- must be knowledgeable and familiar to ship electrical installations
- good English knowledge
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(Bloomberg) The liquefied natural gas market may have a surplus of ships in 2014 and 2015 as new vessels join the fleet faster than production plants are completed, according to Hoegh LNG AS, owner of seven carriers. There are 78 ships on order, amounting to 21 percent of the existing fleet, the Hamilton, Bermuda-based Hoegh said in its quarterly report today. While annual world output of the fuel, known as liquefaction, will be 330 million metric tons in 2017, from 242 million tons in 2011, some of the new ships will arrive before production expands, it said. LNG projects from Angola to Algeria to Australia were delayed this year, constraining the supply of cargoes. Expanding output in Asia closer to the largest importing countries may reduce shipping demand by trimming transportation distances, according to RS Platou Economic Research. Rates for the vessels on short-term contracts will fall to $110,000 a day in 2013 from a record $150,000 this year, the average of as many as seven
Belgium's Jan de Nul Dredging has opted for a Netherland's No Limit Shipyards 1640 crewtender for various projects in European waters - it will be constructed in such a way that it can easily be converted into a survey vessel in future.
Jan de Nul Dredging already has two No Limit survey vessels and says it has been suitably impressed by No Limit’s reputation for sturdy and strong vessels capable of coping with all manner of sea conditions.
The new vessel will measure 16.4m in length with a width of 5.26m. It will be equipped with a Caterpillar C18 500 kilowatt engine.
It is derived from the No Limit 1640, which features a characteristic tube which helps to ensure comfort and safety for passengers.
No Limit is now working on the construction of a specially adapted 1640 survey vessel for a German company and the completion of five 22m tenders for the Dutch pilot services – the latter is a project in conjunction with Barkemeijer Shipyards in The Netherlands.
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With sizes of new build ships increasing every year, the list of the longest ships in the world keeps varying. As old ships get scrapped and new ones are added to the list each year, the shipping industry is seeing some of the best ships every made in the maritime world.Detailed below are ten of the world’s biggest ships for the year 2012. Kindly note the list is only based on the length of the ships. 1. E-Class Container Ships Under the ownership and operation of the shipping conglomerate Moller-Maersk, the E-Class container vessels are still the largest ships in the world in 2012 with each ship measuring almost 400 metres lengthwise and almost 60 metres width wise.Maersk has a fleet of eight such E-Class container vessels, each with a carrying capacitance of almost 15,000 TEUs (Twenty-foot Equivalent Units). Emma Maersk is the largest ship of the E-Class series. Maerk Line’s Triple-E Series, when launched in 2013, will become the largest ship in the world, taking the first positi
he point of discussion towards the end of college life and the dawn of professional life for a fresh deck cadet generally revolves around job placements, money matters, shipping companies and such.Lately, the state of affairs with regard to employment in the shipping industry has been bleak. Not just in India, but all over the world. Being at the supporting bottom rung of the supply-chain ladder, shipping has been hit right at the last, and that too really hard. However, like every other line of work, there are ups and downs and there’ll probably be an “up” in the near future. Nevertheless, with the large number of maritime training institutes having churned out a staggering number of deck cadets in the past few years, the resultant imbalance in the maritime job market has become massive. Read the 7 reasons Deck Cadets and Junior Engineers are not getting jobs.
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Hamburg/Germany– Ships and offshore units are specialist structures with high requirements for efficiency and availability throughout their entire life cycle. Many of the processes, from production all the way to operation, can now be supported by 3D models and computer graphics.
As with most developing technologies, this change brings up a number of questions. How can the actual dimensions of a compartment be measured efficiently in case of retrofit e.g. for ballast water treatment or ILO MLC? How can the location of a structural crack be reported to onshore colleagues? How can the design of a vessel be communicated for review by owner or class? These themes were reflected in the presentations and discussions at the GL Exchange Forum “3D Technology in Shipbuilding and Shipping” held last week.
50 representatives from the maritime industry, shipping companies, ship management agencies, shipyards, and stakeholders met at Germanischer Lloyd’s Head Office to discuss the potentia
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