DHT FALCON

Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Tanker for Oil 2006-09-28 Hong Kong HONG KONG
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
9310147 VRNB8
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
332.96 60.033 159730 96352 298971

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Remote Surveys Becoming Business as Usual

Remote Surveys Becoming Business as Usual

12 hours ago
Remote vessel and equipment surveys have been available in the maritime world for years, but classification societies are seeing increased demand for these services as more firms turn to digital solutions to continue business during the coronavirus outbreak.Using real-time video communication tools, and even drones and robotics when applicable, surveyors are able to work with stakeholders to perform inspections without having to be on site, which is especially beneficial amid current COVID-19 travel restrictions.
Greensea’s New Ship Hull Crawler Tech Launches with VideoRay Defender ROV

Greensea’s New Ship Hull Crawler Tech Launches with VideoRay Defender ROV

12 hours ago
Greensea introduces a new hull crawler that easily attaches a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) to a ship hull without magnetics, allowing the operator to “drive” the ROV and payloads over the hull. Initial hull crawlers are designed to work exclusively with the VideoRay Mission Specialist Defender ROV. The hull crawler represents a milestone in Greensea’s hull robotics program, which is advancing navigation and localization capabilities for a fully autonomous robotic hull inspection and proactive in-water cleaning solution.  “VideoRay is a valued Greensea partner with a dynamic and powerful ROV.
Cruise Passengers Await Florida Deal Allowing Them to Disembark

Cruise Passengers Await Florida Deal Allowing Them to Disembark

13 hours ago
The U.S. government and Florida were working on a plan on Wednesday to allow thousands of cruise ship passengers exposed to an onboard coronavirus outbreak to disembark, a day after President Donald Trump urged the governor to drop his opposition to their docking.Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis said he was not opposed to them docking in his city. But he said a clear protocol was needed to protect residents of his South Florida city from infection.“There can be no missteps in this process,” he told CNN.“We have to be comfortable knowing that they are being quarantined in such a way that they do not infect the rest of the community,” Trantalis said.
Workers From a BP Gulf of Mexico Platform Test Positive for COVID-19

Workers From a BP Gulf of Mexico Platform Test Positive for COVID-19

14 hours ago
Several workers on a BP Plc oil platform in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico have tested positive for coronavirus, the company said on Wednesday, a day after a worker at BP's operations in Alaska also tested positive.The cases are the first recorded among oil workers in the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska, and follow a positive test at an Equinor offshore project in the North Sea.A case of the coronavirus was also reported at BP's Whiting, Indiana refinery, according to local media reports.More than 850,000 people have been infected by the virus worldwide, which has killed more than 42,000 people.
Oil Storage at Sea Approaching Record Levels

Oil Storage at Sea Approaching Record Levels

16 hours ago
Oil traders are storing as much as 80 million barrels of oil on tankers at sea, with further ships being sought as land storage sites fill up fast due to a global glut of stocks, shipping industry sources say.Traders rushed for storage after global oil demand collapsed by a third due to the coronavirus outbreak, and as top producers Saudi Arabia and Russia have refused to curb output so far, creating what is believed to be the biggest oil glut in history.The last time floating storage reached similar levels was in 2009, when traders stored over 100 million barrels at sea before offloading stocks.