Aftermath of Attack on Bahri’s VLCC

Abqaiq VLCC

Dryad Maritime provides details on the attack and security picture in the region.

Statoil Changes Name to Equinor

Norwegian oil major Statoil has decided to change its name to Equinor after almost 50 years.

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BW Offshore Gets FPSO Option from Petrobras

BW Offshore has received notice for a one-year contract extension for FPSO Cidade de São Mateus from Petrobras.

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Looking Ahead at the Maritime & Offshore Career Event 2018

It’s almost time -- on March 28, the Maritime & Offshore Career Event takes place at WTC Rotterdam.

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APM 2018 Launched amid Industry Anticipation for Upturn

Asia's exhibition and conference Asia Pacific Maritime (APM) was officially launched on March 14.

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Teekay Takes Delivery of Final Heritage-Class Shuttle Tanker

The final Heritage Class newbuilding shuttle tanker, M/T Dorset Spirit, has been handed over to Teekay.

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MISC Names, Delivers Its New FSO Unit

MISC Berhad has held a naming, delivery ceremony for its floating, storage & offloading unit, the FSO Benchamas 2.

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Oil Platform Catches Fire off Corpus Christi

A Magellan-owned oil platform, located three miles off Corpus Christi, suffered a fire on March 7.

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Danish Energy Agency Clears Maersk Oil Sale

The Danish Energy Agency has approved Maersk's sale of its oil business.

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KNOT Shuttle Tankers Adds Dropdown Duo

KNOT Offshore Partners enters a dropdown deal with Knutsen NYK for two shuttle tankers.

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BP Pinpoints to Further Diversification of Energy Mix

BP expects the global energy mix to reach the most diverse point the world has ever seen by 2040.

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DEME's Fire-Stricken Cable Layer Sustained Minor Damage

DEME: Living Stone sustained minor damage in yesterday's fire.

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DEME’s Cable Layer Hit by Fire

A fire broke out on board DEME's cable layer Living Stone on Wednesday afternoon in Santurzi, Spain.

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Cochin Shipyard Worker in Critical Condition after Blast

A worker of the Cochin Shipyard who sustained severe burns in the blast on February 13 is in a critical condition.

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Spotted: Damen Makes Seafox 5 Fit for Offshore Wind Work

Seafox 5 has left Damen Verolme Rotterdam (DVR) shipyard following a four-month refit.

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Bourbon Shedding 41 Non-Smart Ships

Bourbon to sell 41 supply vessels as they cannot be connected within the group's smart shipping program.

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Keppel Confirms Receiving Summons in New EIG Lawsuit

Keppel Offshore and Marine Limited (KOM) has been served with a summons within a civil action lawsuit filed EIG.

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Five People Killed in Blast at Cochin Shipyard

At least four people died in a blast that took place on a drillship that was being repaired at Cochin Shipyard.

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MODEC Secures Charter Extension for Its FPSO

MODEC has reached an agreement for a contract extension for the FPSO Cidade de Niterói MV18.

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Spotted: Sovcomflot Welcomes New Icebreaking Support Vessel

Sovcomflot has named Yevgeny Primakov, a new multifunctional icebreaking platform supply vessel.

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Construction of Allseas Heavy-Lift Giant to Start in 4 Years

If all goes well the building of Amazing Grace could commence in three to four years.

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Report: Allseas Planing to Build New Crane Vessel Behemoth

Allseas has revealed plans of building the largest construction vessel in the world.

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Spotted: Third Stingray SSV Joins Maersk

Maersk Supply Service has shared an image of Maersk Inventor, its 3rd Stingray ship.

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Greenpeace Boards Support Vessel in New Zealand Port

Greenpeace activists broke into Port Taranaki and boarded a support vessel on January 31.

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GulfNav to Buy Major Stake in Singapore's Atlantic

GulfNav plans to acquire a majority stake in Atlantic Navigation Holdings (Singapore) Limited.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Here are the most read articles of the past week.

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Spotted: Nigeria Welcomes Total's Egina FPSO

Following a ninety-day voyage from Korea, Total's FPSO Egina arrived at the Port of Lagos in Nigeria on January 25. 

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Offshore Supply Ship Runs Aground in St.Thomas

Ocean Spirit I ran aground just off the entrance of the East Gregory Channel of Charlotte Amalie Harbor.

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