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GasLog orders LNG carrier pair for new Cheniere deal - Monaco-headquartered LNG vessel owner GasLog has signed two new seven-year charter agreements with Cheniere Energy. To fulfil the charters GasLog has ordered a pair of 174,000 cu m LNG carriers at South Korea’s Samsung Heavy Industries. The vessels are scheduled for delivery in late 2020, and will then go onto charter with Cheniere at a […]
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Subsea 7 awarded offshore contract - Norwegian subsea services provider Subsea 7 has secured a major offshore conventional contract. Offshore works is scheduled for 2019 and 2020 and the total value of the contract is between $150m and $300m. The company didn’t disclose any further details due to contractual obligations. Earlier this month, Subsea 7 also secured a offshore engineering contract […]
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Maersk makes Rotterdam central to its sulphur cap strategy - Maersk has opted to make Rotterdam a central part of its fuel plans once the global sulphur cap kicks in on January 1, 2020. A.P. Moller – Maersk and Royal Vopak, a tank storage operator, have agreed to launch a 0.5 % sulphur fuel bunkering facility in Rotterdam. This first joint initiative which will cater […]
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Freight platform ShipNext seeks investments from the world’s largest lines - ShipNext, a freight platform linking ships with cargo, has given an update on take-up for the product as well as taking a swipe at established rivals. The company has also revealed to Splash that it is in talks with the world’s top 25 shipping lines to get them to buy into the site, offering somewhere […]
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AET orders shuttle tanker for Shell charter - AET, the tanker unit of Malaysia’s MISC Group, has officially reached an agreement with Shell for the time charter of a newbuild shuttle tanker in Brazil. The 152,700 dwt tanker, which will be compliant to IMO NOx Tier 3 requirements, is expected to be delivered by a South Korean shipyard in the fourth quarter of […]
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Crewing demographic timebomb laid bare - When you read and hear about life at sea, can you help but wonder where the future of our industry is headed? The themes and anecdotes are predominantly negative: seafarers’ welfare must be improved, seafarers are not getting enough rest, seafarers need more access to social media, criminalisation of seafarers is becoming commonplace, the capability […]
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Combi Lift repositions its market offering - German heavylift expert Combi Lift is repositioning its market offering, keen to take on more high end, challenging projects as well as bringing in new managment. The new Combi Lift team is headed by Heiko Felderhoff and Holger Hinrichs. Combi Lift is one of the brands now under the control of the fast growing Bremen-based […]
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Goldwin’s dry bulk exit delayed - A month ago the sale of two supramax vessels, the 53,000 dwt Amber Beverly (built 2011) and Amber Alena (built 2010), was widely reported with brokers putting an en bloc concluded price of $23m for the pair. Brokers told Splash at the time that there may be trouble with the sale which was part of […]
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Mitsubishi to acquire 25% stake in Bangladesh LNG terminal - Japan’s Mitsubishi Corporation has reached an agreement to acquire a 25% stake of the Summit Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal in Bangladesh. The remaining 75 percent stake of the terminal will remain with local conglomerate Summit Corporation. The latest agreement follows Mitsubishi and Summit signing a memorandum of understanding in March to jointly pursue an […]
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Richard Elman has change of heart on New Noble role - Richard Elman has decided not to take up the role of as executive director of New Noble, the entity being formed as part of the restructuring of Hong Kong-based commodity firm Noble Group. Noble announced today, just a week before shareholders meet to vote on the company’s restructuring plan, that Elman has decided that for […]
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