Daily Archives: September 5, 2016

Ocean Rig loses drillship

Rate this article By Offshore Energy Today Struggling offshore driller Ocean Rig UDW has amended its credit facility signed with DNB Bank in February 2015 for up to $475 million. To remind, the original loan deal was signed by Ocean Rig’s subsidiary Drillship Alonissos Shareholders, and the owner of the Ocean Rig Apollo drillship, with…

France’s Dunkirk LNG terminal books 2nd commissioning cargo

Rate this article By LNG World News France’s fourth LNG import terminal in the port of Dunkirk is scheduled to receive its second commissioning cargo at the end of the week. Data from the Dunkirk port reveals the cargo, sourced at Peru’s export facility at Pampa Melchorita and being transported aboard the 136,600-cbm LNG carrier…

Tamar partners, IEC revise gas delivery dates

Rate this article By Offshore Energy Today Partners in the Noble Energy-operated Tamar gas field offshore Israel have amended the previously signed gas sales deal with its largest customer Israel Electric Corporation. The part of the original deal that’s been amended is related to the exercising of the option to increase the gas quantities the…

Offshore Energy 2016: Technical sessions on Decommissioning

Rate this article By _Offshore_Energy_Today_ Offshore Energy event not only offers an exhibition floor where companies and visitors can do business, network and learn more about products and services, we also offer an extensive conference program. Ten technical sessions, side events, keynotes, the Offshore WIND Conference and much more. Technical Session: Decommissioning: Status and regulations…

Lenders support Prosafe’s refinancing plan

Rate this article By Offshore Energy Today.. Prosafe, an operator of semi-submersible accommodation vessels, has gained support from its lenders for the proposed refinancing plan announced in July this year. Prosafe said on Monday that all lenders of the company’s $1.3 billion and $288 million bank facilities have now confirmed their approval in favor of…

Chioggia Ship

Rate this article The launching of the largest ship for maritime and dredging works: made by Victoria Shipyards, Adria has an excavator designed to record the work of excavation and dredging of the seabed and channels in the Mediterranean Sea. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Technology

Petronet LNG’s net profit climbs 55 pct

Rate this article By LNG World News The Kochi LNG terminal (Image: Petronet LNG)Petronet LNG, India’s largest importer of the chilled fuel, reported a 55 percent rise in its net profit for the quarter ended June 30. The company posted a net profit of 3.77 billion rupees for the quarter ended June 30, 2016 as…

ALE tests huge crane ahead of FPSO integration job

Rate this article By Offshore Energy Today ALE Heavy Lift, a UK-based heavy-lift and transportation specialist, is testing what it says it the world’s largest capacity land-based crane, the AL.SK350, ahead of the real work on an FPSO integration. The testing is being conducted in Brazil, where the crane has been rigged for the first…