REM PIONEER

Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Multi Purpose Offshore Vessel 2014-06-06 Bahamas NASSAU
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
9686821 7000663 C6BF7
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
117.35 22 8377 2513 7200

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Container Losses in the Rolling Seas

Container Losses in the Rolling Seas

10 minutes ago
Cargoes have come off ships at sea it seems like forever.  Some years ago a ship suffered a casualty transiting the English Channel in a storm.  Much of its cargo of lumber and other floating items washed ashore on the southwest English coast.  Before the authorities could arrive, enterprising local residents gathered it up.Nowadays, the majority of non-bulk cargo is carried in containers.  Container ships have gotten larger and are capable of carrying thousands and thousands of containers.  The ships have greater length, greater breadth, and greater draft.  They also have greater air draft.
Euronav Posts Record Q2 Result, but Says Floating Storage Demand Dissipating

Euronav Posts Record Q2 Result, but Says Floating Storage Demand Dissipating

2 hours ago
Belgian tanker operator Euronav reported record-high second-quarter earnings on Thursday but warned that floating storage demand had eased sooner than it expected.The company, which operates shipping and storage of crude oil, benefited from soaring demand for oil storage at sea as buyers struggled to find storage space on land for surplus crude during a global economic slump caused by the coronavirus pandemic.“Tanker markets continued to deliver strong earnings throughout Q2 and into the early part of the third quarter", Chief Executive Hugo De Stoop said in a statement, but noted floating storage requirements declined sooner than it expected.
U.S. Sends First Crude Shipment to Saudi Arabia in Years

U.S. Sends First Crude Shipment to Saudi Arabia in Years

3 hours ago
The United States sent a shipment of crude to Saudi Arabia in June, data from the U.S. Census Bureau showed on Wednesday, in what appears to be the first such delivery since the U.S. ban on crude exports ended in 2015.The United States shipped about 550,000 barrels, or 18,300 barrels per day (bpd), of crude to Saudi Arabia in June, U.S. Census data shows. The U.S. Energy Information Administration has no recorded instances of a U.S. crude shipment to Saudi Arabia.U.S. Census data shows a miniscule 1,000-barrel shipment to Saudi Arabia in 2002. That was during the four-decade ban on exports.
How Technology Can Help Shipping Companies Recover from the COVID-19 Crisis

How Technology Can Help Shipping Companies Recover from the COVID-19 Crisis

5 hours ago
The global coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on society and on business. Working from home has become the new normal and many industries have quickly adjusted. But in an industry as traditional as shipping, this is causing a major shake-up, not least in the uptake of technology.According to satcom specialist IEC Telecom, the demand for digital technology has risen tenfold as maritime businesses embrace new ways of working during the coronavirus pandemic.Another recent study from members of Maritime Singapore highlights that when companies digitalize their processes, they increase their performance, focus more deeply on innovation, and create more value.
ST Engineering Halter Marine and Offshore Upgrades 'Signet Warhorse II' Propulsion

ST Engineering Halter Marine and Offshore Upgrades 'Signet Warhorse II' Propulsion

3 hours ago
Mississippi-based ST Engineering Halter Marine and Offshore has recently won a contract to retrofit new propulsion and maneuvering systems on an ocean towing tug, Signet Warhorse II, for Signet Maritime Corporation.The scope of work included removing existing shafts and fixed-pitched propellers to be replaced with Controllable Pitch Propellers consisting of shaft bearings and shafts. Auxiliary components including the oil distribution box and feedback unit were integrated into the machinery space.The existing bow tunnel thruster was replaced with a retractable azimuth thruster.