The first Chinese-built hybrid emergency rescue vessel is powered by ABB’s bridge-to-propeller technologies, including Azipod electric propulsion, ESS and state-of-the-art automation and control solutions that further optimize operational efficiencies.
The ship collision of an oil tanker and a cargo ship in East China at around 3:39 am on Thursday has led to the death of at least 8 people while 6 other seafarers still remain missing.
In what was termed as a ‘workplace accident’, Chinese vessel Long Xing 629 has reported the death of an Indonesian crew member, on Tuesday, 11th Aug 2020. The death took place onboard the fishing ship while it was sailing off the coast of Peru.
At a time when border tensions between India and China are at an all-time high, India decided to hold a naval exercise with Japan in the Indian Ocean Region(IOR), towards the important shipping route of Malacca Strait.
The search for 14 Filipino fishermen is on after it was alleged that they went missing on the 28th of June, 2020, after the collision of their boat with a Hong Kong-flagged vessel, off the coast of Occidental Mindoro.
Wärtsilä has successfully managed and completed delivery of three large-scale regasification modules for China’s first new built LNG FSRU.
Sinopec, China’s leading energy and chemical company, has put China’s largest petrochemical port into operation with the successful docking and unloading of the New Renown, VLCC from the Middle East.
Qatar Petroleum announced that it has entered into an agreement to reserve LNG ship construction capacity in China to be utilized for Qatar Petroleum’s future LNG carrier fleet requirements, including those of its ongoing North Field expansion projects.
A decline in the rate of infections in China provides yards with the opportunity to re-organise their delivery schedules to address an approaching output slump