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YM UBERTY

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM UNIFORM

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM UNITY

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM UPWARD

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM UTILITY

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM UTOPIA

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

Maritime News

New Compensation Offer Made Over Suez Canal Blockage

New Compensation Offer Made Over Suez Canal Blockage

32 minutes ago
The owners of a container ship that blocked the Suez Canal in March have made a new offer in a compensation dispute with the canal authority, and a court ruling on the case was postponed for two weeks on Sunday to allow more time for negotiations.The giant Ever Given container ship has been anchored in a lake between two stretches of the canal since it was dislodged on March 29. It had been grounded across the canal for six days, blocking hundreds of ships and disrupting global trade.The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) demanded $916 million in compensation to cover salvage efforts, reputational damage and lost revenue, before publicly lowering the request to $550 million.
KNUD E. HANSEN Unveils WTIV Design

KNUD E. HANSEN Unveils WTIV Design

19 minutes ago
Naval architecture firm KNUD E. HANSEN has unveiled a new wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV) design engineered to carry and install up to four new-generation 14 megawatt wind turbines.The Atlas A-class vessel is specifically dimensioned for transporting and assembling wind turbines on top of pre-installed foundations, the designer said. The foundations, which are heavy but do not require jacking, can be efficiently installed from a heavy-lift vessel. As a result, the Atlas A-class can be entirely optimized for the jacking operation, with a 1,600-2,500 tons crane and minimal system weight for the jacking equipment.
As Big Oil Pushes into Offshore Wind, Seabed Lease Prices Will Rise

As Big Oil Pushes into Offshore Wind, Seabed Lease Prices Will Rise

38 minutes ago
The world's largest offshore wind developer Orsted is concerned that Big Oil's eagerness to harness wind at sea could push up prices for seabed leases, making the technology less competitive, its chief executive told Reuters.European oil firms including Total, BP, Equinor and Shell have all outlined plans to speed up investments in renewables, including offshore wind, as they look to reduce their reliance on oil and gas to satisfy investors and governments which are demanding reductions in emissions.
Odfjell’s WindGrid Floating Wind System Passes Milestone, Aims to Help O&G cut Emissions

Odfjell’s WindGrid Floating Wind System Passes Milestone, Aims to Help O&G cut Emissions

47 minutes ago
DNV completed a concept verification review of Odfjell Oceanwind’s WindGrid (WindGrid) system for Mobile Offshore Wind Units (MOWUs). DNV’s review confirms the technical feasibility of the WindGrid system, and that expected reductions in CO2-emissions for North Sea applications are in the range of 60-70%, compared to generation of electricity from conventional gas turbines.Odfjell’s WindGrid is a solution for providing an uninterrupted power supply from Mobile Offshore Wind Units (MOWUs) to micro-grids. It combines energy storage, grid converters and floating wind turbines in order to enable gas turbine generators to be shut down during peak wind power production.
Wärtsilä Tapped to Power BC's RAL-designed Escort Tugs

Wärtsilä Tapped to Power BC's RAL-designed Escort Tugs

28 minutes ago
Wärtsilä was tapped to supply the main engines and liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel gas supply systems for two new LNG-fueled escort tugs being built for Canada’s HaiSea Marine, a joint venture between the Haisla Nation and Seaspan Marine Transportation. Designed by Robert Allan Ltd., the vessels are under construction at Sanmar Shipyards in Turkey. They are expected to be two of the most environmentally advanced escort tugs operating in the coastal waters of British Columbia in Canada. The order with Wärtsilä was placed in April 2021.The two vessels will each be powered by Wärtsilä 34DF dual-fuel engines operating with LNG fuel.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (June 2021)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (June 2021)
USCG Fleet Modernization Annual