Live from SOMWME 2015

Live from SOMWME 2015

The Seatrade Maritime reporting team bring you all the key stories in the run-up to, and live on the ground during, Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats Middle East 2015, the largest regional event dedicated to the offshore marine and workboats sectors – and the largest workboats event outside the USA.

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Despite the poor state of the offshore industry and limited access to credit, there are still financing options available for Middle Eastern OSV operators, speakers at the Seatrade Offshore Marine…
Seafarer certification and the IMO’s STCW Convention may no longer be fit for purpose, according to participants in the human element session of Seatrade Offshore Marine and Workboats Middle East,…
Oil prices could easily spike to $200 a barrel within the next two years, according to Synergy Offshore ceo Fazel Fazelbhoy.
Shipbuilding in the Middle East is being hampered by inconsistency and poor training, according to Gary Dockerty, head of Turkish tug builder Sanmar.
On Monday at the Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats Middle East conference, Roy Yap, assistant president of Nantong Rainbow Offshore & Engineering Equipments, discussed his vision for the future of…
Austal Limited has announced the arrival in Abu Dhabi of two high-speed catamaran crew transfer vessels, designed and constructed for Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) by Austal Philippines.
In a deal concluded at "fair market value" and confirmed at Seatrade Offshore Marine Workboat yesterday, Renaissance Services SAOG has sold its subsidiary Topaz Engineering to Chalmers Holdings which plans…
Following the announcement that Global Marine had commissioned Grandweld Shipyards for a new series of lightweight, 42 m aluminium crewboats, SOMWME Daily News caught up with Shahram Nazemi, Managing Director…
Located in amongst the Upper Gulf’s biggest maritime hubs, at the King Abdul-Aziz Port of Dammam in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province, Dammam Shipyard (DSY).
The Stanford Buzzard and Stanford Eagle, two Offshore Support Vessels (OSVs) owned by Stanford Marine, are beginning new contracts in Nigeria, announced in June.
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