Shipbuilding & Shipyards

Singapore shipyard owner Keppel Corp says it seeing pockets of opportunity in offshore butsustained recover will take time.
Satellite communication antenna provider Intellian has opened up an office in Shanghai to be close to one of the world's largest shipbuilding markets.
In something of a role reversal from when they overtook European shipbuilders in the 1960’s and 70’s Japanese yard executives are questioning subsidies and resulting low priced orders taken by…
The autonomous ship, and technological developments in maritime, were very much on the agenda with keynote speakers from Japan and Norway at the opening of Sea Japan 2018 in Tokyo…
Project Forward ­ an ambitious scheme to build the world¹s first truly deepsea, LNG-powered ships - has signed a letter of intent (LOI) to build up to 20 such dry…
Being adaptive is essential for maritime and ocean orientated industries to compete in a sector facing change and disruption, according to a Norwegian government official.
Norway’s Eksportkreditt institute is offering a new financing set-up for Norwegian limited companies. Until now, such schemes have only been available for export transactions, rather than domestic operators.
Sinanju Tankers announced it has placed an order for Singapore’s first dual-fuel bunker tanker.
The first newbuilding for Ocean Network Express (ONE) has been delivered by Imabari Shipbuilding.
Keppel Corp has sealed a deal to be the preferred contractor for upstream oil and gas company KrisEnergy for various works and services.
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