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SEPTEMBER 5, 2013 — As Det Norske Veritas Group AS (DNV) reported a strong half-year performance (with revenue up 13% to NOK 6,665 million), Group Chief Executive Officer Henrik O. Madsen (left) said that the…
SEPTEMBER 4, 2013 — Ensco plc (NYSE: ESV) has taken delivery of Ensco DS-7, the fifth of eight ships in the company's ultra-deepwater DP3 drillship series. The vessel will embark from the Samsung Heavy Industries…
SEPTEMBER 4, 2011 — South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), has awarded a $6.7 million plus order to Rockwell Automation (NYSE: ROK). The contract covers deliveries of Rockwell Automation fully integrated safety solutions…
SEPTEMBER 4, 2013 – The Navy's decision to switch from composites to steel for the superstructure of DDG 1002, the third Zumalt class destroyer (see earlier story), has rung the death knell for Huntington Ingalls…
SEPTEMBER 4, 2013 – Singapore listed Yangzijiang Shipbuilding (Holdings) Ltd. reports that four options (two 82,000 DWT and two 64,000 DWT bulk carriers) were converted into firm orders in July, became effective in July. Another…
SEPTEMBER 4, 2013 – M/V Balder, a Torvald Klaveness handymax bulker, is the first ship to operate  in the U.S. Emission Control Area (ECA) with an exhaust gas scrubber, according to Norway's Clean Marine. On…
SEPTEMBER 4, 2013 – Eitzen Chemical A/S (OSE:ECHEM), has decided to implement Jotun's Hull Performance Solutions (HPS) on two of its largest chemical carriers. The first vessel, Siteam Discoverer, applied SeaQuantum X200 to the hull…
SEPTEMBER 4, 2013 – Exmar and LNG Partners are moving ahead to solidify plans or the long-term charter of a Floating Liquefaction & Storage Unit (FLSU) to serve the BC LNG Project near Kitimat, British…
SEPTEMBER 4, 2013  – American Maritime Safety, Inc. reports that the Houston Pilots Association, Maersk Line, Limited, Un-Cruise Adventures and The Vane Brothers Company will be the recipients of the 2013 AMS Safety Awards. AMS…
SEPTEMBER 3, 2013 — Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. ("K" Line) is to build four next generation car carriers that will be the widest ever built, with a beam of 37-38 m. Japanese shipbuilders Shin Kurushima…
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