Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference (OEEC)

Offshore Energy 2018

The leading event for the oil & gas, marine energy and offshore wind industry.

2020 Bulkers Welcomes Second Newbuild


2020 Bulkers accepts delivery of the second 208,000 dwt Newcastlemax newbuild.

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ABB: Incheon Port to Cut Ship Emissions with Shore Power

Incheon Port

ABB secures a contract to install a shore-to-ship solution at the South Korean Port of Incheon.

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NYK Agrees 25-Year Coal Shipping Contract in Vietnam

Coal carrier Pirika Mosiri Maru

NYK would transport coal from Australia and Indonesia to a new coal-fired power project in Vietnam from 2023.

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ABS, AEC Working Together on New Ultra Large Ethane Ships

ABS and AEC joint efforts

ABS is supporting the development of a fleet of 150,000 m³ ULECs, one of the biggest ethane carriers to be ordered.

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Frontline Drops Options for Four More Trafigura Tankers


Frontline elected not to exercise the first option. As a result, the second Suezmax duo option was terminated.

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Jiangnan Shipyard Granted AIP for Two Gas Carrier Designs

Jiangnan Shipyard, ABS Approval in Principle

The Approvals in Principle (AIP) were received for a 91,000 m3 VLGC and a 99,000 m3 VLEC.

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First Steel Cut for New Swedish-Finnish RoPax

Kvarken Link

Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) begins construction of a new RoPax for Kvarken Link.

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Shell, Qatar Petroleum Form Global LNG Bunkering JV

Shell Qatar Petroleum LNG Bunkering JV

The JV was formed to respond to an expected rise in demand for LNG bunkering.

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Smit Lamnalco Wins 10-Year FLNG Services Deal in Mozambique


The company is to provide integrated marine services to the first Mozambique FLNG terminal.

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H-Line, Vitol Pen Ten-Year Charter Deal for LNG Carrier

LNG Carrier (1)

H-Line and Vitol have entered into a ten-year time charter agreement for an LNG carrier newbuild.

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MSC: Third 23,000 TEU Boxship Named in Bremerhaven


Mediterranean Shipping Company has welcomed the 3rd vessel in the Gülsün class of 23,000 TEU+ ships, to its fleet. 

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UK Selects McLaughlin & Harvey for 2nd Phase of Liverpool2

Liverpool2 deepwater terminal

The company will deliver the next phase of development at the Liverpool2 deepwater container terminal.

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Maersk Tankers Looking to Buy AET's MR Tanker Fleet

Maersk AET tanker contract

Malaysian-based AET owns a fleet of seven chemical tankers.

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ABS, Samsung Heavy Sign JDP for Digital Tech Incorporation

SHI ABS JDP signing

The JDP concerns the use of digital tech to streamline designing, building, and classing of assets.

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IMI Inks Newbuild VLCC Contract with Bahri, HHI


International Maritime Industries signs a VLCC order with Bahri and HHI.

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Shandong Shipping Orders 12 Tankers, Bulkers in China

Shandong Shipping's Shandong Ding Sheng

The state-owned company ordered eight 50,000 dwt MR tankers and four 82,000 dwt Kamsarmax bulkers.

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ABS, HHI Partner Up on D&D Concepts to Advance Ship Designs


ABS, HHI and HGS agree on a framework for the exchange of D&D concepts to apply to present and future ship designs.

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DryShips: Scrubbers, BWTSs Installed Onboard 7 Vessels


DryShips completes the dry-docking and installation of BWTSs and scrubbers on seven of its vessels.

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MOL Wraps Up LNG Bunkering Trial in Port of Kobe

LNG fuel bunkering with tugboat Ishin

The trial on the LNG-fueled tugboat Ishin represents the first LNG bunkering operation in the Port of Kobe.

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Samsung Heavy, ABS Team Up on Next-Generation LNG Carrier

Cooperation deal on LNG carrier development

The carrier will incorporate smart-ship technologies and advanced air lubrication system for improved efficiency.

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Pacific Basin to Pay USD 74 Mn for Bulker Quartet

Pacific Basin bulker

The secondhand purchase would be 33% funded by new Pacific Basin shares to be issued to the ships’ sellers.

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DSME Gets AiP for World’s Largest Ethane/Ethylene Carrier

DSME receiving Approval in Principle

The 165,000 cbm jumbo ethane/ethylene carriers would have IMO Type B cargo tanks made of Hi-MN steel.

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LNG Is the Most Commercially Viable Alternative Marine Fuel


LNG is the most mature, scalable, and commercially viable alternative fuel currently available for the maritime industry.

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Essar Ports: Green Ports Are the Future of the Industry

Hazira Port

The company took numerous steps and has invested in reduction of the carbon footprint at its four terminals.

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MPC Capital, Zeaborn Form New JV to Manage Over 160 Boxships


MPC Capital, Zeaborn are merging activities in chartering and commercial management of more than 160 containerships.

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IUMI: Marine Cargo Premiums Inadequate to Cover Losses


The marine cargo market is in a state of 'accelerating change', according to IUMI.

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Ernst Russ Expands in Shipping Segment, Reports H1 Loss

Ernst Russ

Despite posting first-half losses, Ernst Russ closed H1 2019 with a significant expansion in the shipping segment.

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