ALPHA HELIX

Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Special Purpose Vessel Feb 1 1966 12:00AM United States of America SEATTLE, WA
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
6600905 WSD7078
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
34.4424 9.4488 433 129 0

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Ocean Technologies Learning Platform for Wallem

Ocean Technologies Learning Platform for Wallem

19 minutes ago
Wallem has signed an agreement with the Ocean Technologies Group to implement its recently launched OCEAN Learning Platform.The OCEAN Learning Platform is designed to deliver blended learning, assessment and competency management solutions to improve knowledge, skills and behavioural development. The new platform will boost learner interaction and engagement and drive the very best learning outcomes. Wallem’s 7,000 seafarers will access training content on board and ashore, track their progress and follow designated learning paths.Implementing the platform is the next step in Wallem's strategy to deliver the highest level of safety and quality operations.
Keppel to Exit Offshore Rig Building Business

Keppel to Exit Offshore Rig Building Business

2 hours ago
Singapore's Keppel Offshore & Marine, a company famous for its offshore rig construction, is set to undergo a major transformation, look for opportunities as a developer and integrator of offshore energy and infrastructure assets, and exit the offshore rig building business.The company will be restructured into three parts, separating construction and ownership of legacy drilling rig assets from its core operations, "which will be slimmer, asset-light and people-light.""Keppel Corporation announced today that amidst the global energy transition and major disruptions facing the oil industry, the Company will carry out a comprehensive transformation of its wholly-owned subsidiary
Bulgartransgaz Takes 20% Stake in Greece's Gastrade

Bulgartransgaz Takes 20% Stake in Greece's Gastrade

21 minutes ago
Bulgartransgaz, the operator of the national natural gas transmission network of Bulgaria, has officially taken a 20% share in Greek company Gastrade that is developing an LNG floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) offshore Alexandroupolis. The agreement for Bulgartransgaz to take a 20 percent stake in Gastrade was signed back in August 2020. Following the approval granted by the Bulgarian Commission for Protection of Competition, the transaction became effective on Thursday, January 28. The Alexandroupolis LNG Terminal consists of the LNG Floating Storage and Regeneration Unit (FSRU) with a storage capacity of 170,000 cubic meters of LNG and a regasification capacity of at least 5.
Avenir Allegiance LNG Bunkering Vessel Launched in China

Avenir Allegiance LNG Bunkering Vessel Launched in China

44 minutes ago
Avenir LNG on Thursday announced the launch of the Avenir Allegiance, dubbed the world’s largest dual-purpose, LNG supply and bunkering vessel, built by CIMC Sinopacific Offshore & Engineering Co. (CIMC SOE).The vessel was launched at 7 am on January 27th, 2021 at Zhoushan Changhong International Shipyard Co. Ltd. Due for delivery from CIMC SOE in the third quarter of this year, the vessel will be the first 20,000cbm vessel to join the Avenir LNG fleet and the world’s largest LNG bunkering vessel, the company said.The Avenir Allegiance will be Cayman Island flagged and the 4th of 6 newbuilds delivered to Avenir LNG.
Corvus' Orca ESS for Asahi's All-Electric Tanker

Corvus' Orca ESS for Asahi's All-Electric Tanker

2 hours ago
Japan's Kawasaki Heavy Industries has ordered a Corvus Energy battery-based energy storage system (ESS) to integrate it into the zero-emissions all-electric propulsion and electrical systems aboard the “e5 tanker” under construction for Asahi Tanker.The battery-powered vessel was designed by e5 Lab Inc., a consortium of leading Japanese shipping and maritime services companies, including Asahi Tanker Co., Ltd., set up to build infrastructure services focused on electrically powered vessels. The vessel for Asahi Tanker is the first of two all-electric vessels to be built from the e5 Lab initiative and is expected to go into service in bunkering operations in Tokyo Bay by 2022.