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CMA CGM ROSE

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

RUBINA SCHULTE

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

STRAUSS

Container Ship | Flag: Cyprus | Port: LIMASSOL

VALERIE SCHULTE

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

VICTORIA SCHULTE

Container Ship | Flag: Cyprus | Port: LIMASSOL

Maritime News

NAT Adds Two Suezmax Newbuilds

NAT Adds Two Suezmax Newbuilds

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Nordic American Tankers said it has added two suezmax tankers to its fleet. The newbuilds, NAT's first delivered since 2018, both have long term contracts.The 157,094 dwt Nordic Harrier was delivered on May 13 from Samsung shipyard in South Korea. The second vessel, to be named Nordic Hunter, is 156,800 dwt and will be delivered from Samsung within the next few days, NAT said. The ships were ordered in 2020.Both tankers have six-year contracts with Oman's ASYAD Shipping Company. The time charters will generate an aggregate revenue of more than $100 million, New York-listed NAT said when it announced the deals in February.
The Path to Net Zero: Ammonia as Marine Fuel Study gets $6.7m Grant

The Path to Net Zero: Ammonia as Marine Fuel Study gets $6.7m Grant

56 minutes ago
A group of academic and industrial partners were awarded a $6.7 million grant by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to accelerate understanding, technologies and policies relating to the use of ammonia as a sustainable fuel. The project begins in June 2022 and will run for 5 years.Entitled Decarbonized Clean Marine: Green Ammonia Thermal Propulsion (MariNH3), the project brings together academics from Nottingham, Birmingham, Brighton, Cardiff and STFC, as well as partners such as regulators, oil companies, engine manufacturers and other industrial organizations.The lead investigator is Prof.
Drydocks Orders Kanfa FPSO Topside Module

Drydocks Orders Kanfa FPSO Topside Module

38 minutes ago
UAE-based shipyard Drydocks World has signed a contract with Norway-based Kanfa to deliver a topside module for a floating production storage and offloading vessel.In what will be the first collaboration between Drydocks World and Kanfa, the M10 module will be placed on the main deck of the FPSO.The module will be used to process crude oil received from oil wells, which will be dewatered and stabilised to meet export quality specifications. Weighing approximately 700 tons, the process module is scheduled for delivery in Q2 2023.
Berge Bulk Vessel Set for WindWings Install

Berge Bulk Vessel Set for WindWings Install

an hour ago
Berge Bulk will equip its Newcastlemax bulker Berge Olympus with WindWings in an effort to evaluate the wind-assisted propulsion technology as a means to reduce vessel emissions.The dry bulk shipowner reached an agreement to install four BAR Tech WindWings by Yara Marine Technologies on board the 210 DWT bulk carrier in the second quarter of 2023.“This partnership with BAR Tech and Yara Marine is a great step towards our transition to zero-emissions operations,” said James Marshall, CEO of Berge Bulk. “At Berge Bulk, we believe in the results that can be achieved by harnessing wind power.
PHOTOS: First Dogger Bank Offshore Substation Reaches Norway

PHOTOS: First Dogger Bank Offshore Substation Reaches Norway

4 hours ago
Following a long journey from Thailand, an offshore substation built for the massive Dogger Bank offshore wind project in the United Kingdom arrived at Aibel's yard in Haugesund on Saturday, aboard BigLift Shipping's heavy transportation vessel BigLift Baffin.The substation is the first of three platforms that Aibel will deliver to the world’s largest offshore wind farm, the 3.6 GW Dogger Bank, which is located in the North Sea, 130 kilometers off the Yorkshire coast.The platforms will be outfitted with the latest generation HVDC converter equipment from Hitachi Energy and undergo final completion and commissioning at the yard in Haugesund.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (June 2022)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (June 2022)