Moving one step closer to becoming the world’s first Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) certified oil and gas vessel operator, Harvey Gulf International Marine, New Orleans, La., has begun to operate one
platform supply vessel
Tokyo-headquartered K-Line reported Friday that it had decided to dissolve its Norwegian-based subsidiary K-Line Offshore, sell its vessels and take a total extraordinary loss of approximately JPY 17 billion (almost $150 million).
As part of the frame agreement between Aker BP and Solstad Offshore, the companies have entered into a new contract for the 91.6- by 22-meter platform supply vessel (PSV) Far Solitaire. The
New Orleans headquartered Harvey Gulf International Marine reports that, following a battery pack retrofit, the M/V Harvey Power, a 310-foot platform supply vessel, has been immediately put in service utilizing three fuel
New Orleans headquartered Harvey Gulf International Marine has selected Wärtsilä Energy Storage Systems (ESS) for the four further Harvey Energy class dual-fuel platform supply vessels it is to retrofit with batteries (see
New Orleans, La., headquartered Harvey Gulf International Marine has begun converting four 220-foot DPS-2 platform supply vessels into lightering support vessels. They will be capable of stowing one set of four Jumbo
Houston-headquartered SEACOR Marine Holdings Inc. (NYSE: SMHI) reports that it has entered into a definitive sale and purchase agreement to acquire the remaining 50% of the equity interests in SEACOSCO Offshore LLC,
Harvey Gulf International Marine reports that it has signed two, one-year charters in Nigeria for the placement of two U.S. flag, 3,250 dwt DPS-2 Platform Supply Vessels, both fully capable of safely
Wärtsilä has successfully completed sea trials of its SceneScan system on the Topaz Citadel, a 72 m platform supply vessel owned by Dubai, UAE, headquartered Topaz Energy and Marine. Developed by Wärtsilä
JANUARY 30, 2018 —Rolls-Royce Commercial Marine has released more details on an order it received to deliver battery-powered energy systems for six Platform Supply Vessels (PSVs), built by China’s Cosco Guangdong shipyard.