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Jurong Shares Firm Amid Stock-Split Rumors

Shares of Jurong Shipyard Ltd. firmed by more than six percent in early Friday trading on rumors that the shipyard might announce a stock-split exercise to improve its liquidity, dealers and analysts said. Fueling the market's excitement over Jurong was SembCorp's impending news conference, possibly next week, where Jurong was expected to announce further merger details and restructuring of its shipyard operations. SembCorp, with a yard capacity of 1.8 million dwt, is the owner of Asia's largest shipyard outside Dubai.


Bourbon Holds Annual and Special Shareholders' Meeting

The Bourbon Annual and Special Shareholders' Meeting was held under the chairmanship of Jacques de Chateauvieux at the Palais Brongniart in Paris. The following resolutions were passed at the Meeting: - Distribution of a dividend of 1 euro per share This dividend, which represents a 78% increase compared to 2004, will be paid as from Monday, May 29, 2006. It gives a right to a tax-free allowance of 40%, i.e. 0.40 euros per share, for individuals who are tax


Kvaerner Advised To Not Name New Board

Kvaerner ASA had been advised to drop a plan to name a new board due to disagreements among major shareholders and a possible scheme to split the company. Kvaerner said in a statement that a two-man election committee seeking to find board members acceptable to big shareholders "concluded it is not possible to put together a board that all major shareholders can agree upon." It said the committee advised the board and major shareholders against calling a suggested extraordinary shareholders'


Aker Solutions to Divide Company in Two

Aker OCV: Image courtesy of Aker Solutions

Aker Solutions release Q1 2014 financial results and separately inform they will split into two companies to speed up a streamlining process that will reduce costs and better position all parts of the group to meet the needs of customers in an increasingly competitive global energy industry. Financial Highlights Sales rose to NOK 11.2 billion in the first quarter of 2014 from NOK 10.3 billion in the first quarter of 2013.


Scorpio Tankers' Latest Fleet & Financial News

A Scorpio vessel: Photo courtesy of the owners

Scorpio Tankers says it has taken delivery of a new MR tankship, has authorized stock buyback, and declares a quarterly dividend. Details as follows: After delivery, the new tankship vessel began a one year time charter at a rate level consistent with current one year time charter contracts, which includes a profit sharing mechanism whereby earnings in excess of the base time charter rate will be split between the Company and charterer. Stock Buyback Authorization


Scorpio Tankers Update on Finance, Vessel Deliveries

Image courtesy of Scorpio Tankers

Scorpio Tankers Inc. gives details of its agreement to acquire some of its own common shares; to buy back stock; and also sets out a fleet update. Scorpio Tankers Inc. says it has entered into an agreement to purchase from an existing shareholder 7,500,000 common shares of the Company in exchange for the sale to the same shareholder of 3,422,665 common shares it currently owns in Dorian LPG Ltd  in a privately negotiated transaction.


NOL To Split, List American Eagle Tankers

Neptune Orient Lines, the world's sixth largest container shipper, plans to spin off and list its oil-transportation unit, American Eagles Tankers (AET), on the New York Stock Exchange. The Singapore-based company said it plans to offer common shares to be listed on the NYSE and Singapore Depositary Receipts (SDRs) on the Singapore Exchange to investors internationally as well as in the city-state. The offering is expected to be made in the second or third quarter and AET would use net


Molasses Ship Splits, Sinks

A ship carrying molasses from India to Amsterdam split in two and sank in high seas off Spain's northwest coast, drowning three crew members and leaving eight missing. Air and sea rescue teams plucked 24 survivors from lifeboats after they abandoned the Maltese-registered Kristal, which broke apart about 110 km (70 miles) off Galicia, a Spanish coastguard spokesman said. "The search for the missing people is under way with helicopters and boats," he said


Will MMS be Split in Two?

The first political backlash from the recent explosion and sinking of Deepwater Horizon appears to be the Department of Interior’s Minerals Management Service, as it movement is reportedly underway to split the agency that polices the offshore drilling industry, according to articles in the May 12 edition of the Wall Street Journal. The impetus for the split? As currently configured, MMS is responsible both to ensure safety of oil drilling in federal waters


Navios Maritime Acquisition Corp. Acquires Two New Builds

Navios Maritime Acquisition Corporation (NYSE: NNA), an owner and operator of tanker vessels, announced that the company has entered into an agreement to acquire two 75,000 DWT LR1 product tankers scheduled for delivery in Q4 2011 from a South Korean shipyard. The nominal acquisition price of $87m will be financed with: •    Issuance of $5.4 million mandatorily convertible preferred stock ("preferred stock")


Creating Patterns with PropCad Premium

Pattern Corrections is used to expand and thicken propeller designs to create machining models and casting patterns. Individual control is provided for separate blade parameters. (Image: HydroComp)

The new Pattern Corrections utility allows users to quickly create machining models, casting patterns, and molds DIRECTLY from PropCad   HydroComp announced its PropCad software for the geometric modeling of marine propellers has receieved an upgrade


MHI's Entity to Oversee Material Handling Equipment, Engine and Turbocharger Businesses

Organizational Structure Courtesy MHI

Today Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) decided in principle to launch a new wholly owned entity to integrally oversee its current businesses in material handling equipment centered on forklift trucks, engines and turbochargers. The new entity will serve as an independent management body to


IMarEST Announces New Member Benefit

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The Institute of Marine Engineering Science & Technology (IMarEST) has announced a new benefit for its members in the form of IMarEST TV, an on-demand video platform. Members are able to access and watch exclusive content, including lectures, conferences


US Corn, Wheat Supplies to Rise as Exports Wane

U.S. corn and wheat ending stocks will be higher than previously expected at the end of the marketing year due to cuts to already weak demand for U.S. supplies on the export market, the government said on Tuesday.   The U.S. Agriculture Department in its monthly supply and demand report


Greek Bourse Suspends Piraeus Port Share Trading

The Athens stock exchange on Tuesday suspended trading in shares of Piraeus Port Authority before the privatisation agency unseals bids by investors for a majority stake in the country's biggest port later in the day. Greece, which is selling a 51 percent stake in Piraeus Port


Ince & Co Advises Fugro on Vessels Sale

International law firm Ince & Co has announced that it has advised Fugro on a sale and lease back agreement with ICON Investments regarding two of its geotechnical drill ships Fugro Scout and Fugro Voyager. ICON financed the acquisition of the vessels by loan facilities from a syndicate of


DP World Tops Middle Eastern Index

DP World Chairman HE Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem

  For the third year running, DP World is the top stock in the S&P/Hawkamah Pan Arab ESG Index. The index is the first ever of its kind in the Arab world and ranks the transparency and disclosure of regional listed companies based on Environmental


Fire Hampers Ops at Brazil's Santos Port

Trucks carrying commodities and other exports were unable to reach the Guaruja side of Brazil's largest Port of Santos on Friday, a day after containers holding chemicals caught fire and sent poisonous gases into the sky. A port spokeswoman said access would be restricted while firefighters


Iran-Venezuela Oil Tanker Deal Hit by Sanctions Snags

An agreement to build oil tankers in Iran for Venezuela has been left in limbo years after it was announced as Western sanctions plus disagreements over payments and delivery terms took their toll, sources familiar with the matter say.  


Outlook for Listed Dry Bulk Companies in 2016

Graphics: Drewry Shipping Consultants Limited

 Investors suffered massive wealth erosion in 2015, as share prices of dry bulk companies kept tumbling during the year, says Drewry Maritime Equity Research (DMER).   DMER’s shipping index, which is based on the market cap of leading dry bulk companies, was down ~43% in 2015


Spanish Court Sentences Prestige Master to Prison Term

Spain's Supreme Court sentenced the captain of the Prestige oil tanker, which sank off Spain's northwestern coast in 2002, covering thousands of kilometres of coastline in fuel oil, to two years in prison on Tuesday. The captain, Apostolos Mangouras


Iran Slowly Offloads Stockpiled Oil

Iran is slowly winding down stocks of oil stored on tankers close to its shores and the process is likely to take longer than Tehran had wanted, despite the lifting of international sanctions this month. The pace of sales taken from floating storage highlights the difficulties Iran is facing


Tidewater Suspend Dividend

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Tidewater Inc. (NYSE:TDW) leading provider of Offshore Service Vessels, announced that its Board of Directors has approved management's recommendation to suspend Tidewater's quarterly dividend and common stock repurchase program.  The dividend and share repurchase program suspension is


HMM Seeks New Buyer for Broker Stake

South Korea's Hyundai Merchant Marine Co Ltd (HMM) plans to seek another buyer for its majority stake in stock brokerage Hyundai Securities Co Ltd , an HMM spokesman said on Monday. HMM's talks to sell its entire 22.4 percent stake in the brokerage to Japan's Orix Corp for about 647 billion won


Hyundai Merchant Marine Plans Asset Sale

Photo: Hyundai Merchant Marine Co

 Hyundai Merchant Marine Co. (HMM), is resurrecting an asset-sale plan in an effort to stave off bankruptcy as it reels from a crisis in the shipping industry brought on by slowing global trade, says WSJ.   The Seoul-based company plans to seek another buyer for its majority stake in






 
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