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October 16, 2017

Damen TSHD 650 Tommy Norton begins operations at Gippsland Lakes, Australia

The Tommy Norton, a Damen Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger (TSHD) 650 built at Damen Shipyards Yichang has been officially delivered to her proud owner, Gippsland Ports.
The first dredger to be built by Damen Shipyards Group for Australia, the 60-metre Tommy Norton has now started work to deliver safe and reliable ocean access for the commercial vessels, oil & gas suppliers and commercial fishing fleet that cross the entrance bar to the Gippsland Lakes area. The maintenance dredging also helps reduce the risk of flooding to local communities.


The end of the paper chase: DNV GL rolls out electronic certificates across entire fleet

In a historic first for the ship classification industry, DNV GL has commenced the roll out of IMO compliant electronic class and statutory certificates across its entire fleet. The widespread use of electronic certificates will result in significant efficiency gains for ship owners, charterers, regulators and crew, cutting down administrative burdens, processing time and document handling costs.
For the past few years, DNV GL has been working on pilot projects with several owners and flag administrations, to test and gain acceptance for the use of electronic certificates. This has resulted in almost 50 flag state administrations already having granted DNV GL the authority to issue electronic statutory certificates on their behalf, with more acceptances expected in the near future.


SCHOTTEL thrusters propel first Damen dredger for Australia

The first dredger built by Damen Shipyards Group for Australia, the 60-metre Tommy Norton has now started work to deliver safe and reliable ocean access for the commercial vessels, oil & gas suppliers and commercial fishing fleet that cross the entrance bar to the Gippsland Lakes area. Propulsion is provided by two SCHOTTEL Rudderpropellers type SRP 330 fixed pitch.


October 11, 2017

Wärtsilä uses start-up mindset to accelerate Intelligent Vessel outcomes

Wärtsilä opens the first of four Digital Acceleration Centres to speed up the innovation and co-creation with customers on a range of new business models and solutions, including the industry’s most advanced intelligent vessel and other ground-breaking projects.
The technology group Wärtsilä is changing the clock speed of the company by using Digital Acceleration Centres (DAC) to accelerate new business ideas. The first Digital Acceleration Centre has launched today in Helsinki, Finland; the second will open in December in Singapore and two further acceleration centres, one in Central Europe and one in North America, are anticipated during 2018. In addition “pop-up” DACs will be tested with customers around the globe.


October 10, 2017

Wärtsilä strengthens its expertise in vessel positioning technology by acquiring Guidance Marine

The technology group Wärtsilä has acquired Guidance Marine Limited, a privately owned company with offices in the UK, Singapore and the USA. Guidance Marine is recognised as a technology leader in the marine industry for sensor solutions relating to dynamic positioning and other vessel control systems, such as collision avoidance and remote control operations.


AMELS signs new 78-metre full custom yacht

Dutch luxury yacht builder AMELS is pleased to announce a new order for a 78-metre AMELS Full Custom yacht (256 ft) by Espen Øino with the contract signed during the Monaco Yacht Show 2017. When the yacht is delivered in 2021, it will be the largest AMELS by Gross Tonnage built to date.



October 09, 2017

Damen Workboat Festival combines hospitality with on-the-water experiences and knowledge sharing

Fine weather after a stormy morning and a wide range of vessels to view and try out on the water encouraged a good turnout of clients, industry partners and media at Damen’s second annual Workboat Festival. Held at Damen Shipyards’ HQ at Gorinchem, the event not only invited guests to experience a selection of smaller tugs, pilot boats, fast crew suppliers and a high-powered RIB, it also gave them the opportunity to explore themes that are very much at the forefront of the industry.


KONGSBERG completes Installation of Cutting-Edge Marine Ecosystem Assessment Solution on New Argentinian Research Ship

Kongsberg Maritime has successfully completed the installation of an extensive suite of Simrad marine ecosystem assessment technology aboard the Victor Angelescu, the Argentinian National Institute of Fisheries Research and Development’s (INIDEP) new oceanographic and fishing research vessel. Built at Spanish yard Astilleros Armon Vigo SA, the new 52m research ship is a silent vessel, which combined with the sophisticated Simrad marine ecosystem package will enable highly accurate survey results for Argentinian scientists.


MAN Diesel & Turbo Makes Pledge at International Ocean Conference

Engine-retrofit commitment aims to move world’s fleet towards clean technology
Malta set the scene for the invitation-only ‘Our Ocean 2017 Conference’ this past October 5th and 6th that brought together statesmen, government ministers and industry leaders from around the world to look to the future and deliver high-level commitments to preserve the world’s oceans.


October 06, 2017

Gazprom Neft signs Memorandum of Cooperation with Saudi Aramco

Gazprom Neft has signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with Saudi Aramco, the national oil company of Saudi Arabia, to extend their partnership in oil and gas industry.
Cooperation between Gazprom Neft and Saudi Aramco envisages collaboration in various areas, including drilling and well workover technologies, improvements to pumping systems, and the development of large-scale non-metal pipes. The parties also plan to discuss perspectives for collaboration in research and development and experimental engineering works, as well as options for applying innovative solutions to a wide range of technological challenges. A separate area of collaboration could include employee training at both companies’ production facilities.


Bluetech Finland signs design contract for its Bluetech 45 bulk carrie

Navibulgar has contracted 4+2 Bluetech 45 handymax bulk carriers from Yangzijiang.
The Bluetech 45 design is based on the successful Bluetech 42 design. The ship will have a length of 190 m, maximum draught of 10.8 m, a dwt of 45 000 tons, a large hold volume for its class and an ice class 1C.
Bluetech bulk carrier designs have the largest hold volume and deadweight and lowest fuel consumption in their class, making them the most eco-friendly on the market. The designs are marketed worldwide by Clarksons Platou Shipbroking.


October 05, 2017

Learning from Pilots in The Navigator

Pilots and their relationship with bridge teams is the focus of the latest edition of The Navigator, the magazine available for free to all seafarers from The Nautical Institute.
Issue 16 examines how best to support a pilot’s skills when they come on board a vessel and how to maintain an excellent relationship with them, both during and after their manoeuvres into and around the port.


Damen secures Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger contract

TSHD 2000 will be built for Rosmorport at LLC ‘Onego Shipyard’
22 September 2017: Damen Shipyards Group has signed a contract with LLC ‘Onego Shipyard’ to build a Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger (TSHD) 2000. The vessel will be built by order of FSUE ‘Rosmorport’ in Petrozavodsk (the Russian Federation) and will be the sixth dredger built under the design of the Dutch company Damen. The vessel will be delivered to the customer in 2019.


Chevrons Taro Cylinder Lubricant receives approval from WinGD

Chevron Marine Lubricants has received a No Objection Letter (NOL) from Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) for the use of its Taro® Special HT 100 cylinder lubrication oil in a number of the manufacturer’s engines when operating on a wide variety of fuels from 0.0% to 3.5% sulphur, including fuels compliant with emissions control area (ECA) regulations with a maximum content of 0.10% sulphur, therefore removing the need to change cylinder lubricants when operating in and out of ECAs.
This follows 2,000 hours of validation testing on-board a Panamax containership fitted with a Wärtsilä 8RT-flex82T engine. Taro Special HT 100 has been specifically formulated for high performance, and demonstrated enhanced performance in distillate fuel applications under laboratory engine conditions.


October 04, 2017

The Switch signs a trailblazing partnership agreement with CSIC/711

On Monday, September 11, The Switch and CSIC/711 entered into a strategic partnership agreement, which is significant, as The Switch is one of the first foreign companies to sign a partnership agreement with a leading Chinese shipbuilding conglomerate. Cooperation with The Switch will help CSIC/711 provide profitable power generation and drive train solutions to its clients.
CSIC/711 is the only R&D institute of marine diesel engines in China. It operates under the direct jurisdiction of China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC). A leading state-owned enterprise, CSIC is one of China’s largest shipbuilding and ship repair groups. Together the mission of CSIC/711 and The Switch is to advance the Chinese marine industry with electrical drive trains and optimized energy use.


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October 14, 2017

Rosatom seeks Dutch involvement in development of super nuclear icebreaker


October 05, 2017

Saudi Aramco mulls investing in Russian LNG producers

Saudi Aramco is studying the possibility of joining the projects of Russian independent gas producer Novatek


IMO Secretary-General Kitak Lim: "Russia has always been one of IMO major Member States"

In his exclusive interview with IAA PortNews in Moscow, IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim covered a wide range of IMO activities: fuel and environmental regulations, Polar Code, autonomous ships, cybersecurity, etc.


Shipbuilding can incorporate sustainability management

Sustainable development can efficiently be combined into management of innovations in shipbuilding argues a new doctoral dissertation.
The paper analysed shipyards located in Asia and identified 13 drivers that should be considered when developing operations towards sustainability.


European Shipbuilding Tie-Up Sets Sights on Asia

Airbus-style alliance should be able to grab larger share of the market, Naval Group Chairman Hervé Guillou says
SYDNEY, Australia - A shipbuilding alliance between Italy and France to create an Airbus-style manufacturing coalition should help the European companies grab a bigger share of the competitive Asia defense market, the head of French naval contractor Naval Group said


October 02, 2017

How do you move an iceberg?

The question is becoming increasingly demanding as the oil and gas exploration activity north of Russia increases. It has caused the Russian oil company Rosneft to sponsor a group of scientists a 40-day expedition, investigating ways to move icebergs.
The expedition - Kara Leto-2017 - is the second of its kind. Last year, scientists managed to move an iceberg weighing up to 1 million tons.


Sovcomflot orders five LNG-powered tankers for Rosneft

Sovcomflot (SCF) is ordering five LNG-powered aframaxes for Rosneft at Zvedza Shipbuilding Complex.
The agreements to build the tankers were signed between SCF, Rosneft, Russia’s State Leasing Transport Co and Zvedza. Zvedza will jointly build the vessels with Hyundai Heavy Industries.
The ice class 1A/1B 114,000 dwt tankers will be purpose-designed to use LNG as their primary fuel. The newbuildings are due to be delivered in 2021.


September 28, 2017

Chinese company COSCO confirms interest in trans-Arctic shipping to Arkhangelsk

The development of deep-water port on the Northern Dvina River will enable us to bring in big-tonnage ships, the company says.


Krylov Center Presented Electric-Propulsion Azimuth Thruster

The Krylov State Research Center demonstrated the prototype azimuth thruster with pod-mounted electric motor at the Neva-2017 exhibition. The project is designed under the import-substitution program for Arc5 ice-class ships.


September 26, 2017

Chinese Shipbuilders Setting Their Sights on Korean Drillship

The Chinese shipbuilding industry has its eyes on the drillship market which has been dominated by Korean shipbuilders. As the Korean shipbuilding industry is still reeling from an impact from losing a super-large containership order to China, if the main contract on building a drillship is concluded with a Chinese shipbuilder, it will have a huge negative mid- to long-term impact on the Korean shipbuilding industry.


September 22, 2017

First serial-produced nuclear-powered icebreaker Sibir floated out in St. Petersburg

Project 22220 nuclear-powered icebreakers will be fitted out with a two-reactor power plant.


Russia launches worlds biggest & most powerful nuclear icebreaker


September 15, 2017

Molodtsov: We need to develop the Russian shelf despite oil price fluctuations

Russia needs to prospect for oil and gas on the continental shelf despite oil price fluctuations, Russian Deputy Minister of Energy Kirill Molodtsov told RIA Novosti at the 13th RAO/CIS Offshore 2017 International Conference and Exhibition for Oil and Gas Resources Development of the Russian Arctic and Continental Shelf.


Arctic development state program to 2025 is based on core zones

The total investments are estimated at $2,8 billion.


Russia to build 70-90 ships worth RUB 400 bln by 2030 under Fishery Development Strategy

70-90 ships worth some RUB 400 bln are to be built in Russia by 2030 under the Fishery Development Strategy, IAA PortNews correspondent cites Ilya Shestakov, Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation – head of the Federal Fishery Agency, as saying at the Global Fishery Forum & Seafood Expo in Saint-Petersburg.
He says this number will include 15-20 large-, 25-30 mid-size and 30-40 small-size fishing ships.


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