Danish shipping company joins vanguard of ship operators using the 50001 energy management standard. On Friday in Copenhagen, Lloyd’s Register presented Clipper Fleet Management with ISO 50001 certification issued by LRQA, Lloyd’s Register’s provider of independent business assurance. “To us, the ISO 50001 certification is a valuable recognition and documentation that we’re doing the right things within fuel efficiency and energy management,” says Kristian Morch, Group CEO, Clipper Group. “Going through the certification process has made us further streamline our fuel efficiency management processes, and we see the certification as a natural step in our continuous focus on reducing our fuel consumption and environmental impact.” The ISO 50001 standard specifies requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving an energy management system. It can be seen as a superstructure to the mandatory Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plans (SEEMP), a requirement by IMO (International Maritime Organization) and establishing a mechanism to improve the energy efficiency of a vessel. “It is clear that some leading companies can see the value of adopting this ISO standard. 50001 helps with regulatory compliance and in demonstrating environmental actions. It also helps deliver bottom line savings
Algae-X International has announced its agreement with Nordic Tugs, to integrate the Algae-X Fuel Decontamination Technology into the fuel systems of the company's diesel-powered vessels. Mr. Shelton is incorporating Algae-X technology with traditional filtration to fulfill his goal of providing owners of Nordic Tugs with maximum reliability systems. Algae-X provides Optimal Fuel Quality and Peak Engine Performance and prevents fuel filter clogging and engine failure.
Nordic Tankers, a Danish shipping company, has its starting point back in 1984. The company cooperates with many other companies within the international shipping industry. Nordic Tankers is Listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange joins the Industrials Sector on the Nordic Exchange. Nordic Tankers has experienced a significant growth in terms of earnings and capital. The earnings raised in connection to the listing on the Nordic Exchange will be used to develop the company further
Nordic Shipholding has entered a conditional restructuring agreement with Nordic Maritime, who will take over Nordic Ship Holdings debt of about US$ 58,000,000. The company inform that after the restructuring it will be a tonnage provider in the product tanker segment and the objective is to grow the fleet. The five 37,000 dwt handy-size vessels will remain in commercial management with Maersk, where they participate in the Handytankers Pool
Nordic Tankers Marine (Denmark) has chosen Transas Marine solutions for the ECDIS Training of its officers. Transas Marine has supplied 35 sets of Transas ECDIS Computer Based Training to Nordic Tankers Marine. Mr. Hanus Mikkelsen, Director Marine HR, Nordic Tankers Marine says: 'Training is a key element in transition to ECDIS. All our officers attend 5-days ECDIS generic training course ashore and now ECDIC CBT from Transas will be a perfect supplement to enhance the users' knowledge
Nordic marine energy technology company Minesto has developed a simulator to aid the development of its Deep Green marine power plant. According to Minestro, Deep Green is the only marine power plant that is able to cost efficiently produce electricity from low velocity tidal and ocean currents. The simulator has been developed in-house by Minesto’s own research and development department, and is in essence based on two existing open source programs: one for commercial flight
In light of the development of Nordic Shipholding A/S's cash position, as announced by the company in company announcement no. 11/13 published on December 13, 2013, Nordic Maritime has informed the company that it will exercise the option granted to Nordic Maritime in the conditional restructuring agreement entered into between the company and Nordic Maritime on 22 November 2013, to subscribe further shares against a cash payment to the Company of $2 million at completion of the restructuring
GAC Bunker Fuels Limited has announced the opening of its newest office - in Bergen, Norway - in a move to further strengthen its marine fuel and lubricant trading operation across the Nordic region. The Bergen office will be responsible for the trading of all grades of marine fuel and gas oil, as well as the full range of lubricant products, for domestic and international customers operating across Nordic waters and beyond
Nordic American Tanker Shipping Ltd. announced that the Company has agreed to acquire its tenth Suezmax vessel, a 150,000 dwt double-hull tanker built in a first class Far Eastern shipyard in 2003, for a purchase price of $80.9 million. The vessel is expected to be delivered from the seller no later than November 2006. The new vessel will be operated in the spot market or on spot market-related charters, like eight of our current nine vessels.
One of Nordic American's Suezmax tankers had to stay in a US port about 10 days longer than planned following a detention in December 2012. In the press release of December 6, 2012, Nordic American Tankers (NAT) announced that it was working closely with US authorities to provide the information that they requested. NAT is pleased that it has been confirmed now that no charges have been lodged or will be lodged against them in connection with this incident.
Nordic American Offshore Ltd. today announced that its board of directors has declared a dividend of $0.45 per common share for the third quarter 2014. This is the same as for the second quarter 2014. The payment of dividend is expected to take place on or about November 21
With investment support from the Finnish Government of 185 million NOK Skangass has decided to build a new import terminal for LNG. The terminal will be completed in 2016. Skangass plans to create an efficient LNG logistics chain in the Pori area.
Nordic American Tankers Limited ("NAT") says the one of its vessels, the 'Nordic Passat' performed a rescue operation, involving 150 people in the Mediterranean last Saturday afternoon, September 27, 2014. Details as follows:
The additional beams will improve NSSLGlobal’s coverage of Europe and the Far East. NSSLGlobal, an independent service provider of satellite communications, has added two new satellite beams to improve the quality and geographical reach of its global VSAT network
Operator Statoil has together with PL713 partners made a gas discovery in the Pingvin prospect in the Barents Sea. The discovery is a play opener in a frontier unexplored area of the Barents Sea northwest of Johan Castberg. The discovery well 7319/12-1
Finnish end-to-end cargo operator, Containerships, has ordered two additional new, state-of-the-art, dual-fuel engine-technology containerships. This follows an order announced earlier this year for two similar vessels. With the announcement
Herbjørn Hansson, Executive Chairman of Nordic American Offshore Ltd., informs shareholders as follows after the company's listing on the New York Stock Exchange for about 3 months: "Nordic American Offshore Ltd. (NAO) has now been listed on the New York Stock Exchange for more
In the power sector DNV GL supports the industry in delivering a secure, sustainable, available and affordable energy supply. In his new role Hans Tormod Hansen will be responsible for offering energy advisory services to the Scandinavian market
Petroleum Geo-Services ASA announced today that it has implemented further steps to streamline operations, reduce cost and capital expenditures and improve cash flow. PGS has stacked, and will consider selling or scrapping, the seismic vessels Pacific Explorer and Nordic Explorer
Leading provider of classification services to the maritime and offshore industries, ABB, says it has been chosen to class two LNG-fueled containerships to be built in China for German owner GNS Shipping/Nordic Hamburg. The 1,400 teu vessels will feature dual-fuel propulsion enabling them
The world-leading Finnish wave energy technology developer AW-Energy has taken another major step towards commercialising its WaveRoller™ technology. In mid-August the company signed a Framework Agreement with the independent certification organisation Lloyd’s Register Energy
Norwegian oil company Statoil has had to stop drilling at the Arctic Pingvin prospect because of an appeal against its environmental permit, North Energy, a partner in the project, said on Friday. "The top hole on Pingvin has been drilled," North Energy said in a statement
Nordic American Offshore Ltd (NAO) has entered into two new contracts with a major oil company in the U.K. for one year with a one year option. This will secure employment for two NAO vessels up to the end of 2015
During the last month, PARAT Halvorsen AS has collected four new boiler plant orders from the Vard Group and their multipurpose platform ships of Vard 1 08 design. Part of and included in PARAT’s scope of supply will be combined electric steam and hot water boilers with capacity each of 1
Greenpeace's ship, the Esperanza, is still on station in the Arctic to expose renewed Norwegian efforts to drill for oil in this pristine environment. Last week Greenpeace successfully headed off attempts by an oil company to complete controversial seismic testing