamle høyder 21. september 2018
    IT-leverandøren Amitec er på vei til å omsette for like mye som under de beste oljetidene i 2012 og 2013. Nye aktører på norsk sokkel og digitalisering er to av forklaringene. Dobler – På ett år har vi nå doblet antall ansatte og i august passerte vi 2017-omsetningen. Så det ser veldig positivt ut nå. […]

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  • Milliardkontrakt til Havyard 24. september 2018
    Leverer skipsdesign og omfattende norske utstyrspakker
  • Suksessfusjon for Optimar, Stette og Seaside 24. september 2018
    Milliardomsetning og ordrene strømmer på.
  • Vard Søviknes har fått nye ordrer 21. september 2018
    Her er den niende ordrelisten for 2018.
  • Horgefjord (09/2018) 20. september 2018
    Horgefjord ble 28. juni overlevert fra Tersan Shipyard i Tyrkia til Fjord1 ASA. Ferjen er designet av Multi Maritime AS, og har benevnelsen MM 102FE EL. Dette er verftets byggenummer 1076.
  • Emerald (09/2018) 20. september 2018
    I juli ble Emerald overlevert fra Lextor Marin AS til Feden AS, Fosnavåg. Fartøyet er verftets byggenummer 28.
  • Gyme (09/2018) 20. september 2018
    Gyme ble 15. juli overlevert fra Moen Marin AS til NCS AS, Silsand. Katamaranen er designet av Marin Design AS, med benevnelse NabCat 1498. Byggenummeret er 189.
  • Leo (09/2018) 20. september 2018
    Leo ble 30. juni overlevert fra Folla Maritime AS til Nærøysund Aquaservice AS, Rørvik. Fartøyet er av type Follawork 35, designet av Marin Design AS, og er verftets byggenummer 71.
  • Labridae (09/2018) 20. september 2018
    Labridae ble 15. august overlevert fra Skarsvåg Boats AS til Åkerblå AS, Frøya. Fartøyet har design av type Skarsvaag 1200 fra Innovation AS, og er verftets byggenummer 102.
  • Marjella (09/2018) 20. september 2018
    13. august ble Marjella overlevert fra Nor-Dan Marine AS til Helge Benonisen, Tomasjord. Båten er av type Nor-Dan Speedsjark 35, og har verftets byggenummer 99.
  • Marselius (09/2018) 20. september 2018
    Marselius ble overlevert 6. juli fra ProZero AS til Emilsen Fisk AS, Rørvik. Båten er bygget av Tuco Yacht Værft ApS i Danmark, og har design av type ProZero 11m Crew Vessel.

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  • MAN Wins Propulsion System Order for Impressive Trawlers 20. september 2018
    Order for largest factory vessels in a generation includes main and auxiliary engines, and propellers. The post MAN Wins Propulsion System Order for Impressive Trawlers appeared first on Kystmagasinet.
  • Kontrakt-suksess for vaskerobot 19. september 2018
    – Serviceselskapet Yagan Chile har bestilt to Racemaster vaskeroboter fra det norske teknologiselskapet MPI (Multi Pump Innovation), som nå har solgt 30 tilsvarende systemer på mindre enn ni måneder. The post Kontrakt-suksess for vaskerobot appeared first on Kystmagasinet.
  • Vil ha flere unge fiskere 18. september 2018
    Unge fiskere over hele landet kan konkurrere om ti nye rekrutteringskvoter. The post Vil ha flere unge fiskere appeared first on Kystmagasinet.
  • PG-HydroFlow til avlusningslekter 17. september 2018
    PG Flow Solutions har blitt tildelt en kontrakt for å levere selskapets PG-HydroFlow fiskepumpeløsning til en avlusningslekter for laks som den nederlandske skipsbyggeren Neptune Marine skal bygge for Cermaq Canada. The post PG-HydroFlow til avlusningslekter appeared first on Kystmagasinet.
  • ABBs nye dynamiske posisjonerings-system baner vei for selvstyrte skip 6. september 2018
    Under Hamburg maritime messe, SMM, viste ABB frem neste generasjons dynamiske posisjoneringssystem (DP). Systemet er basert på ABB Ability, og skal bidra til en tryggere og mer effektiv skipsfart. The post ABBs nye dynamiske posisjonerings-system baner vei for selvstyrte skip appeared first on Kystmagasinet.
  • Viste fram naturlig ressursrente 6. september 2018
    Hvorfor lage en papirmølle rundt ressursrente når fiskeflåten allerede betaler og deler verdiene med lokalsamfunnet? The post Viste fram naturlig ressursrente appeared first on Kystmagasinet.
  • Rolls-Royce lanserer ny gassmotor – Bergen B36:45 5. september 2018
    Rolls-Royce lanserte i dag sin nyeste skipsmotor i en serie motorer drevet av flytende naturgass (LNG). Det skjedde på verden største maritime messe, SMM i Hamburg. The post Rolls-Royce lanserer ny gassmotor – Bergen B36:45 appeared first on Kystmagasinet.
  • Historisk august-måned: 100.000 tonn laks eksportert 5. september 2018
    Norge har eksportert 178 000 tonn sjømat for totalt 8 milliarder kroner i august. Volumet var på samme nivå som august 2017, mens eksportverdien økte med 463 millioner kroner eller 6 prosent, sammenlignet med august i fjor. Hittil i år har Norge eksportert 1,8 millioner tonn sjømat til en verdi av 63 milliarder kroner. Eksportvolumet […]
  • Auksjon av laksetillatelser 3. september 2018
    Siste rest av nye laksetillatelser legges nå ut for salg. The post Auksjon av laksetillatelser appeared first on Kystmagasinet.
  • Verdens første fullt elektriske arbeidsbåt 3. september 2018
    Astrid Helene er en av vedens første fullt elektriske fiskebåter, den er designet og bygget av Grovfjord Mekaniske Verksted som miljøvennlig arbeidsbåt for fiskefarmer. På denne båten finner du ingen motorstøy, ingen dieselgasser, det er nullutslipp og meget god manøvrbarhet. The post Verdens første fullt elektriske arbeidsbåt appeared first on Kystmagasinet.

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  • Slåss for oppdrett i verdensarvområdet 24. september 2018
    Fylkesrådsleder Tomas Norvoll og Vega-ordfører Andre Møller krever møte med to ministre for å få på plass et oppdrettsanlegg i verdensarvområdet.
  • På økosystemtokt med G.O. Sars 24. september 2018
    Norske havforskere har siden 2004 samarbeidet med russiske kolleger om det årlige økosystemtoktet i Barentshavet.
  • Unggutter satser på fiskeryrket 21. september 2018
    Vadsø har fått to nye fartøy i høst. Det er to unge vadsøværinger som nå er blitt fartøyredere. Mens Mats Lamo (22) i februar gikk til innkjøp av den 35 fot store «Blåmann», la Tor Einar Bietilæ (17) sin 34 fot store «Morild» til flytekaia i forrige uke.
  • Endring av sildekvoter i EU-sonen 21. september 2018
    Fiskeridirektøren med melding.
  • Stopp i seinotfisket 21. september 2018
    Fiskeridirektøren med melding.
  • Svømmer videre med satellittmerke 21. september 2018
    En makrellstørje på 235 centimeter ble merket og satt fri i god kondisjon. Nesten to uker senere tyder data fra senderen på at fisken er i live og at merkingen gikk etter planen.
  • Lite hopp opp for torsken 21. september 2018
    Her er de dynamiske minsteprisene på torsk og sei fra og med 24. september:
  • Masseslakting på grunn av lusa 21. september 2018
    Utberedelsen av lakselus har tatt seg kraftig opp i Sør-Troms.
  • Prosjekter med vidt spenn 21. september 2018
    FHF har lagt ut en ny oversikt over avsluttede prosjekter med en mengde nyttig informasjon og kunnskap for næringen.
  • Sandberg etablerte selskap 21. september 2018
    Skal tilby tjenester for sjømatnæringen.

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  • ASV Global Becomes Part of L3 Technologies 24. september 2018
    New York-based L3 Technologies has acquired unmanned surface vessel (USV) and autonomous vessel control systems company ASV Global. This acquisition should enhanced L3’s unmanned maritime... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • CWind Provides Cable Repair Services for Vattenfall 24. september 2018
    CWind has secured a five-year cable repair framework agreement with Vattenfall, covering their European assets. The framework, which covers cable repair, fault-finding and diving operations, is... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Prysmian Wraps Up Wikinger Subsea Cable Project 24. september 2018
    Prysmian Group has completed commissioning of the inter-array cable system for the Wikinger offshore wind farm, located within the West of Adlergrund cluster in the German Baltic Sea. Prysmian... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Petrolis Gets Kaombo Sul FPSO Mooring and Hook-Up Job 24. september 2018
    Saipem has hired Petrolis for the provision of mooring and hook-up services on the Kaombo Sul (South) FPSO, located in Block 32 around 260 kilometers off the coast of Luanda, Angola. The contract... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • SeaBird to Mobilize Two Vessels for Americas OBN Survey 24. september 2018
    SeaBird Exploration said it has recently received a letter of intent from a repeat client to provide two source vessels for an OBN seismic survey in the Americas region. The ocean bottom node survey... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • EMODnet Introduces Digital Terrain Model for European Seas 24. september 2018
    EMODnet, an initiative of the European Commission, has launched a high-resolution, 3D underwater terrain model for the European Seas. The model is said to be a significant upgrade of the “bathymetry... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Archer Names New Board Members 24. september 2018
    Archer has elected Kjell-Erik Østdahl as chairman of the board and James O’Shaughnessy as a new board member in the company to fill a vacancy on the board. Kjell-Erik Østdahl has had a tenure... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • DEME Rolls Out New Nodule Collector 24. september 2018
    Global Sea Mineral Resources (GSR), DEME’s subsidiary specialised in deep sea harvesting, has unveiled the nodule collector ‘Patania II’. The pre-protoype is the successor of the tracked soil testing... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Tendeka Welcomes New Technology Director 24. september 2018
    Completions service company Tendeka has appointed Davor Saric as its new technology director to help deliver the company’s next generation of disruptive technologies. Saric joins Tendeka having been... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Highlights of the Week 22. september 2018
    Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (September 17 – September 23). DeepOcean Launches Offshore Services Base at Port of Blyth Hydra... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

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  • Sapura Energy awarded $197m worth of contracts 25. september 2018
    Malaysian offshore service provider Sapura Energy have been awarded a series of new contracts with total value of RM815m ($197m) in total. Sapura Fabrication has secured a contract from ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Malaysia for the provision of Pan Malaysia maintenance, construction and modification works. The duration of the primary contract will be for a […]
  • FSL Trust drops legal action against former CEO Alan Hatton 24. september 2018
    Singapore shipping trust FSL Trust has dropped legal action taken last year against former chief executive officer Alan Hatton. Hatton, who subsequently commenced a counterclaim, quit his role spectacularly in February 2017 following the high profile departures of Esben Poulsson and Simon Davidson from the board. FSL says that both the claim against Hatton and […]
  • Turkish Petroleum awards Rowan two-well contract for jackup 24. september 2018
    Rowan Companies has been awarded a contract for operations in the Mediterranean Sea by Turkish Petroleum for 2011-built jackup rig . The two-well contract commences late 2018 and is expected to take around 100-140 days. The rig is currently warm stacked in the United Kingdom sector of the North Sea.
  • Equinor extends Prosafe accomodation vessel deal 24. september 2018
    Cyprus-based offshore accommodation vessel operator Prosafe has sealed an extension from Equinor for . The vessel, being used at the Mariner project in the UK sector of the North Sea, has been extended by eight months through to June 2019. Equinor also has up to six months of options available. Jesper Kragh Andresen, CEO of […]
  • Klaveness Combination Carriers raises $45m for newbuilds 24. september 2018
    Klaveness Combination Carriers has raised $45m via a private placement, funds which will be used to partly finance two vessels under construction at China’s Jiangsu New Yangzi. Major shareholder Klaveness Ship Holding invested $3.6m in the private placement, taking its ownership of the company to 63%. Lasse Kristoffersen, chairman of KCC and CEO of Torvald […]
  • Carsten Mortensen resigns as BW Group CEO 24. september 2018
    BW today announced that group CEO Carsten Mortensen has resigned for personal reasons after three years in the job and flitting back and forth between Singapore and his home nation of Denmark. Andreas Sohmen-Pao, BW group chairman, commented: “Carsten and I have had a great partnership working closely together to grow the company, but the […]
  • SM Line to buy into Vinalines 24. september 2018
    SM Line, the new container player from South Korea, is in discussions to buy a 5% or 6% stake in Vietnam’s top shipping line, state-backed Vinalines. Vinalines’s latest IPO effort proved a failure at the start of the month and it is now setting about reworking how to sell its shares. SM and Vinalines recently […]
  • Maersk boxship docks in Bremerhaven, completing Arctic voyage 24. september 2018
    On Saturday the docked at Bremerhaven, completing the first voyage by a containership across the Northern Sea Route. The 3,600 teu newbuild departed the port of Vladivostok on August 23, using ultra-low sulphur fuel for this trial voyage. For Maersk, the trip was an exploratory one, looking to pick up scientific data to see whether […]
  • Motia restructures with new investor waiting in the wings 24. september 2018
    Mestre-based Motia Compagnia di Navigazione has officially requested the local coast guard to reflag its fleet of seven tankers from the Italian flag to the Marshall Islands as part of a restructuring. The managing director of Motia, Claudio Baccichetti, told Splash: “The current challenging market for liquid bulk cargo in shipping obliged the company to […]
  • BP sells eight aframaxes to Union Maritime 24. september 2018
    BP’s dramatic pruning of its older ships continues apace with brokers reporting an en bloc deal for eight aframaxes. Subject to financing, the UK’s Union Maritime is tipped as the buyer of the British Gannet, British Mallard, British Cormorant, British Cygnet, British Robin, British Eagle, British Kestrel and British Falcon. The ships – all built […]

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  • 400-Year-Old Shipwreck ‘Discovery of Decade’ for Portugal 24. september 2018
    By Catarina Demony CASCAIS, Portugal, Sept 24 (Reuters) – Archaeologists searching Portugal’s coast have found a 400-year-old shipwreck believed to have sunk near Lisbon after returning from India laden with spices, specialists said on Monday. “From a heritage perspective, this is the discovery of the decade,” project director Jorge Freire said. “In Portugal, this is […]
  • Deepwater Oil Rigs on Brink of Recovery After Years in Doldrums 24. september 2018
    By David Wethe (Bloomberg) — Deep-sea oil drillers are once again riding the wave of investor enthusiasm that next year will be better for profits. But this time there seems to be a bigger chance it will actually happen, according to analysts at Credit Suisse Group AG and Morgan Stanley. Some of the world’s biggest owners of […]
  • Interview: Poul Woodall, Director of Environment & Sustainability at DFDS, Talks Emissions, Environmental Regulations and LNG 24. september 2018
    Interview by Paul González-Morgan (Marine Strategy) – Poul Woodall is Director, Environment & Sustainability at DFDS A/S, with over 40 years of international shipping experience, Ro-Ro and passenger segments. Poul specialises in environmental compliance, ensuring the conformity with the changing laws and regulations, with a focus on meeting and exceeding industry standards for DFDS. Please talk […]
  • Damen Floats Australian Icebreaker ‘Nuyina’ 24. september 2018
    Dutch shipbuilding group Damen has announced the successful float-out of the Antarctic Supply Research Vessel (ASRV) RSV Nuyina currently under construction at Damen Shipyards Galati in Romania. The float-out took place over the weekend as the water levels in the yard’s dry dock holding the newbuild were raised by six meters; a process taking two […]
  • Suspicious Shippers Urge Maersk to Rethink New Fuel Surcharge Plan 24. september 2018
    By Alex Lennane (The Loadstar) – Shippers have joined forwarders in condemning Maersk’s plan for new fuel surcharges to help recover the additional costs of low-sulphur marine fuel, to be introduced in January. The new charges, on top of existing contract rates, are triggered on the average cost of fuel and a ‘trade factor’ that […]
  • Mortensen Resigns as CEO of BW Group 24. september 2018
    Singapore-headquartered BW Group announced Monday that CEO Carsten Mortensen has resigned after three years on the job. The company said Mortensen was resigning for personal reasons. The resignation is effectively immediately. BW Group Chairman, Andreas Sohmen-Pao, commented: “Carsten and I have had a great partnership working closely together to grow the company, but the non-stop […]
  • CMA CGM Says Global Sulphur Cap to Cost Customers $160 Per Container on Average 24. september 2018
    French shipping giant CMA CGM on Monday said the 2020 global sulphur cap regulation will cost an estimated $160 per twenty-foot container or equivalent unit (TEU) to be paid by its customers in the form of a fuel surcharge. CMA CGM, the world’s fourth-largest container shipping line by overall TEU volume, is the latest of […]
  • Indian Sailor Rescued from Yacht Stranded Off Australian Coast 24. september 2018
    SYDNEY, Sept 24 (Reuters) – An Indian sailor injured in a solo round-the-world race has been rescued, the Indian Navy said on Monday, after Australian authorities said a French ship was nearing his storm-damaged yacht off Australia’s west coast. The sailor, Abhilash Tomy, called for emergency assistance on Saturday after the yacht was badly damaged […]
  • Panama Revokes Registration of Last Migrant Rescue Ship in Central Mediterranean 24. september 2018
    MILAN, Sept 23 (Reuters) – The Panama Maritime Authority has revoked the registration of search and rescue ship Aquarius 2 in a move that means there will be no charity rescue ships off the Libyan coast in the near future unless the vessel can find a new flag to sail under. Aquarius 2, the one […]
  • Ship Managers Detained as Capsized Tanzanian Ferry Death Toll Reaches 224 23. september 2018
    DAR ES SALAAM, Sept 23 (Reuters) – Tanzanian authorities said on Sunday the number of people who died in a ferry that capsized in Lake Victoria had risen to 224 and the vessel’s managers had been detained for questioning. The ferry, MV Nyerere, sank on Thursday evening just a few metres from the dock on […]

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  • CompactClean BWMS Receives IMO Type Approval 24. september 2018
    DESMI Ocean Guard A/S has announced that the CompactClean Ballast Water Management System (BWMS) has received International Maritime Organization (IMO) Type Approval according to the revised IMO BWMS code.This approval means that the CompactClean…
  • YANMAR America’s Commercial Marine Division Adds Three Repower Centers 24. september 2018
    YANMAR America’s Commercial Marine Division has announce the addition of three new Repower Centers to its distribution network: Kennedy Engine in Biloxi, Mississippi; Sun Power Diesel in Dania Beach, FL and Todomar in Colombia.“YANMAR is looking…
  • NC Ports Open for Business in the Choppy Wake of Florence 24. september 2018
    North Carolina Ports’ terminals in Wilmington and Morehead City resumed full commercial truck operations on Monday following Hurricane Florence which forced the terminals to close on Thursday, September 13.Both the Ports of Wilmington and Morehead…
  • Royal IHC to Build Four New Vessels for DEME 24. september 2018
    The Netherlands based Royal IHC said it has secured a contract from Belgium-based DEME for the design and build of four new vessels.The order consists of a copy of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered 8,400m3 trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) Scheldt River delivered in 2017…
  • Fouling Control on Workboats 24. september 2018
    As the domestic offshore energy industry stirs ever so lightly, the task of reactivating long-dormant vessels – some with extensive hull fouling – will become Job ONE. That’s easier said than done.Care and Preservation of Ship Hulls: Workboats vs.
  • CMA CGM Estimates Low-sulphur Rule Will Cost $160 Per Container 24. september 2018
    Container shipping group CMA CGM said it estimates the cost for it to comply with a new global low-sulphur shipping fuel regulation at around $160 per TEU, or standard container, at current conditions.In a statement on Monday, the French firm…
  • Ampelmann Wins Five North Sea Contracts 24. september 2018
    Offshore access solutions provider Ampelmann said it has won five new contracts for its Walk to Work (W2W) solutions in the offshore wind market over the course of September. These projects will see two A-type and three E-type systems installed…
  • Two New Workboats for Dutch Dredging 24. september 2018
    Dredging contractor Dutch Dredging welcomed two new vessels to its fleet last week during a naming ceremony in Cayenne, French Guiana.The new vessels, Papillon and Fregate, were delivered to Boer Remorquage SARL, a joint venture involving Dutch Dredging and Iskes Towage & Salvage.
  • China Navy Ship Makes Maiden Visit to Venezuela 24. september 2018
    A Chinese naval ship has traveled to Venezuela for the first time, following a visit by President Nicolas Maduro to Beijing this month, where he had been looking to gain China's support for the Latin American nation's struggling economy.The naval medical ship…
  • Tanzania Ferry Death Toll Rises to 224, Ship's Managers Detained 24. september 2018
    Tanzanian authorities said on Sunday the number of people who died in a ferry that capsized in Lake Victoria had risen to 224 and the vessel's managers had been detained for questioning.The ferry, MV Nyerere, sank on Thursday evening just a few meters from the dock on Ukerewe…

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  • Breakaway bulk carrier contacted berthed bulk carrier, Brake 24. september 2018
    Bulk carrier STAR GRIP broke off her moorings at Brake, Weser river, Germany, around midday Sep 24, affected by strong current and wind. The ship contacted berthed bulk carrier S BRONCO (IMO 9311050) and drifted into river fairway, where she was taken under control thanks to crew alertness. Crew managed to start engine and hold […]
  • Disabled Dutch freighter on tow, English Canal 24. september 2018
    General cargo ship ARKLOW RESOLVE went NUC after mechanical failure at around 2300 UTC Sep 23 in English Canal south of Plymouth, while en route from Sweden to Spain. Was taken on tow by tug MTS INDUS at around 0800 UTC Sep 24, to be towed to Fowey, ETA Sep 25. at 1530 UTC caravan […]
  • Northern Kuril Islands cut off mainland after ferry collision, Russia 24. september 2018
    Passenger ship GIPANIS, which is connecting Petropavlovsk Kamchatka with Severo-Kurilsk port, Paramushir island, northern Kuril Archipelago, collided with pier while berthing at Severo-Kurilsk on Sep 23. Bow stern was breached, hole was temporarily patched up, the ship sailed to Petropavlovsk Kamchatka for repairs same day, without passengers. Passengers bound for Petropavlovsk were left behind, with […]
  • ​ GAZPROM bunker tanker aground, Black sea 23. september 2018
    Bunker tanker GAZPROMNEFT ZUID-WEST ran aground at around 2000 UTC Sep 22 on a coast southeast of Novorossiysk, Russia, Black sea, while en route from Novorossiysk to Tuapse. According to track, tanker should hard aground – she headed straight for coast at full speed, most probably because of bridge watch failure. . IMRRA, FleetMon’s official […]
  • Swiss bulk carrier attacked, 12 crew hijacked, Nigeria Update 22. september 2018
    Sep 24 Update: Twelve crew members of a Swiss merchant vessel kidnapped by pirates off the coast of Nigeria are from the Philippines, Slovenia, Ukraine, Romania, Croatia and Bosnia. Swiss bulk carrier GLARUS was attacked at around 0500 UTC Sep 22 in position 03 45N 006 43E, some 48 nm south of Bonny, Bight of […]
  • Tunisia hits Maersk defending small ones 22. september 2018
    Maersk Line confirmed detention of one of its’ ships, ALEXANDER MAERSK, at Sfax, Tunisia, on Sep 10: “This is related to different claims cases which we are looking into and have informed our insurance company about. We cooperate with all relevant authorities to resolve the matter as quickly as possible,” said Maersk. According to Tunisian […]
  • Freighter bound for Turkey ran aground, Azov sea 22. september 2018
    General cargo ship SORMOVSKIY 48 is aground since around 0500 Moscow time Sep 21 on Azov – Don Sea Channel west of Don river estuary, Azov sea. The ship loaded with 3202 tons of wheat is en route from Azov port to Samsun, Turkey. MRCC Moscow reported grounding only today Sep 22, adding that a […]
  • Freighter bound for Iran interrupted voyage after grounding, Volga 22. september 2018
    General cargo ship OMSKIY-207 ran aground on Sep 20 on 2827 kilometer mark, river Volga, while proceeding downstream en route from Kamyshin port, Volga, to Iran, with 2999 tons of grain on board. The ship was refloated same day or on Sep 21, resumed moving, but after passing Astrakhan was turned back and brought to […]
  • Coaster aground, crew airlifted to safety, Norway 22. september 2018
    General cargo ship OSFJORD ran aground in Linesoya waters, north of Trondheim, Norway, while sailing in southern direction from Brønnøysund to Kristiansund. Early in the morning Sep 22, in rough weather conditions. SAR boat couldn’t approach grounded ship, so helicopter was deployed and ship’s 4 crew were airlifted to safety. The ship remains aground. Understood […]
  • Tug with barge aground, Great Lakes 22. september 2018
    Pusher tug DEFIANCE pushing 220-meter barge ASHTABULA, ran aground at around 1850 UTC Sep 21 in Mackinac Strait between Mackinac and Round islands, which is connecting Great Lakes Huron and Michigan, said Great Lakes and Seaway Shipping News. Tug ran aground in stormy weather conditions, with wind gusting to 64 mph, added the edition. Tug […]

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  • Confidence slips marginally on geopolitical factors 24. september 2018
    Shipping confidence dipped very slightly in the three months to end-August 2018, according to our latest Confidence Survey. The average confidence level expressed by respondents was down to 6.3 out of a maximum possible score of 10.0, this compared to the four-year-high of 6.4 recorded in May 2018. Confidence on the part of owners, however, […]
  • Germany’s Commercial Shipping Fleet Shrinks by a Third 24. september 2018
    Germany, one of the world’s main maritime players, saw its commercial fleet shrink by a third over the past six years, becoming the biggest loser in a vicious industry slump that has reshaped global shipping. Once the world’s predominant shipping lenders, most German banks have abandoned ship finance as they’ve written off tens of billions […]
  • CMA CGM estimates low-sulphur rule will cost $160 per container 24. september 2018
    The new International Maritime Organization (IMO) Low Sulphur Regulation will be effective from 1 January 2020 and will require all shipping companies to reduce their Sulphur emissions by 85%. This new regulation aims to reduce the environmental impact of the industry and significantly improve air quality, an initiative in which the CMA CGM Group has […]
  • IMO 2020 to cause one-off oil demand surge before market adjusts: OPEC 24. september 2018
    Tighter global shipping pollution regulations from 2020 will lead to a temporary surge in oil demand while denting the oil revenues of producers of heavy or high sulfur crudes, OPEC said in its annual long-term oil forecast Sunday. The International Maritime Organization’s global marine fuels sulfur cap of 0.5% in 2020 will produce a one-off […]
  • Klaveness Combination Carriers AS announces completion of USD 45.0 million private placement 24. september 2018
    Klaveness Combination Carriers AS (“KCC” or the “Company”), the leading owner and operator of modern combination carriers, announces the successful closing of the private placement of common shares as announced on 10 September 2018. The Company will issue 8,241,750 common shares at a subscription price of USD 5.46 per share for aggregate gross proceeds of […]
  • Europe has capacity to recycle its ships, new data shows – yet shipowners want to use dangerous, polluting yards abroad 24. september 2018
    Ship recycling yards approved by the EU will have enough capacity to handle demand from EU-flagged ships that need to be scrapped, a new analysis shows. The shipping industry wants low-cost ship ‘breaking’ yards outside the EU – with dangerous working conditions and poor environmental standards – to be added to the EU list of […]
  • Fujairah bunker premium drops from record high, but may find support at current level 24. september 2018
    Bunker fuel premiums in Fujairah dropped last week after hitting a record high mid-September as supply tightness had eased a little, however, current levels were still high compared to the first half of the year, S&P Global Platts data showed. Some market sources expect the premiums to hover around current levels in the near term, […]
  • Prevention at Sea Signs Two MOUs 24. september 2018
    Lloyd’s Register certified marine risk assessor and maritime software developer, Prevention at Sea, has recently signed two Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs). The first one has been signed with SQLearn, a leading e-Learning company that provides technological training solutions, and the two companies will collaborate on the development of eLearning training programmes using their combined knowledge […]
  • ICS Announces New Edition of Best Practice Safety Guide for Gas Carrier Operators 24. september 2018
    The global trade association for ship operators, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), has announced that it will soon be publishing a new edition of the ICS Tanker Safety Guide (Liquefied Gas). The ‘ICS Gas Guide’ is the definitive industry best practice guidance for gas carrier operators, and is a carriage requirement under the national […]
  • New apprentice category for freight awards 24. september 2018
    The British International Freight Association – www.bifa.org – is to add a new Apprentice of the Year in Logistics category to its annual Freight Service Awards competition. The new award is sponsored by Outsource Training and Development, a leading provider of innovative training, education and recruitment, and will recognise apprentices who are making a significant […]

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