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ALPINE ETERNITY

Tanker for Chemicals & Oil Products | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

BERGANGER

Tanker for Chemicals & Oil Products | Flag: Norway | Port: BERGEN

BRIMANGER

Tanker for Chemicals & Oil Products | Flag: Norway | Port: BERGEN

FALKANGER

Tanker for Chemicals & Oil Products | Flag: Norway | Port: BERGEN

FAUSKANGER

Tanker for Chemicals & Oil Products | Flag: Norway | Port: BERGEN

FINNANGER

Tanker for Chemicals & Oil Products | Flag: Norway | Port: BERGEN

GULF DEFFI

Tanker for Chemicals & Oil Products | Flag: Saudi Arabia | Port: DAMMAM

GULF JALMUDA

Tanker for Chemicals & Oil Products | Flag: Saudi Arabia | Port: DAMMAM

GULF MUTTRAH

Tanker for Chemicals & Oil Products | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

GULF RASTAQ

Tanker for Chemicals & Oil Products | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

Maritime News

Oil Producers Evacuating GoM Workers Ahead of Storm

Oil Producers Evacuating GoM Workers Ahead of Storm

11 hours ago
BP Plc began turning off production at three platforms in the northern Gulf of Mexico and evacuating workers because of the threat from Tropical Storm Cristobal, forecast to make landfall in Louisiana over the weekend, the company said.Norwegian state-oil company Equinor ASA began evacuating non-essential workers on Wednesday and plans to shut production on Friday at its Titan oil platform if the storm continues along its projected path, spokesman Hasting Stewart said.Occidental Petroleum Corp also began flying non-essential workers to shore from central Gulf of Mexico operations, but production was continuing uninterrupted, the company said on Wednesday.
U.S. Offshore Drillers Brace for Hurricane Season amid Pandemic

U.S. Offshore Drillers Brace for Hurricane Season amid Pandemic

33 minutes ago
As oil and gas companies began shutting offshore production before the first tropical storm of the season in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, experts said restarting wells and refineries will take longer and prove more costly this year because of COVID-19.Well shut-ins typically last a few days or weeks at most, but oil companies have adopted stringent virus precautions for refinery and offshore staff, including frequent health checks, travel restrictions, onsite protective gear, and longer work stints with pre-departure quarantines.
Waterjets Refit for Five Offshore Wind Vessels

Waterjets Refit for Five Offshore Wind Vessels

7 hours ago
Waterjet propulsion specialist HamiltonJet said it is currently working with Norway-based Offshore Windservice AS to convert five vessels from controllable pitch propeller (CPP) to waterjet propulsion and advanced control technology.At project completion, all five vessels will feature twin HM721 waterjets coupled with HamiltonJet's intuitive AVX controls.While HamiltonJet has already supported more than 80 offshore wind farm vessels globally, the company's CEO, Ben Reed, says, "It's the first time these two products have been paired together, and the first time we've put waterjets of this size into a wind farm vessel. It means these boats will really power along.
Tradepoint Atlantic Dry Dock Back in Action

Tradepoint Atlantic Dry Dock Back in Action

7 hours ago
Tradepoint Atlantic, a 3,300-acre multimodal global logistics center in Baltimore, Md., said its dry dock will return to service this week after last being used in 2017. BAE Systems’ Titan dry dock departed is scheduled to arrive in Baltimore and dock at Tradepoint Atlantic’s onsite dry dock to undergo a five-month-long repair and maintenance program starting Thursday.Used in Norfolk, Va. for servicing ships as long as 1,000 feet, BAE Systems' massive Titan dry dock has a 52,534-ton lifting capacity and is one of the world’s largest and most modern floating steel dry docks. It measures 950-feet long, 192-feet wide, and 82-feet tall at the highest point.
EU Resumes Hyundai, Daewoo Deal Probe

EU Resumes Hyundai, Daewoo Deal Probe

11 hours ago
EU antitrust regulators have restarted their investigation into world No. 1 shipbuilding group Hyundai Heavy Industries' $1.8 billion merger with Daewoo with a decision due by September 3.The European Commission, which warned in December that the deal to create a company with a 21% market share could push up prices, halted its probe on March 31 while waiting for the companies to provide information.The EU competition enforcer had said then that European shipping companies, among the two shipbuilders' biggest customers, may be affected by the deal.
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