Awilco LNG Tanker Hit by Another Ship off Singapore

Awilco LNG

An LNG carrier owned by Awilco LNG has been struck by another vessel off Singapore.

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Awilco LNG Finds Work for WilPride

LNG carrier WilPride

Awilco LNG secured a charter contract for its 156,000 cbm TFDE membrane LNG vessel WilPride.

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Awilco LNG in Consolidation Talks with LNG Carrier Owners

Will Pride

Awilco LNG is working with other ship owners on establishing a consolidated LNG shipping structure.

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More Than Half of 2018 Orders Are Speculative

Will Pride LNG Carrier

A total of 42 newbuilding orders have been placed year to date, of which about 27 are assumed speculative.

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Awilco LNG Agrees WilForce Charter Deal

Awilco LNG ASA has secured a time charter contract for its 156,000 cbm LNG vessel WilForce.

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Awilco Extends Charter Hire for LNG Carrier Duo

 Norwegian-based pure play LNG transportation company Awilco LNG has extended charter contracts for two LNG ...

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Awilco LNG Inks Deal with Teekay to Restructure Charters

Norwegian LNG transportation provider Awilco LNG has agreed with its main creditor Teekay LNG Partners on a ...

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Awilco Wraps Up Sale of LNG Carrier Duo

Norwegian liquefied natural gas (LNG) transportation provider Awilco LNG ASA has completed the sale of two 125,000 ...

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Awilco Sells Two Laid-Up LNG Carriers

As the weak LNG freight market continued in the early part of 2016, the Norwegian liquefied natural gas (LNG) ...

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Awilco LNG Announces Delivery of WilPride and Contract ...

Awilco LNG ASA announced that the “WilPride”, the Company’s second 156,000 cbm Tri Fuel Diesel Electric ...

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Awilco LNG Secures Charter Contract for ...

Awilco LNG ASA (Awilco LNG) announced that the 2013 built 156,000 cbm Tri Fuel Diesel Electric powered WilForce has ...

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Awilco LNG Takes Delivery of ‘WilForce’ ...

Awilco LNG (Awilco LNG or the Company) announced that the company has taken delivery of its first 156,000 cbm ...

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