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Archives for August 2015
Teekay’s first unit for maintenance and safety (UMS), Arendal Spirit, is an advanced piece of engineering ensures a stable platform with high uptime and a large storage capacity. After the successful completion of acceptance tests in June, Arendal Spirit became home for many offshore workers.
MSC celebrated the christening of MSC Zoe, the third of MSC’s supersize ‘Oscar class’ series of 19,224 TEU vessels at the Port of Hamburg.
Some 20 people were reported injured when two cranes collapsed onto housing in a western Dutch town on Monday as they attempted to hoist a large section of a bridge into place across a waterway, the Dutch public broadcaster said.
The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) is supporting the professional development of seafarers by mapping Class One Certificates of Competency (unlimited) and Master Mariner Certificates to a Chartered Status qualification.
Singapore-based Norwegian gas shipping company BW Gas will provide Egypt with a liquefied natural gas (LNG) floating import terminal under a five-year contract, state company EGAS said on Monday, as the government grapples with energy shortages.
The PSC report aims to highlight trends and information regarding the number of inspections that are being conducted each quarter, the number of deficiencies that are being issued in each inspection as well as to identify the various ports where more than 3 detentions have been recorded during each quarter.