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Singapore's Jurong Shipyard has awarded Gothenburg, Sweden, headquartered GVA a contract for the design of a GVA 3000E Accommodation Unit. The new unit—to be installed in the North Sea Norwegian Continental Shelf—will be one of…
Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd (Keppel O&M), through its subsidiary Fernvale Pte. Ltd., has secured a contract worth approximately $809 million from Urca Drilling B.V., a subsidiary of Sete Brasil Participações S.A. (Sete Brasil), for…
LLOG Exploration Company, LLC, Covington, LA, will accelerate payments on the acquisition of the OPTI-EX production semi-submersible under an agreement in principle with EXMAR, Antwerp, Belgium.Under the deal, LLOG will pay EXMAR a lump sum…
Seattle based Jensen Maritime Consultants, a Crowley Maritime Corp. subsidiary, has completed the design of three additional tugboats for Moran Towing Corp., New Canaan, Conn. The additional boats will bring Moran's Jensen-designed series of tugboats…
STX Europe must have been nice, not naughty, this year. It greets the holiday season with announcements of significant new shipbuilding orders for both STX Finland Oy and STX France. At STX Finland, the elves…
Work has already begun on what will be the seventh oceangoing tug built by Chesapeake Shipbuilding Corp., Salisbury, MD, for Vane Brothers, Baltimore, MD, in just over five years. The 94 ft x 32 ft…
As widely predicted, the two AustalUSA  built former Hawaii Superferries, Huakai, and Alaka, are at last going to wind up under Navy control. Shipbuilding guru Tim Colton has found the following tucked away in the…
Frontline Ltd., the world's largest tanker company, today issued an update on progress with the restructuring plan it announced December 6. That plan is backed by more than $505 million in guarantees from Frontline's largest…
Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard (ASRY), one of the world’s leading shiprepairers, opened its doors to more than 400 guests, including a group of international journalists earlier this month as part of ceremonies marking its…
The inland waterways of the Netherlands are now home to the 6,100 dwt Argonon, the world's first new LNG-fuelled tanker, following its delivery by the Dutch Shipyard Trico B.V. Built to Lloyd's Register class, MT…
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