Transocean, Shell and DSME to delay two drillship deliveries
October 26, 2015—In yet another indication of the slowdown in global offshore drilling activity, Transocean Ltd. reports that it, along with Shell and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, have agreed to delay the operating and delivery contracts of two newbuild ultra-deepwater drillships by 12 months each.
Damen hands over RoPax ferry to Canadian customer
Launched at the end of March by Damen Shipyards the vessel will start services from Fogo Island and Change Islands before the end of November.
Contest aims to find a Marine Mastermind
The purpose of the Wärtsilä Marine Mastermind innovation contest is to find new and unique digital services for the marine industry.
USCG issues bulletin on BWM compliance
The bulletin provides some clarification on what is meant by the term “first scheduled drydocking.”
Hyundai Heavy’s hurt continues
On a quarter-on-quarter basis, sales declined 8.7%, while operating loss and net loss widened due to delays in offshore projects and lackluster sales by HHI’s construction equipment business.