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Abandoned Seafarers Facing Serious Mental Health Issues

Halani 1

8 Indian seafarers abandoned offshore Namibia suffering from fatigue and serious mental health problems.

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WSM to Manage Turquoise FSRU for Pardus Energy

FSRU Turquise

Wilhelmsen Ship Management to provide ship management services for FSRU named Turquoise.

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Brightoil Faced with USD 250 Mn of Creditor Claims

finance

Brightoil Petroleum (Holdings) Limited has accumulated around USD 250 million of total creditor claims.

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Euronav Sells Suezmax Tanker for Offshore Project

Euronav

Euronav sells its Suezmax vessel to a supplier and operator of offshore floating platforms.

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22 Saved from Cable Layer after Collision with Tanker

Lifebelt

20 crew members rescued from Vanuatu-flagged MV Star Centurion following a collision with MT Antea.

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Exmar’s Tango FLNG Sets Sail for Argentina

TANGO FLNG

Exmar's floating liquefaction unit has left China and is headed to Bahia Blanca, Argentina.

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S. Korea Approves MacGregor's Acquisition of TTS Businesses

MacGregor gets clearance from South Korea for the acquisition of TTS businesses.

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Watch Suez Canal Conduct One of Its Toughest Transits

Suez Canal

A giant floating production storage and offloading unit passes through the waterway.

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World’s Largest FLNG Facility Starts Production

Prelude FLNG

Shell’s Prelude FLNG facility commenced production offshore Western Australia.

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Yamal LNG to Get Another Liquefaction Facility

Christophe de Margerie

Glavgosexpertiza has backed the project on construction of a new production facility of Novatek’s Yamal LNG.

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Golar LNG Moves Ahead with Another LNGC Conversion

Golar LNG Carrier

Golar LNG is moving ahead with its plans to convert one of its LNG carriers into a floating liquefaction vessel.

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Scorpio Gains Control Over Nordic American Offshore

Blue Storm

Scorpio Group, owned and controlled by the Lolli-Ghetti family, has taken control of Nordic American Offshore.

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Höegh LNG Targets Four Long-Term FSRU Projects

hoegh-grace

Norway-based company Höegh LNG said it is in the final selection round for four different long-term FSRU projects.

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Höegh LNG Names Its Ninth FSRU

Norway-based Höegh LNG has named its ninth floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU).

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MISC Inks Time Charter Deals for Two LNG Carriers

MISC

MISC Berhad has secured two time charter contracts with LNG Shipping S.p.A. for two LNG carriers.

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Denmark Adds Offshore Shipping to International Register

Seafarer

Denmark's new regulation on tax free net wages for seafarers to include offshore vessels.

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PaxOcean Delivers Largest FRSU Built in China

Karunia Dewata

PaxOcean delivered a 26,000m3 FSRU to Indonesia-based Jaya Samudra Karunia.

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Tidewater, GulfMark Finalize Business Combination

OSV Highland Prestige

Tidewater, GulfMark Offshore completed their business combination, creating the industry's largest OSV owner.

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BOA Management Readies to Lift Norwegian Frigate

Helge Ingstad

The plan is to lift the vessel and transfer it to a semi-submersible barge.

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Maersk Supply Unlikely to Be Sold by Year End

MSS Starfish Vessels

Maersk doesn't expect to finalize the sale if its Maersk Supply business by the end of 2018.

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North Sea Port: We Are Ready to Invest in Hydrogen as Fuel

North Sea Port

Dutch-Belgian North Sea Port is looking to invest in hydrogen as fuel when opportunities arise.

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Here are the most read stories of the previous week.

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Sembcorp Marine Wins Its 1st Order in RoPax Ferry Sector

Artist's impression of Norled hybrid plug-in ropax ferry

Sembcorp bags its first design-and-construction ropax ship project.

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Hyundai Heavy Industries' Workers Strike Again

Hyundai Heavy Industries

Unionized workers of the South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries held four-hour strike.

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KNOT Poised to Order Up to Four More Shuttle Tankers?

KNOT tanker

KNOT inked LoI with COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry to order two firm 154,000 dwt shuttle tankers.

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Fuel Spills from Grounded Offshore Supply Vessel

offshore supply vessel aground

Diesel fuel spills from grounded offshore supply vessel near Cameron, Louisiana.

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Ocean Cleanup Arrives at Great Pacific Garbage Patch

ocean cleanup

A pioneering project of collecting plastics from the ocean is hours away from kicking off.

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