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Ichthys LNG

The giant Ichthys LNG project is operated by Japanese based INPEX. It is the company’s largest project to date, with a total investment of around US$34 billion. The development consists of the ‘Central Processing Facility’ (CPF), the main offshore semisubmersible platform; a floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel; an onshore processing facility; and a… Read More ›

Polar Cruise Ships To Feature Rolls-Royce Green Tech

Norwegian explorer cruise line Hurtigruten is to build two new expedition ships using a new and environmentally sustainable hybrid… Source: Polar Cruise Ships To Feature Rolls-Royce Green Tech

Maersk Supply Service sheds two more offshore vessels | Offshore Energy Today

Source: Maersk Supply Service sheds two more offshore vessels | Offshore Energy Today

Ballast Water Convention To Enter Into Force In 2017

Finland has acceded to the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships’ Ballast Water and Sediments (BWM Convention)… Source: Ballast Water Convention To Enter Into Force In 2017

Maersk linked with taking over both Hanjin and HMM – Splash 247

Maersk Line, fresh from announcing plans to seek acquisitions rather than build new ships, is being linked as the white knight to swallow up South Korea’s two struggling leading liners, Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) and Hanjin Shipping. In an interview with Bloomberg David Kerstens, Jefferies’s transport analyst in London, commenting on acquisition targets for Maersk,… Read More ›

Global Slowness of Shipbuilding: About Half of Shipyards are Now Out of Operation Worldwide | BusinessKorea

It has been found that a total of 402 shipyards are currently in operation across the world, which is equivalent to 57% of the number recorded during the heyday of the global shipbuilding industry in 2009. Being in operation mentioned here means that each of the shipyards has at least one ship in its order… Read More ›

At $500 Million a Pop, Stacking Drillships is a Gamble That Has No Precedent – gCaptain

By David Wethe (Bloomberg) — In a far corner of the Caribbean Sea, one of those … Source: At $500 Million a Pop, Stacking Drillships is a Gamble That Has No Precedent – gCaptain

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