Japan’s MLIT will build the country’s first LNG bunkering tankers aimed at strengthening Nagoya ports’ competitiveness.
The purchase of the vessel, which has already been managed by the Bremen-based group on behalf of its previous owners, is to support the expansion of its own offshore service activities, the company said.
Access to gas reserves and change-in-destination clauses boost Malaysian LNG exports.
GasLog COO Richard Sadler talks about how working in war zones and reshaping Lloyd’s Register have given him the tools to cope with volatile transformation in the LNG market.
A recent DPC roundtable explored the interplay between emerging technology and dredging to highlight the issues both driving forward implementation and also holding back the sector.
Jan De Nul Group’s new dredgers are able to operate cost-efficiently while still meeting the requirements of various regulations for vessel emissions
Strict sanctions imposed by China, Iran, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and the United States in recent years have created uncertainty for the maritime industry as crews may find themselves in precarious situations, particularly when it comes to visas.
Both companies said the establishment of the shipbuilding JV will help financially troubled Jiangzhou Union Shipbuilding to restore client’s faith and restructure its shipbuilding business.
Sincere Navigation’s newbuilding order fell through after shipbuilder STX Offshore & Shipbuilding failed to secure refund guarantees.
Shipping Corporation of India has sold its LPG carrier pair for demolition amid the depressed market following the slump in local steel prices.