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Wilhelmsen Ship Management adds UK office, targets ambitious growth
Angelicoussis back at DSME for another LNG carrier
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Negligent homicide charge dropped against commander of USS Fitzgerald
Yangzijiang wins more newcastlemax orders
Cox Oil agrees on $322m buyout of EGC
GMS adds to its growing operational fleet
Shelf Drilling to list in Oslo on Monday
Shelf Drilling IPO oversubscribed
Rowan jackup gets three-year Saudi Aramco contract
Hyundai Heavy runs out of offshore work
Korea’s largest steel mill gets shipping partners to install scrubbers
Sungdong Shipbuilding seeks new owners
Ocean Network Express shifts from road to rail in the UK
COSL secures jackup contracts from Aramco
Worker dies after falling off ship at Beihai Shipbuilding
Cosco’s huge swathe of boxships still to deliver this year puts liners on edge
Cosco offers US authorities Long Beach terminal solution to solve OOCL takeover
BLUE Communications: Trust, transparency, brands and shipping
Pillarstone: Premuda’s back in the market in buying mood
Confitarma: Traditional shipping companies at risk in Italy
Dorian LPG: The case for an alternative ship fuel
Posidonia: Records tumble as 50th anniversary approaches
This is why jackup rig dayrates will double
The Great Reversal: US crude and the diverse forces shaping tanker markets
Could ship finance help resolve crew abandonment?
Are we nearing peak container?
Drilling into human data at sea
Dreams, delusions or fantasies: Making sense of the G7, SCO and China’s BRI
Should HMM stay or go?
How to approach the rebound in container vessel owner values
Buoyant Posidonia paints its own picture of the markets
Money for the masses
Swissco appoints new CEO
Singapore: OSV operator Swissco Holdings has announced the appointment of Alex Yeo as its new ceo to replace the outgoing Kang Hwee Meng. Yeo will be responsible for overseeing the overall management and daily operations the...
EMS offloads stake in Sâ€™pore drilling services firm
Singapore: EMS Energy a 40% stake in Oilfield Services & Supplies (OSS) to Ong See Kong for S$8.5m. OSS is involved in distributing downhole drilling products and...
Gentingâ€™s fleet on track to grow to 22 ships by 2016
Manila: Genting Hong Kong, the company behind brands Star Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line, says it will have a combined fleet of 22 ships by 2016, up from...
Boxes to shift to ease Manila congestion
Manila: Anyone who has ever been to the Philippine capital will have suffered from its chronic traffic problems. Keen to fix them, the government is to go about...
Sarawak keen to grow shipbuilding expertise
Kuala Lumpur: With national government keen to boost Malaysia’s shipbuilding output to 2% of global output Sarawak is keen not to miss out. Local...
Celebrity debut in Singapore
Singapore: The arrival on Friday of the Celebrity Millennium in Singapore kicks off the ship’s maiden Asian season. The 91,000 gt ship owned by...
Energy firms swarm to Bangladesh
Dhaka: Bangladesh invited bids yesterday from international companies to explore offshore oil and gas reserves. Nine shallow-water and three deep-water blocks...
SSE to introduce Chinaâ€™s first dry bulk and oil import indices
Shanghai: Shanghai Shipping Exchange(SSE) is going to introduce China’s first dry bulk and oil import indices on Wednesday this week. CDFI and CTFI will focus...
Interest hots up in Yang Mingâ€™s expansion plans
Taipei: Both Taiwan’s CSBC and Nantong Cosco KHI Ship Engineering have submitted bids for Yang Ming’s tender for ten 14,000 teu ships. They are joined by...
Another former Richards Butler lawyer joins Howse Williams Bowers
Hong Kong: David Coogans has joined Hong Kong law firm Howse Williams Bowers. Previously he headed up Holman Fenwick & Willan’s Sydney office. “David...
Teo heading back to Dalian
Dalian: Once again SS Teo, the boss of Singapore’s Pacific International Lines (PIL), is being linked with orders in his preferred yard, Dalian Shipbuilding...
Offshore not the cure for all yards
Shanghai: Many Chinese shipbuilders are trying to expand their business into the new emerging offshore sector at present, however, it may not be the best way out of...
Haisheng disposes of two chemical tankers
Hong Kong: China Shipping Haisheng Hong Kong has sold two chemical tankers to Jiangmen Yinhu Ship Recycling Yard for $2.064m. The company said the ships were too out...
Log run for Fednav in Asia
Singapore: Canada’s largest dry bulk player, Fednav, is looking to build its presence in Asia and specifically boosting its log carrying...
CNOOCâ€™s first well in Cambodian waters completed
Beijing: China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) has become the first Chinese company to complete a well drilling in Cambodian waters. No oil and gas...
CCS stops certifying Iranian vessels
Beijing: China Classification Society has stopped verifying safety and environmental standards for Iranian ships, and become the last of the world’s top...
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