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Austal Delivers 11th Guardian-class Patrol Boat

Austal Delivers 11th Guardian-class Patrol Boat

56 minutes ago
Australian shipbuilding group Austal announced on Friday it has delivered the 11th Guardian-class Patrol Boat (GCPB) to the Australian Department of Defense. The vessel, the RKS Teanoai II, was then gifted by the Australian government to the government of the Republic of Kiribati during a ceremony at Austal Australia’s Henderson shipyard.The vessel is the first Guardian-class Patrol Boat to be delivered to Kiribati under the Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement Project (SEA3036-1), part of the Australian Government’s Pacific Maritime Security Program; and replaces the original RKS Teanoai, a Pacific-class Patrol Boat delivered in 1994.
Stena Line Takes Delivery of RoPax Ferry Stena Scandica

Stena Line Takes Delivery of RoPax Ferry Stena Scandica

an hour ago
Swedish ferry firm Stena Line has taken delivery of its RoPax ferry, Stena Scandica, the first of two Visentini vessels being lengthened and modernized by Stena RoRo at the Sedef Shipbuilding in Tuzla, Turkey. The Stena Scandica ferry will start operating on the Stena Lines route between Nynäshamn in Sweden and Ventspils in Latvia at the beginning of July.The conversion and lengthening of Stena Scandica (ex Stena Lagan) and sister vessel Stena Baltica (ex Stena Mersey) is managed by Stena RoRo at the Sedef Shipyard in Tuzla, Turkey.The two vessels are lengthened with a 36-meter mid-section.
Aker BP Awards 100-day Contract for PSV Viking Prince

Aker BP Awards 100-day Contract for PSV Viking Prince

an hour ago
Norwegian offshore vessel owner Eidesvik Offshore has secured a charter deal for its platform supply vessel Viking Prince.The 2012-built, LNG-powered platform supply vessel will support the drilling operations of the Norwegian oil company Aker BP."The contract is awarded under the current Frame Agreement for a drilling campaign indicated for a period of approximately 100 days, with the start August 2021," Eidesvik Offshore said.AIS data from MarineTraffic.com show the Viking Prince's last destination was Aker BP's Valhall field.
Biden May Hinder Oil and Gas Drilling Despite Court Loss

Biden May Hinder Oil and Gas Drilling Despite Court Loss

6 hours ago
U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration has the power to stymie oil and gas development on government-controlled lands and waters, industry and environmental experts said, even though a court decision ended his freeze on federal drilling auctions.Some options, they said, include offering sparse acreage or imposing more time-consuming permitting requirements."We lived through the Obama administration, and they did a lot of things to constrain leasing and other activity on federal lands," Kathleen Sgamma, president of industry trade group Western Energy Alliance, said in an interview."And frankly they have the power to do so.
Oil Companies Evacuating U.S. Gulf of Mexico Platforms ahead of Storm

Oil Companies Evacuating U.S. Gulf of Mexico Platforms ahead of Storm

7 hours ago
Chevron Corp and Occidental Petroleum Corp said on Thursday they were withdrawing staff and implementing storm precautions at their U.S. Gulf of Mexico offshore facilities ahead of a brewing tropical storm.A weather disturbance over the Gulf of Mexico could become a tropical storm by Friday and take aim at the Louisiana and Mississippi coasts, the U.S. National Weather Service said on Thursday.“All of our facilities have plans to prepare for weather-related events and are implementing those procedures,” Occidental said on its website. It did not comment on production.Chevron said it had removed non-essential staff from three U.S. Gulf of Mexico oil platforms and fully evacuated a fourth.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (June 2021)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (June 2021)
USCG Fleet Modernization Annual