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NEPTUNE GALENE

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: Greece | Port: PIRAEUS

NEPTUNE ITHAKI

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: Greece | Port: PIRAEUS

NEPTUNE KEFALONIA

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: Greece | Port: PIRAEUS

NEPTUNE THALASSA

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: Greece | Port: PIRAEUS

Maritime News

Libya's NOC Lifts Force Majeure on Exports. First Tanker Loaded at Es Sider

Libya's NOC Lifts Force Majeure on Exports. First Tanker Loaded at Es Sider

14 minutes ago
Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) lifted force majeure on all oil exports on Friday as a first tanker loaded at Es Sider after a half-year blockade by eastern forces, but said technical problems caused by the shutdown would keep output low."The increase in production will take a long time due to the significant damage to reservoirs and infrastructure caused by the illegal blockade imposed on January 17," NOC said in a statement.A first cargo of 650,000 barrels will be shipped by the Kriti Bastion Aframax tanker, chartered by Vitol, which two sources at Es Sider port said had docked and started loading on Friday morning.
Keel Laid for Ports of Auckland's New E-Tug

Keel Laid for Ports of Auckland's New E-Tug

12 hours ago
In Vietnam, Damen Song Cam Shipyard, together with joint venture partner Song Cam Shipyard hosted a keel-laying ceremony Tuesday for the electric RSD-E Tug 2513 that Damen is building for the Ports of Auckland, New Zealand.A fully electric version of Damen’s standard RSD Tug 2513, the new RSD-E Tug 2513 is the world’s first fully electric tug with 70 metric tons bollard pull. It will contribute toward meeting Ports of Auckland’s goal of being a zero emissions operation by 2040. With 80% of electricity in the country already cleanly generated, the tug will complete a green energy cycle in the ports.
GTT to Design Tanks for COSCO LNG Tanker Trio

GTT to Design Tanks for COSCO LNG Tanker Trio

46 minutes ago
French GTT has received an order from the Chinese shipyard Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding for the tank design for three new LNG carriers. The carriers will be delivered to the Chinese ship-owner COSCO Shipping. Each vessel will offer a capacity of 174,000 m3. GTT will design the tanks of the vessels, which will be fitted with the NO96 L03+ membrane containment system, a technology developed by GTT. Philippe Berterottière, Chairman and CEO of GTT, declared: "We are pleased to continue our long-term partnership with Hudong-Zhonghua and COSCO Shipping through this new LNGC order.” The delivery of the vessels is planned between the fourth quarter of 2022 and the second quarter of 2023.
Ocean Tankers' Supervisor to Start Restructuring Talks with Owners

Ocean Tankers' Supervisor to Start Restructuring Talks with Owners

2 hours ago
EY, the court-appointed supervisor for Ocean Tankers Pte Ltd (OTPL), has proposed two restructuring options to the shipping company's owners and could meet with them as early as next week to discuss the plans, according to an EY report seen by Reuters.The discussions are to ascertain whether the owners - Lim Oon Kuin, his son Evan Lim Chee Meng and daughter Lim Huey Ching, or the Lim family - are "willing to support any future restructuring of OTPL", the report said.EY declined to comment. Its lawyers, Rajah and Tann did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
In the Dock with Selective Electroplating

In the Dock with Selective Electroplating

13 hours ago
Surface plating is widely used to repair or salvage critical components in the marine industry. As many components need disassembly, the repair process is typically carried out when the ship is in dry dock. Due to the nature of the plating process, this work is usually performed by plating or machine shops off-site. In a quest to add value through reduced downtime and labor costs, many shipyards are looking to bring this service in-house. Mark Meyer, Sales Manager North America at SIFCO ASC, explains how shipyards can put key technologies in the dock which offer speed, portability and efficiency.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (June 2020)
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