Farstad Supply AS

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FAR STREAM

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Isle of Man | Port: DOUGLAS

FAR SUN

Supply Vessel/Standby Ship | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SWIFT

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SWORD

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SYGNA

Supply Vessel/Standby Ship | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SYMPHONY

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SOUND

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Isle of Man | Port: DOUGLAS

FAR SOVEREIGN

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Norway | Port: ALESUND

FAR SPLENDOUR

Supply Vessel Fire Fighting | Flag: Isle of Man | Port: DOUGLAS

FAR STAR

Supply Vessel Fire Fighting | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR STARLING

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SERENADE

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SHOGUN

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SIGMA

Supply Vessel/Tug | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SIRIUS

Supply Vessel/Tug | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SKY

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Isle of Man | Port: DOUGLAS

FAR SOLITAIRE

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SCORPION

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SCOUT

Multi Purpose Offshore Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SEA

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SEARCHER

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SEEKER

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SENIOR

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SAILOR

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SANTANA

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SAPPHIRE

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SARACEN

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SCANDIA

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SCIMITAR

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Isle of Man | Port: DOUGLAS

FAR FOSNA

Supply Vessel Anchor Hand.Fire Fight | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR GRIP

Supply Vessel Anchor Hand.Fire Fight | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SABRE

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Isle of Man | Port: DOUGLAS

FAR SAGA

Multi Purpose Offshore Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

FAR SAGARIS

Supply Vessel Anchor Handling | Flag: Isle of Man | Port: DOUGLAS

Maritime News

Third Iranian Fuel Cargo Approaches Venezuela

Third Iranian Fuel Cargo Approaches Venezuela

an hour ago
The third cargo of an Iranian tanker flotilla carrying fuel for gasoline-thirsty Venezuela was approaching the nation's exclusive economic zone on Tuesday as the previous two were preparing to discharge, according to Refinitiv Eikon data.The Iran-flagged tanker Petunia entered the Caribbean Sea on Monday after crossing the Atlantic Ocean, following the route taken in recent days by vessels Fortune and Forest.The Fortune was welcomed at state-run PDVSA's El Palito refinery by Venezuela's oil minister, Tareck El Aissami, who thanked Iran for its support during the crisis, which has forced Venezuelans to wait in long lines for gasoline.
Fincantieri: No Canceled Shipbuilding Orders to Date

Fincantieri: No Canceled Shipbuilding Orders to Date

2 hours ago
The coronavirus pandemic has not caused Italian shipbuilding giant Fincantieri to lose any of its existing orders, CEO Giuseppe Bono told a Senate defense committee.While the company has not received any order cancellations to date, the company—one of the world's top cruise ship builders—said in its first quarter report that it is in talks with clients and subcontractors to discuss potentially stretching out order delivery times for vessels currently under construction and on order.Fincantieri is also reportedly planning to boost naval vessel orders to help offset any delayed deliveries for cruise ship customers hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pandemic Forces Virtual Safety Checks for Oil Tankers

Pandemic Forces Virtual Safety Checks for Oil Tankers

2 hours ago
Ship assessors are resorting to virtual inspections of oil tankers to keep vessels afloat, as the coronavirus pandemic makes physical visits to check for seaworthiness tougher and a slump in fuel demand increases the need for ships as storage.Oil tankers require rigorous inspections twice a year to reduce the risk of oil spills or mechanical collapse with polluting cargoes onboard.But the global pandemic has disrupted international trade, leaving merchant seafarers stuck on ships for weeks because of limits on air travel and bans on the movement of people even as some countries start easing restrictions.
Shipping Plan Would Reel International Emissions into EU Carbon Market

Shipping Plan Would Reel International Emissions into EU Carbon Market

3 hours ago
The European Union's carbon market could capture a large chunk of emissions from outside Europe if the bloc succeeds in including shipping in the scheme, according to the European Commission's first report on maritime CO2 emissions.Pollution from ships plying international waters typically escapes countries' domestic emissions-cutting targets, but the EU's executive has said the sector must contribute to its trillion-euro push to achieve a "climate neutral" economy by 2050.It wants to curb shipping's carbon footprint by adding it to the Europe-wide emissions trading system (ETS), which forces emitters to buy carbon permits when they pollute.
US LNG Exports Drop More Than a Third

US LNG Exports Drop More Than a Third

3 hours ago
U.S. liquefied natural gas exports are down by more than a third since governments started imposing lockdowns to stop the spread of the coronavirus.Worldwide gas prices have plunged as lockdowns squeezed energy demand even as strong renewables output boosted supply. Gas prices are more expensive now in the United States than in Europe for the first time in a decade.Buyers in Asia and Europe have already canceled over 20 U.S. LNG cargoes for June and July, and more cancellations are anticipated.Gas flows to U.S. LNG export plants fell from a record 9.5 billion cubic feet per day in late March to a six-month low of 5.6 bcfd this week, according to Refinitiv.