Daily Archives: September 7, 2020

Estonia’s first hybrid ferry starts service

Rate this article By Naida Hakirevic Following its successful conversion, ferry Tõll has become the first hybrid passenger vessel in Estonia. Image Courtesy: Port of Tallinn/Raul Mee During the reconstruction works, which cost almost EUR 1.6 million, TS Laevad, a subsidiary company of the Port of Tallinn, installed batteries on board Tõll. The ship’s batteries…

Novatek charters Arctic LNG 2 fleet

Rate this article By Adnan Bajic Russia’s largest independent natural gas producer Novatek has signed long-term charter deals for 14 Arc7 ice-class tankers for its Arctic LNG 2 project. Courtesy of Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex The company noted in its statement on Monday it has signed deals with Smart LNG, a joint venture between Novatek and…

OFG buys CSEM capability from PGS

Rate this article By Adis Ajdin PGS and Ocean Floor Geophysics (OFG) have signed an agreement under which OFG has […] The post OFG buys CSEM capability from PGS appeared first on Offshore Energy. … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today

Gladstone August LNG exports slip

Rate this article By Adnan Bajic LNG exports from the three liquefaction plants located on Curtis Island off Gladstone dipped when compared to the corresponding month in 2019. Courtesy of Santos Gladstone Ports Corporation’s shipping data shows that the three liquefaction plants exported a total of 25 cargoes in August. In terms of volume, the…

Work starts on world’s 1st large containership LNG conversion

Rate this article By Mirza Duran China’s Huarun Dadong yard has started retrofitting Hapag-Lloyd’s ultra-large containership Sajir to use LNG as fuel, in a move claimed to be the world’s first such conversion. Sajir (Image: Hapag-Lloyd) The 15,000 TEU vessel arrived at the Shanghai yard on August 31 for the retrofit works including the installation…

Total relinquishes operatorship of five blocks off Brazil

Rate this article By Bojan Lepic French oil major Total has opted to resign from its role of operator for five exploration blocks, located in the Foz do Amazonas Basin offshore Brazil. The post Total relinquishes operatorship of… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today

Zvezda Shipbuilding cuts steel for 1st LNG-powered MR tanker

Rate this article By Jasmina Ovcina Russian Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex has cut steel for the first LNG-powered MR type product tanker from a series of three vessels ordered by the compatriot shipping major Sovcomflot in 2019. The steel cutting ceremony marks the beginning of the hull assembly of the ship. The LNG-powered MRs will be…