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Foss Maritime and Østensjø Rederi announce MoU to establish SOV partnership
Foss Maritime LLC and Østensjø Rederi AS have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a partnership to provide domestic Service Operation Vessels (SOVs) to owners and operators of offshore wind projects in US waters.
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Greenpeace UK Fined $100,000 Over Oil Rig ProtestsScotland's highest court has fined Greenpeace UK $100,000 for interfering with the operations of the Transocean floater Paul B. Loyd Jr. in the UK North Sea in June 2019.
Brave Tern gearing up for largest wind turbinesFred. Olsen Windcarrier’s Brave Tern will undergo upgrades which will allow the jack-up to handle all known next-generation wind turbines and larger foundations.
Qatargas delivers first Q-Flex cargo to Adriatic terminalLNG giant Qatargas said it recently delivered the first cargo on a Q-Flex carrier to the Adriatic import terminal in Italy.
Aegir suffers dropfall incident offshore TaiwaHeerema Marine Contractors’ (HMC) heavy lift vessel Aegir has experienced a dropfall incident off the coast of Taiwan.
Van Oord to Lay Off 500 EmployeesDredging and offshore services contractor Van Oord has announced plans to lay off about 500 employees worldwide in response to the recent economic downturn.
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