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 Bw Catcher  (Tanker)
vor 3 Std von arnekiel

Catcher FPSO on sea trials before sailaway
BW Offshore-owned floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel BW Catcher, built for Premier Oil-operated Catcher development in the UK sector of the North Sea, is undergoing marine trials in Singapore ahead of its departure to final offshore location. Earlier this week, Premier Oil launched a video of the FPSO starting its marine trials off Singapore. The unit is scheduled to leave the shipyard and head to the UK this month. The FPSO was built by Keppel’s shipyard where a naming ceremony was held in April. The vessel is 241 meters long, 50 meters wide and 27 meters deep and it will be able to process up to 60,000 barrels of oil a day. The Catcher development, made up of several fields discovered between 2010 and 2013, is located 170 kilometers south-east of Aberdeen. The development entails 22 subsea wells, 14 producers and 8 water injectors, on the Catcher, Varadero and Burgman fields which will be tied back to the leased BW CATCHER FPSO. Upon completion, the vessel will be on a seven-year fixed term and 18 years of options contract with Premier Oil. At the end of July Premier Oil was working to complete the last of twelve wells scheduled for completion pre-first oil and the project remains on track for start-up in 2017. source: Offshore Energy Today Staff

 Cs Recorder  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 3 Std von arnekiel

Global Marine Group secures cable contract for Rampion Offshore Wind Farm
Global Marine Group (GMG), a leading provider of offshore engineering services to the renewables, telecommunications and oil & gas industries, announced that it has been awarded a contract from E.ON, an international, privately-owned energy supplier focused on renewables, energy networks and customer solutions, to install a fibre optic cable at the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm, under construction 13km off the coast of Sussex, UK. Upon completion the cable will run from the shore to an offshore substation, providing a vital communications link for this major wind farm. The installation is expected to be completed later this month. CWind, which is part of the GMG and is responsible for delivering the Company’s power capabilities, will execute the contract and will utilise the Group’s capable assets and project engineering team. The installation will centre on a 96-fibre armoured cable supplied from Hexatronic, installed by the CS RECORDER using the proven Hi-Plough to ensure appropriate cable protection in the hard chalk seabed.

 Star Of Sawara  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Std von arnekiel

Ocean Longevity seals deal for panamax bulker
Hong Kong-based bulker owner Ocean Longevity is in the market, snapping up secondhand Japanese-built tonnage. Brokers tell Splash that the owner has added new ships to its 25-strong fleet list. The latest addition is the 2008-built panamax bulker,Star Of Sawara , at what appears to be an off-market deal with Japanese owner Chiba Shipping for just under $14m. splash247.com/oce...

vor 3 Std von arnekiel

Major Cruise Ships Will Still Call at Barcelona Following Terror Attack
Most major cruise ships scheduled to stop in Barcelona, Spain, over the next few days will continue with their schedule as planned despite the terror attack on Thursday which left 13 people dead and 100 injured in the touristic center of Las Ramblas. Barcelona calls scheduled for liners from Oceania Cruises, MSC Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line will take place as normal on Friday and over the weekend, USA Today reports. A statement by Oceania Cruises, published by Cruise Critic, said the company was "monitoring the situation in Barcelona" and the "safety and security" of its guests and crew was its "top priority." A spokesperson from the parent company of Royal Caribbean told USA Today that its executives hadn't made a decision yet about its scheduled calls in the Spanish city's harbor. fortune.com/2017/...

vor 3 Std von arnekiel

City to start negotiating Berth 4 expansion for larger ships
The Ketchikan City Council voted Thursday to start negotiations with Ketchikan Dock Co. on ways to reconfigure Berth 4 of the downtown dock to accommodate larger ships. Ketchikan Dock Co. leases Berth 4 from the city. That berth would be the easiest and least expensive of the city’s four cruise ship berths to expand, according to a study the city commissioned. There were some concerns about expanding it, though. Some local business owners were worried about how the project might affect their waterfront properties. https://www.krbd.org/2017...

vor 4 Std von arnekiel

Search continues for missing Army aviators off Oahu
HONOLULU — Responders searched throughout the night and are continuing the search Saturday for five missing Army aviators from a downed Army UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter approximately two miles west of Ka’ena Point. The search area is as much as 160 miles offshore from Ka’ena point having continued to expand since the incident due to the currents and swells in the area. Fixed-wing aviation assets and the Galveston Island are searching the leading edge southwest of Kauai while the helicopters and Walnut are concentrating efforts roughly 35 miles offshore of Ka’ena Point. Shoreline crews are active along the north shore of Ka’ena Point to Dillingham and along the southern shore of Kauai. coastguardnews.co...

vor 4 Std von arnekiel

MSCC Bronka to purchase one more LHM 800 SWL crane of 302 t in capacity
MSCC Bronka (Multipurpose Sea Cargo Complex Bronka, Big Port St. Petersburg) is going to purchase the second LHM 800 SWL crane (302 t) to expand the range of cargo handled at its terminals, especially heavy and long cargo. As MSCC Bronka told IAA PortNews, total capacity of the two cranes will make 500 t. Besides, MSCC Bronka is set expand its fleet of equipment with other equipment. en.portnews.ru/ne...

vor 4 Std von arnekiel

Fjord Line doubles the capacity on the fastest route between Norway and Denmark
After three years of solid growth on the route between Kristiansand (Norway) and Hirtshals (Denmark), the Norwegian shipping company Fjord Line invests in a new high speed catamaran ferry. The investment will improve the Fjord Line offerings in regard of higher capacity, increased comfort, more departures and a stretched sailing season compared to the present service, the company announces in its press release. The Australian shipbuilder Austal Ships Pty Ltd has been commissioned to build the ship, which will represent a new technological standard and provide clear environmental gains on the route. The vessel will be ready to enter into revenue service from the 2020-season. The new ship will be able to carry 1,200 passengers and more than 400 cars - almost double from today's capacity. The tax-free shop on board will be twice as large compared with today’s vessel and guests will be able to choose from three exciting food concepts on their journey.

 50 Let Pobedy  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 4 Std von arnekiel

Atomic icebreaker 50 Let Pobedy sets speed record for reaching the North Pole
The atomic icebreaker 50 Let Pobedy has set a new record, making the journey from Murmansk to the North Pole in just 79 hours. This is twice as fast as the journey made by the icebreaker Arktika, which in 1977 became the first surface vessel to reach the North Pole, according to Andrei Smirnov, director of Atomflot Shipping. The atomic icebreaker 50 Let Pobedy reached the North Pole at 2.33 am Moscow time on August 17, 2017, making the journey to commemorate the Arktika’s historic voyage which took place in 1977. The route was covered in record time, 79 hours from departure from Atomflot’s dock in Murmansk, Smirnov said. 40 years ago the journey lasted for 176 hours, with the Arktika leaving Murmansk at 8 pm Moscow time on August 9, 1977, and arriving at the North Pole at 4 am Moscow time on August 17.

vor 4 Std von arnekiel

Port of Cardiff Invests Over £4 Million to Support Steel Sector
ABP South Wales are investing over £4 million into warehouse improvements and handling equipment at the port of Cardiff in order to support customers in the steel, forest products, and other general cargo sectors. In April 2016, ABP South Wales took over the stevedoring of steel and general cargo operations at Cardiff from a third party provider. This investment forms part of a long-term plan to continually improve the infrastructure and equipment the port provides to these customers. The £4 million investment includes new warehousing, upgrades to existing warehouses, and new port handling equipment.

vor 4 Std von arnekiel

Kochi terminal can open growth valve for Petronet LNG
Petronet LNGBSE 0.42 %’s stock has been range-bound over the past four months following expectations of moderation in imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG). This could change if the company reports better-than-expected growth, considering the improving capacity utilisation at its Kochi terminal and possibility of higher demand. The capacity utilisation of the Kochi terminal has nearly doubled in the June 2017 quarter from levels of 5-6% in the past two years due to increased offtake by fertiliser maker FACT and upgradation of BPCL’s Kochi refinery. In addition, the Kochi-Mangalore pipeline laid by GAILBSE 1.83 % is expected to start operations by December 2018, which is expected to tap over 1 million tonne per annum (mtpa) of potential demand. Analysts expect offtake of 0.7 mtpa and 1 mtpa of gas for FY18 and FY19 respectively, which implies 14 per cent and 20 per cent capacity utilisation.

vor 4 Std von arnekiel

Saudi Arabia installing cranes at Yemen ports to boost aid delivery
Saudi Arabia said on Thursday it was installing four cranes at three ports in Yemen to help boost humanitarian aid deliveries and was ready to assist with installing cranes at the key port of Hodeidah once it was under control of a neutral party. The Saudi mission to the United Nations said in a statement that the cranes were being installed at the ports of Aden, Mukalla and Al-Mokha – which are all under the control of a Saudi-led military coalition fighting in Yemen. The coalition has said it was determined to help Yemen’s government retake all areas of the country held by Houthi militia, including Hodeidah port, and would ensure alternative entry routes for badly needed food and medicine.

 Arctic Sunrise  (Sportboot)
vor 4 Std von arnekiel

Norway Arrests Greenpeace Ship and 35 Activists During Protest at Arctic Oil Well
Norwegian authorities have detained Greenpeace vessel Arctic Sunrise after a protest at a Statoil contracted drilling rig at Norway’s northernmost oil field in the Barents Sea, the environmental group said in a statement. Greenpeace said the vessel and 35 activists were unlawfully detained after entering the exclusion zone of Statoil’s Korpfjell well, halting drilling operations for the Songa Enabler semi-submersible. The ship, activists and crew members were all arrested by the Norwegian Coast Guard, the group said. Greenpeace said it hopes the protest will send a message to the Norwegian government to stop oil drilling in the Arctic. gcaptain.com/norw...

 Al-misbar  (Passagierschiff)
vor 4 Std von arnekiel

Iraqi service ship sinks after collision with bulk carrier ROYAL ARSENAL, 4 dead 7 missing
Bulk carrier ROYAL ARSENAL collided with service ship AL-MISBAR in Khor Abdallah Channel soon after leaving Umm Qasr, Iraq, at around 1730 UTC Aug 19. Service ship AL-MISBAR with 21 people on board sank, only 10 were rescued, 4 bodies recovered, 7 are counted missing as of morning Aug 20. AL-MISBAR was owned and operated by Iraq Ports Authorities. ROYAL ARSENAL was brought to anchor near grounding site in Channel, at 0330 UTC Aug 20 she was in the same position.

 Royal Arsenal  (Frachtschiff)
vor 4 Std von arnekiel

Iraqi service ship sank in collision with bulk carrier off Umm Qasr, 4 dead 7 missing
Bulk carrier ROYAL ARSENAL collided with service ship AL-MISBAR in Khor Abdallah Channel soon after leaving Umm Qasr, Iraq, at around 1730 UTC Aug 19. Service ship AL-MISBAR with 21 people on board sank, only 10 were rescued, 4 bodies recovered, 7 are counted missing as of morning Aug 20. AL-MISBAR was owned and operated by Iraq Ports Authorities. ROYAL ARSENAL was brought to anchor near grounding site in Channel, at 0330 UTC Aug 20 she was in the same position.

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