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Ship Finance International Buying Hunter’s Three New VLCCs
Bermuda-based Ship Finance International has agreed to acquire three 300,000 dwt very large crude carriers (VLCCs) currently under construction at Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering.
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GasLog Partners fixes LNG carriers to TotalEnergies and ShellThe agreement includes a one-year time charter for the 2013-built liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier GasLog Sydney with a subsidiary of TotalEnergies. The charter for the tri-fuel diesel-electric (TFDE) 155,000 cu m vessel will begin this week.
Iranian Tanker Seized by Indonesia is Released After 4 MonthsAn Iranian-flagged tanker seized by Indonesia in January over the suspected illegal transfer of oil has been released, an Indonesian official and Iranian state media said on Saturday.
Sizeable chunk of the global VLCC orderbook removedRemoving 10 VLCCs from the global orderbook is significant. Prior to Hyundai Heavy’s news yesterday, Alphatanker data showed there were just 86 VLCCs on order around the world.
Corvus Energy wins battery contract for world’s 1st zero-emission tankerJapanese shipbuilder Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) has selected Corvus Energy to supply the energy storage system (ESS) for the world’s first zero-emission electric tanker.
MOL scraps 37-year-old LNG carrierThe Moss type vessel was delivered from Mitsui Ichihara in February 1984, and has sailed nearly 2m nautical miles – the equivalent of going to Mars and back – while completing 733 voyages for the Japanese owner.
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