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PETROBRAS I

Self Elevating Unit | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: RIO DE JANEIRO

PETROBRAS III

Self Elevating Unit | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: RIO DE JANEIRO

PETROBRAS V

Self Elevating Unit | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: RIO DE JANEIRO

Maritime News

Elon Musk's Firm Buys Two Offshore Rigs to Serve as Launchpads for SpaceX Rockets

Elon Musk's Firm Buys Two Offshore Rigs to Serve as Launchpads for SpaceX Rockets

2 hours ago
Two offshore drilling rigs, previously used for oil and gas exploration beneath the seabed, could soon help with space exploration.Namely, according to multiple reports this week, a company linked to billionaire Elon Musk bought two deepwater semi-submersible drilling rigs last year, with plans - reportedly - to convert them into floating launch pads for Musk's SpaceX rockets.SpaceX, or Space Exploration Technologies Corp, was founded by Musk back in 2002 to cut space transportation costs and enable the colonization of Mars.According to CNBC, a company named Lone Star Mineral Development, linked to Musk's Space X firm, in July 2020 bought two semi-submersible drilling rigs from Valaris.
World’s First Tiltable Rotor Sails Installed

World’s First Tiltable Rotor Sails Installed

3 hours ago
Auxiliary wind propulsion systems provide Norsepower said it installed the world’s first tiltable Rotor Sails for SEA-CARGO, a logistics provider in the North Sea market.According the analysis conducted by Norsepower and SEA-CARGO, installation of the two 35-meter tall Rotor Sails on board the SC Connector, a 12,251 gross tonne (GT) sidedoor RoRo vessel, can achieve a fuel consumption, fuel cost and carbon emissions reduction of up to 25%. In good wind conditions, the sailing vessel will maintain regular service speed by sail alone.
Fruergaard to Take Over as CEO of Pacific Basin

Fruergaard to Take Over as CEO of Pacific Basin

an hour ago
Hong Kong-headquartered dry bulk shipping company Pacific Basin announced Wednesday that Martin Fruergaard will take over as CEO, replacing longtime chief executive Mats Berglund, who has decided to retie. Fruergaard, the current CEO of Danish gas shipping company Ultragas, will relocate to Hong Kong and join Pacific Basin in early July. He brings to the role significant maritime leadership experience, having previously occupied senior positions in Maersk Bulk Carriers, Maersk Tankers and Maersk Drilling.Berglund was CEO of Pacific Basin for nine years, and his retirement will take effective July 30.
Allseas' Subsea Mining Ship Project is Moving Forward

Allseas' Subsea Mining Ship Project is Moving Forward

an hour ago
Swiss-based Allseas has awarded Dutch subsea technology company Seatools the contract for the delivery of the complete electrical, hydraulic and control system for Allseas’ deep-sea mining nodule collector.Driven by the green energy transition, the interest in high-grade seafloor polymetallic nodule deposits has risen in the past few years due to the depleting terrestrial deposits for metals such as copper, nickel, manganese and cobalt. Nevertheless, subsea mining does not take place on a commercial scale yet as current technology readiness levels fall short.
Capesize Market Starts Strong in 2021 -BIMCO

Capesize Market Starts Strong in 2021 -BIMCO

2 hours ago
BIMCO says the year 2021 has started strongly for the capesize market with 1,427 journeys completed or underway in the first 20 days of the year, a 10.4% increase compared to the same period last year, according to figures from VesselsValue. This counter-seasonal upswing stands in contrast to the development for all other dry bulk ships which have seen a 2.8% decline in activity in the same period, BIMCO says.BIMCO says it expects that the number of capesize journeys completed or still underway when January comes to an end, will exceed the 1,768 recorded in December 2020.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (January 2021)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (January 2021)
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