Remote ocean Supply Takes Delivery of its New AHTS Vessel from India

May 25, 2017 News

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Remote ocean Supply today reported that it has taken conveyance of the newbuilding AHTS vessel “Ocean Stoat” from ABG Shipyard, India.

“Ocean Stoat” is the ninth AHTS vessel conveyed from ABG and finishes up the arrangement of newbuilding AHTS vessels from ABG to Deep Sea Supply.

The Deep Sea Supply armada now comprises of 15 AHTS and 8 PSVs, in all out 23 vessels. Notwithstanding the current armada, Deep Sea Supply has one substantial PSV under development at STX OSV in Brazil.

UK: XER, Teekay Ink LoI for Provision of Shuttle Tanker

May 25, 2017 News

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Xcite Energy declares that its 100% backup, Xcite Energy Resources Limited (“XER”), has marked a letter of aim (“LoI”) with Teekay Shipping Norway AS (“Teekay”) for the arrangement of a van tanker for the approaching Phase 1A of the Bentley field improvement program.

The LoI suspects that XER and Teekay will go into a complete understanding for one of Teekay’s progressively situated transport tankers inside three months, taking after which the bus tanker is relied upon to be utilized as the as a part of field stockpiling and offtake office for Bentley raw petroleum from the Phase 1A generation.

Remarking on today’s declaration, Exploration and Development Director, Steve Kew said:

“We are satisfied to have secured a capacity and offtake vessel, which will have a key influence in Phase 1A and first oil from the Bentley Field. As another critical stride in the general anticipating the field improvement, it additionally serves to highlight the simultaneous movement that is in progress while we anticipate the important endorsements from DECC.

USA: Port of Kalama Welcomes ‘Storm Rider’ on its Maiden Voyage

May 25, 2017 News

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The Port of Kalama is respected to welcome a first journey from the global ship, Storm Rider, this end of the week. The 22 ton mass bearer is stacking wheat at the port for shipment to Manzanita, Mexico. The ship, which hails from Cyprus, is worked by Grecomar Shipping and Agencies and is captained by Konstantinos Pantazis.

As indicated by Port of Kalama showcasing director, Liz Newman, the Storm Rider uses best in class innovation for auto-route and an observing framework that cautions the whole ship if there is an issue at the extension or wheelhouse. “I was flabbergasted to discover that the ship additionally keeps running on 8,800 pull – incomprehensible!” says Newman.

Newman, who met the group this week, says a draw for the worldwide guests to Kalama and Cowlitz County are the neighborhood Wal-Mart stores. “The team went by the Woodland, Washington Wal-Mart this week and obtained assorted presents for family back home. They likewise feasted at Kalama’s Columbia Inn. We are charmed to showcase our district and seek the group returns after numerous more visits.”

The Port of Kalama, which is situated on the profound draft Columbia River? instantly neighboring Interstate 5 and the mainline railroad, is home to a portion of the biggest grain terminals on the west drift. Two grain terminals and a profound draft break-mass terminal are situated on the stream.

UAE: ADPC Signs MoU with Duisport

May 25, 2017 News

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Abu Dhabi Ports Company (APDC) marked a MoU with Duisport within the sight of a high positioning exchange mission from Germany. The marking, which occurred at the Emirates Palace, was gone to by Capt. Mohamed Juma Al-Shamisi, Vice President Ports Unit at the Abu Dhabi Ports Company and the exchange appointment, under the authority of German President Christian Wulff and within the sight of Erich Staake, President and Chief Executive Officer of Duisburger Hafen AG-Duisport.

The MoU comes as a consequence of a participation understanding that had been set amid a visit made by Erich Staake to Abu Dhabi in October 2011 and offers full administration bundles of framework and superstructure for the Ports and coordinations areas.

Remarking on the marking, Capt. Shamisi, said: “We are pleased to welcome President Christian Wulff and Erich Staake, President and Chief Executive Officer of Duisburger Hafen AG-Duisport to Abu Dhabi. The MoU is an announcement of our proceeded with association with the German Federal Government and we anticipate proceeded with participation amongst ADPC and Duisport.”

Erich Staake, President and Chief Executive Officer of Duisburger Hafen AG-Duisport, said: “We are satisfied that Duisport can give its know-how to a standout amongst the most essential ports in this quickly creating locale. This participation assention speaks to a further imperative stride in our internationalization methodology, which is as a rule constantly created.”

The Abu Dhabi Ports Company is in charge of all business port and coordinations exercises in Abu Dhabi, going from Al Sila in the west on the fringe with Saudi Arabia, up to the new Khalifa Port in the east, because of open in Q4 2012. This port, built in the ocean, will serve as the entryway to the Khalifa Industrial Zone (Kizad), a modern range that at 417 square kilometers is among the biggest on the planet. Notwithstanding building up the framework associations and upgrading port administration, Duisport will likewise inspect distribution center operations in detail to accomplish higher effectiveness. Toward the start of 2012, master groups from both sides will begin work to make itemized assentions.

Norway: Rolls-Royce Wins Design and Integrated Systems Package for Two OSVs

May 25, 2017 News

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Rolls-Royce, the worldwide power frameworks organization, today reported that it has won a £15 million request, to give the plan, coordinated power and impetus frameworks and deck hardware for two seaward administration vessels for ship proprietor Island Offshore. The agreement incorporates a possibility for an extra four vessels.

Per Kristian Furø, Rolls-Royce, General Sales Manager – Offshore said: “We have worked intimately with Island Offshore in the course of the most recent decade to build up an extensive variety of cutting edge and exceptionally effective stage supply and subsea benefit vessels. This long standing relationship has brought about 40 vessels being conveyed or under development.”

The most recent Rolls-Royce UT 717 CD stage supply vessels requested by Island Offshore will include a coordinated power and impetus framework fusing primary motors, controllable pitch propellers, bow and stern thrusters, deck hardware and a mechanization and control framework.

The vessels will be worked at the STX OSV yard in Brevik, Norway and will be prepared for conveyance in the last 50% of 2013.

Notwithstanding this most recent request, Island Offshore has a further three UT vessels under development to be conveyed from the Brevik yard. This incorporates two exceedingly effective LNG controlled seaward vessels.

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  • Norway: Rolls-Royce Wins Design and Integrated Systems Package for Two OSVs

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    Rolls-Royce, the worldwide power frameworks organization, today reported that it has won a £15 million request, to give the plan, coordinated power and impetus frameworks and deck hardware for two seaward administration vessels for ship proprietor Island Offshore. The agreement incorporates a possibility for an extra four vessels. Per Kristian Furø, Rolls-Royce, General Sales Manager […]

  • USA: Port of Kalama Welcomes 'Storm Rider' on its Maiden Voyage

    by on May 25, 2017 - 0 Comments

    The Port of Kalama is respected to welcome a first journey from the global ship, Storm Rider, this end of the week. The 22 ton mass bearer is stacking wheat at the port for shipment to Manzanita, Mexico. The ship, which hails from Cyprus, is worked by Grecomar Shipping and Agencies and is captained by […]

  • Remote ocean Supply Takes Delivery of its New AHTS Vessel from India

    by on May 25, 2017 - 0 Comments

    Remote ocean Supply today reported that it has taken conveyance of the newbuilding AHTS vessel “Ocean Stoat” from ABG Shipyard, India. “Ocean Stoat” is the ninth AHTS vessel conveyed from ABG and finishes up the arrangement of newbuilding AHTS vessels from ABG to Deep Sea Supply. The Deep Sea Supply armada now comprises of 15 […]

  • UK: XER, Teekay Ink LoI for Provision of Shuttle Tanker

    by on May 25, 2017 - 0 Comments

    Xcite Energy declares that its 100% backup, Xcite Energy Resources Limited (“XER”), has marked a letter of aim (“LoI”) with Teekay Shipping Norway AS (“Teekay”) for the arrangement of a van tanker for the approaching Phase 1A of the Bentley field improvement program. The LoI suspects that XER and Teekay will go into a complete […]

  • UAE: ADPC Signs MoU with Duisport

    by on May 25, 2017 - 0 Comments

    Abu Dhabi Ports Company (APDC) marked a MoU with Duisport within the sight of a high positioning exchange mission from Germany. The marking, which occurred at the Emirates Palace, was gone to by Capt. Mohamed Juma Al-Shamisi, Vice President Ports Unit at the Abu Dhabi Ports Company and the exchange appointment, under the authority of […]