Turkey’s Karadeniz will in the next two weeks begin supplying Zambia with electricity from a power-generating ship as it looks to take advantage of chronic shortages in Africa, the company said on Wednesday.
Archives for March 2016
Noble Corporation plc reported its newbuild jackup rig, the Noble Lloyd Noble, sustained damage on February 28, 2016 following the collapse of a shipyard crane boom operating near the rig.
Two luxury yachts recently received the final stamp to join the fleet classified by RINA, one of the leading pleasure craft classification companies in the Middle East.
Danish shipping company D/S Norden said the dry cargo market reached its lowest point last year and will not recover this year under the weight of overcapacity and the Chinese economy’s transition away from an industrial economy.
Women have played only a minor role in shipping, shipbuilding and related areas up to the present. But the decision makers in the industries are beginning to recognise their potential in view of the current shortage of skilled people.
ABS, a leading provider of classification and technical services to the global marine and offshore industries, congratulates Cheniere Energy, Inc. on its commissioning cargo from the Sabine Pass LNG Terminal.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has published a new edition of the ICS Bridge Procedures Guide, widely acknowledged as the principal shipping industry guidance on best practice for safe navigation, which is used by seafarers and training institutes worldwide.
On February 22, a new, advanced 14,000-TEU containership entered the NYK fleet after being delivered at the Kure shipyard of Japan Marine United Corporation.
Frontline, one of the world’s largest independent tanker firms, says securing insurance for cargoes carrying oil from Iran is likely to take another two to three months, potentially limiting Iran’s ability to quickly ramp up oil exports.