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Transocean: Fleet Update Summary

Transocean Ltd. today issued a monthly fleet update summary which includes new contracts, changes to existing contracts, and changes in estimated planned out-of-service time of 15 or more days since August 21, 2014. According to the update, the total value of Transocean’s new contracts since the August 21, 2014 fleet update summary is approximately $115 million. Other highlights include: Transocean Honor  was awarded a one year contract extension in Angola at a dayrate of $194,000 ($71 million estimated backlog). The rig's prior dayrate was $155,000. Jack Bates was awarded a one-well contract in an undisclosed location at a dayrate of $440,000 ($26 million estimated backlog). The rig's prior dayrate was $380,000. M.G. Hulme, Jr. was awarded a one-well contract in an undisclosed location at a dayrate of $200,000 ($18 million estimated backlog). The rig was previously idle. The ultra-deepwater floater, GSF Jack Ryan, is idle. Estimated 2014 planned out-of-service time increased by a net 17 days. Estimated 2015 planned out-of-service time decreased by a net 140 days, including 124 days on the GSF Jack Ryan. deepwater.com  


Transocean Provides New Fleet Update Summary

Transocean Inc. issued a new monthly fleet update summary covering only newly signed contracts, significant changes to existing contracts and changes to estimated out of service time of 60 days or more since our fleet status report dated August 5, 2008. Drilling rig status and contract information on the company's offshore drilling fleet has been condensed into a report titled "Transocean Fleet Status Report," which is available through the company's Worldwide Web address at www


Rig Fleet Status, Contract Update, from Transocean

Transocean's current status & contract information for the company's entire fleet of offshore drilling rigs. The value of new contracts or extensions since the December 17, 2012 fleet update summary is approximately $235 million. Estimated 2012 out of service time decreased by a net 15 days.  Estimated 2013 out of service time increased by a net 205 days, including 253 days to reactivate the Sedco 712 in anticipation of potential contracts. Highlights are as follows:


Transocean's Fleet Update Summary

Discoverer Seven Seas

 Transocean Ltd. issued a monthly Fleet Update Summary which includes new contracts, changes to existing contracts, and changes in estimated planned out-of-service time of 15 or more days since October 15, 2014.  The total value of new contracts since the October 15, 2014 Fleet Status Report is approximately $83 million. The report includes the following: - Discoverer Enterprise - Awarded a one-well contract extension in the U.S


Thomas Gunn Unveils New Digital Chart Management System

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With chart and nautical publication management highlighted as one of the most common reasons for deficiency detentions by Port State Control (PSC), ship operators are calling for new and effective navigation solutions. The features of Thomas Gunn’s new Voyager 4 digital chart management system provides ship owners and managers with the tools to ensure that Safety of Navigation standards on board meet PSC and vetting inspection requirements


DW Release World Drilling & Production Forecast Update

Offshore drill rig: File photo

The new quarterly issue (Q3) of Douglas-Westwood’s (DW) World Drilling and Production Forecast (DWD&P) has been released. Major changes have been seen in the forecasts for Iraq, Libya and Uzbekistan. DW inform that the report now also includes forecasts for Bangladesh, Israel, Mozambique, Republic of Congo and Sudan & South Sudan.   Through to 2020 and utilizing a proprietary methodology, DWD&P provides data analysis on 58 key countries


IMO Begins Updating Ship GHG Information

Port Scene: Photo credit IMO

International experts are meeting at IMO Headquarters with the aim of providing current & reliable ship Green House Gas emission information. This information would be used by IMO , through its Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC), to base its work on further measures to reduce GHG. The Second IMO GHG Study 2009 estimated that international shipping emitted 870 million tonnes, or about 2.7% of the global man-made emissions of CO2 in 2007


UK-Detained Ships: October 2013

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) announced that nine foreign flagged ships were under detention in U.K. ports during October 2013 after failing Port State Control (PSC) inspection. Latest monthly figures show that there were six new detentions of foreign flagged vessels in U.K. ports and three vessels remained under detention from previous months. Only six vessels remain under detention at the end of this month. Ships detained in October 2013


Senergy Software Pioneers Another Step Change

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Senergy Software has unveiled major new developments to its market-leading Oilfield Data Manager (ODMTM) software suite, providing geoscientists with significant step changes particularly in the user interface (UI).        The launch of ODM 3.8 includes new Heatmap and Analysis Sticks features as well as pioneering enhancements to its reservoir performance module (RPM) 3D viewer. It also includes a new method for handling core shifts and a powerful new


Vessels Detained in U.K. Ports: September

The U.K.’s Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) announced today that nine foreign flagged ships were under detention in U.K. ports during September 2013 after failing Port State Control (PSC) inspection. Latest monthly figures show that there were five new detentions of foreign flagged vessels in U.K. ports and four vessels remained under detention from previous months. Only three vessels remained under detention at the end of this month. Notes on the list of detentions


DNV GL On Regulatory Developments and Tanker Market

The participants of the DNV GL Tanker Working Group in Hamburg. Photo by DNV GL

 DNV GL’s Tanker Working Group looked at the latest trends in the tanker segment with a special focus on the impact of upcoming emissions regulations at its 31st meeting in Hamburg recently.    Some 25 representatives from the tanker industry met with DNV GL experts in the


LA, Long Beach Ports Unveil Strategies to Cut GHG

Clean Air Action Plan Photo Ports of Los Angeles & Long Beach

Aggressively deploying zero and near-zero emission trucks and cargo-handling equipment and expanding programs that reduce ship emissions are among the core strategies the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are proposing for the next version of San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP).


Next Step for Ship Recycling in Bangladesh

Photo: International Maritime Organization (IMO)

 International Maritime Organization (IMO)’s work to promote safe and environmentally sound ship recycling made further progress this week (6-8 November) in Dhaka, Bangladesh, where a roundtable meeting of donors discussed next steps in IMO’s SENSREC project.   


LA, Long Beach Ports Focus on Updating Clean Air Action Plan

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The governing boards of the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach will hold a joint public meeting Nov. 17 to discuss proposals for updating the San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP). Developed over the past year, the CAAP Discussion Document outlines the ports’ plans for


Seychelles Boosts National Maritime Transport Policy

Photo: International Maritime Organization (IMO)

 A three-day National Maritime Transport Policy (NMTP) workshop has concluded in Victoria, Seychelles (4 November).    The event provided valuable knowledge and skills to those involved in the development, adoption and review of a NMTP in the country.  


Hanjin, MSC Vessels Collide off Singapore

Photo: Hanjin Shipping

 The container ship Hanjin New York dragged anchor and collided with container carrier MSC Claudia off Singapore, say local media reports.   The incident that occurred at around 6pm last Friday caused 11 empty containers to fall overboard


IMCA Launches Series of Regulatory Update Bulletins

Today’s regulatory agenda is being increasingly driven by environmental issues. Shipping is under increasing pressure to lower greenhouse gas emissions and to contribute to global efforts to counter anthropogenic climate change. The pressure is unlikely to abate; on the contrary shipping


Videotel’s Updates BWM Programme

Nigel Cleave, CEO Photo Videotel

Videotel, a KVH company has revised its ballast water management (BWM) training package to address the requirements of the International Maritime Organization’s newly ratified BWM Convention, a global treaty that is designed to stop the spread of invasive species from ships’ ballast


Yard Improvements at Grand Bahama Shipyard

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Grand Bahama Shipyard Limited (GBSL), a shipyard in the Caribbean, said it had a productive summer program consisting of work on vessels from the tanker, container and towage segments of the maritime industry. Additionally, renovations and upgrades were performed on the floating dry docks and


DNV GL Approves Modification for Semi-Submersible Rigs

Photo: COSL Drilling Europe AS

 Following the accident involving COSLInnovator on 30 December 2015, some 100 semi-submersible rigs approved by DNV GL will be reviewed.    Preliminary assessments indicate that a limited number of rigs will be subjected to modifications or operational limitations.  


ABS Updates BWT Guidance

Kirsi Tikka (Photo: ABS)

ABS, a provider of classification and technical services to the marine and offshore industries, has updated the ABS Guide for Ballast Water Treatment to support industry in the design and installation of ballast water management solutions that meet both regulatory and operational requirements.


Rickmers Maritime Trust May Face Liquidation

Image: Rickmers Trust Management Pte. Ltd

[ Updated ] The Singapore-based Rickmers Maritime Trust has come to a sitatuation where the choice is between restructuring the securities in the company to less than half their current value or shutting down.  So it has warned the investors that if its proposed debt restructuring


Georgia: Developing National Maritime Transport Policies

Photo: International Maritime Organization (IMO)

 Practical guidance on how to develop, adopt and update national maritime transport policy was the focus for a one-day seminar in Batumi, Georgia (14 September), aimed at senior maritime transport officials from the littoral States of the Black and Caspian Seas and Moldova.   


nv Charts Updates Florida, Bahamas, Caribbean Charts

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nv charts has announced the release of their newly updated chart sets for Florida, the Bahamas and the Caribbean for 2016/17 in paper and digital format. In addition to being updated, the new NV.Atlas format brings a modern, handy design to the charts that’s practical and easy to use.


Evergreen Adjusts Following Hanjin Collapse

Photo: Evergreen Line

Responding to the unexpected service disruption caused by CKYHE alliance member Hanjin Shipping, which has entered rehabilitation proceedings, Evergreen Line has added new functions to its online e-commerce system. The service disruption has caused delays to Evergreen Line’s cargoes






 
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