Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference (OEEC)

Offshore Energy 2018

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

LNG Is the Most Commercially Viable Alternative Marine Fuel

shipping

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

Containership

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

fire

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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Sembcorp Marine’s Brazil Shipyard Completes Its 1st FPSO

FPSO P68-c

The FPSO left the shipyard on September 16 and will be deployed in Brazil’s Santos Basin.

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MPCC: 3 of 10 Boxships Complete Scrubber Retrofit

MPC Container Ships

MPC Container Ships completes scrubber retrofitting and commissioning for the first three of its vessels.

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OSC Signs USD 110 Mn Loan to Refinance Five Ships

Signing ceremony for financing agreement

The funds would be used for refinancing of three tanker vessels and two very large crude carriers (VLCCs).

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Eagle Bulk Welcomes Second of Six Ultramaxes to Its Fleet

Bulker

The 2015-built scrubber-fitted ship has been renamed the M/V Sydney Eagle.

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EXMAR, Anglo-Eastern in Third-Party LNG Ship Management JV

LNG Carrier

The JV is dedicated to newbuilding supervision and vessel management of LNG carriers for third-party owners.

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Boskalis Signs Deal to Build Oil Export Terminal in Iraq

MOU signing ceremony

The project includes the construction of 4 loading berths, a breakwater berth and two offshore pipelines.

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PNX Petroleum in Offtake Deal after Buying First LPG Carrier

LPG shipping agreement

The 5,018 cbm PNX Conqueror is expected to start loading LPG in Brunei this year.

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Cargill, Maersk Tankers Team Up in the MR Segment

Maersk Corsica

With Cargill's fleet of up to 20 vessels, the Maersk Tankers' pool would consist of over 60 tankers.

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Meyer Turku Pushes Delivery of Costa Smeralda to November

Costa Smeralda

Costa Cruises' 1st LNG-powered ship will be delivered in mid-November, a month later than the initial deadline.

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Golden Ocean Ups Investment into Singapore Marine

Bulker

With the latest boost, Singapore Marine raised a USD 44 million in addition to the USD 105 million raised earlier.

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Bulker Crashes into Pier at China's Grain Terminal

Bulker crashes into pier

The bulk carrier Hua Jiang 17 allided with a grain terminal at Taizhou Port after it suffered a main engine failure.

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MPC Container Ships, Ahrenkiel Join Trident Alliance

Containership

The companies committed to comply with the new IMO 2020 maritime sulphur regulations.

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d'Amico Widens Loss, Maintains 'Very Positive' Outlook

d'Amico International Shipping

Tanker markets suffered from prolonged refinery maintenances during the period.

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Performance Shipping Breaches Minimum Bid Price on Nasdaq

Containership

From July 24 to September 5, 2019, the company's common stock closing bid price was below minimum requirement.

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First Vessel Docks at Grand Bahama Shipyard after Dorian

Grand Bahama Shipyard welcomes its first commercial vessel

The crude oil tanker Agathonissos returned to complete repair works that started before Hurricane Dorian.

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Greenpeace Closes Part of Houston Ship Channel

Greenpeace

A portion of the upper channel near Baytown was closed during the protest, between Light 102A and Light 104.

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Australia Bans Two Bulkers from Its Ports

Australian flag

Bulkers Fortune Genius, Xing Jing Hai were banned for 12 and 18 months for breaching basic rights of seafarers.

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Frontline Extends Options for Trafigura's Two Suezmaxes

Tanker

The option for the first option Suezmaxes was extended to September 18.

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Sovcomflot, NYK Line Ink Loan to Refinance LNG Carrier Duo

Sovcomflot and NYK Line signing ceremony

The loan would refinance the LNG carriers Grand Aniva and Grand Elena, servicing the Sakhalin-2 project.

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Port of Long Beach Keeps Reducing Air Pollution

Port of Long Beach

The Port of Long Beach’s clean-air efforts have resulted in an 87% cut in diesel emissions.

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United Heavy Lift, Ocean7 Projects Open Joint Office

Heavy Lift Ship

The two competitors will coordinate their activities in Norway.

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Fuel Flexibility Is Key for Shipping's Lower Emissions Goal

Shipping

Fuel flexibility is crucial, "as the fuels of today may not be the fuels of tomorrow."

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