Teekay’s ice-class Arc7 LNG carriers have been pushing through the Arctic ice all year, delivering cargo from Sabetta in Northern Russia to markets around the world.
As a result, the Company has increased its liquidity position by approximately $60 million after the repayment of outstanding debt related to these vessels.
Take a look at this timelapse captured by Navion Oslo’s Captain Zuzelski as the vessel approached the Remontowa yard in Poland.
Two years and nine months after the contract signing, the last Heritage Class newbuilding shuttle tanker is ready to sail to her home port of St. John’s, Newfoundland and join her sister vessels.
Soon after delivery at the end of January, Eduard Toll made its way to complete both it’s first loading at Sabetta Terminal Russia and first discharge in Montoir, France.
Teekay announced that ALP Maritime has taken official delivery of ALP Keeper in Okayama, Japan. The vessel left the yard soon after the signing ceremony showing off her manoeuvrability to all people on the quay side.
Eduard Toll is the fourth of 15 Arc7 LNG carriers being built for the Yamal LNG project and Teekay’s first of six LNG Carrier Newbuildings contracted to service the project.
On Thursday, 18th January Albwardy Damen in Sharjah hosted a naming ceremony for the world’s biggest Rotortug®, the ART 100-46 RT Raven.
The vessel got a frosty welcome as she approached Philadelphia earlier this month.
New shuttle tanker concept developed by the world’s largest provider of shuttle tanker services; TEEKAY, in close cooperation with Wärtsilä.