|Type||Date of Build||FlagValue||RegisterValue||Port of Regestry|
|Tank Barge||Oct 18 2001 12:00AM||United States of America||1110781||SEATTLE, WA|
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|Legnth||Breadth||Gross tonnage||Net tonnage||Deadweight tonnage|
SASANOA Owner, Manager, Shipyard
Skagit County Public Works and Seattle-based vessel designer Glosten are seeking proposals from electrical integrators to provide the vessel and shore electrical systems and the automated charging plug for the all-electric ferry design to replace the M/V Guemes.The Washington State Legislature recently passed SHB1502, providing authority for the county to select this equipment during the vessel’s contract design. The selected integrator will be required in the bid specifications for vessel construction at a shipyard and for shore side terminal modifications performed in Anacortes.
Oslo-listed Borealis Finance said Thursday it had sold 10 container ships for $203,550,000 in total and that it had informed Nordic Trustee it would prepay $188,000,000 outstanding under its Bond Issue.The company did not say who the buyers were but said the vessels were on Thursday delivered to new owners. It is possible that the buyer is Global Ship Lease, as Borealis in June said it had agreed to sell twelve container vessels to Global Ship Lease, Inc. for a total consideration of $233.89 million.
Shipbuilder Metal Shark has introduced the 38 Defiant NXT, described as a next-generation welded aluminum monohull pilothouse model based on the company’s 38 Defiant platform. The first new vessel, “Fire Boat 2,” has been delivered to Orange Beach Fire Rescue in Alabama.Since 2011, Metal Shark has delivered over 100 legacy model 38 Defiant vessels, in a wide range of configurations to fire departments, law enforcement agencies, the US Coast Guard and Navy, and multiple foreign militaries worldwide."The new 38 Defiant NXT utilizes the same proven hull form but with an entirely new topsides arrangement designed by Metal Shark’s in-house engineering team," Metal Shark said Thursday.
Singapore LNG Corp, operator of the city-state's liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, is designing a new facility to extract chemicals from the super-chilled fuel, in a project that could help boost the island's energy security.The company said on Wednesday it is working with Keppel Infrastructure through its wholly-owned subsidiary Keppel Energy and another industry partner on front-end engineering and design (FEED) for a natural gas liquids extraction facility at the terminal in Jurong Island, located in western Singapore.
The oil and gas sector continues to rebound from the great downturn, though regional surges of Covid-19 have been spooking the market, causing crude prices to be a bit volatile over the past two weeks. But, the near-term outlook remains very positive. This is the conclusion of the in-depth market analysis in the July 2021 Floating Production Systems Report - a go-to database for all things FPSO/FPU - just released by International Maritime Associates/World Energy Reports (IMA/WER).Asked what is driving the positive sentiment, WER’s Chairman Jim McCaul explains that, “crude inventory has continued to fall as oil demand rebounds and OPEC+ oil producers restrain supply.