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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:


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

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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


Transocean's Fleet Update Summary

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 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


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


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


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


Ice Restrictions Enforced in Sweden

  The Swedish Maritime Organisation has advised the following ice restrictions in force with effect from 18 January 2016: Karlsborg – Luleå Minimum ice class IB and 2000 dwt Haraholmen – Örnsköldsvik och Ångermanälven


Regent Seven Seas Refurbs Three Ships

Seven Seas Navigator. Photo: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

 Top luxury cruise line Regent Seven Seas Cruises says it's investing $125 million to renovate three of its ships.   Beginning with Seven Seas Navigator (built in 1999)  this spring, the public spaces and suites of the Regent fleet will be updated to match the style of the new


Videotel’s API Enables Integration with Crew Management Software

Videotel, a global provider of e-Learning maritime training solutions and a company of KVH Industries, Inc.,  has released the Videotel Partner API, an application programming interface that facilitates the exchange of data between Videotel and any of its clients’ crew management


STCW 2010 - Employers Need to be Ready, Says ICS

ICS Secretary General, Peter Hinchliffe Photo ISC

The transitional period for the 2010 amendments to the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW 2010) comes to an end on 1 January 2017.  To prevent last minute certification ‘logjams’


Chart Tile Service to Aid Charts Update

NOAA Coast Survey gives commercial navigation systems better tool to receive updated nautical charts.    Accessing up-to-date nautical charts on electronic systems and mobile apps is about to get easier, as developers start adopting NOAA Coast Survey's new Chart Tile Service prototype


Panama Canal Expansion 96% Complete

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The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) announced that the first-ever expansion is 96 percent complete.   A video of recent progress can be seen here.   In line with this, ACP CEO/Administrator Jorge L. Quijano provided a next-step update at an industry event Friday in Panama City. 


CMA CGM Services to Asia and Mexico, Central America & WCSA

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 In a continued effort to provide our customers with reliable and efficient services from Asia to Latin America, CMA CGM wishes to inform about the improvement of ACSA services linking Asia to Mexico, Central America and West Coast South America.  


ClassNK Bulletin Examines 2015 Developments

ClassNK releases developments for 2015 in annual Technical Bulletin   Classification society ClassNK informs it has released a summary of the latest industry developments in its annual Technical Bulletin, which this year covers topics including marine energy usage


CRIC Designs Prototype for Collaborative Detailing System

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   The Chief of Naval Operations' (CNO) Rapid Innovation Cell (CRIC) recently developed a basic prototype for an information system that will promote more collaboration between Sailors and commands during the job detailing process.  


NYK's SIMS Recognized at Eco-Products Awards

“NYK’s Ship Information Management System Receives Japans 2015 Minister of the Environment Award,

 NYK’s Ship Information Management System (SIMS), jointly developed by NYK and the Monohakobi Technology Institute (MTI; head office: Tokyo; president: Makoto Igarashi), has been recognized with Japan’s Minister of Land, Infrastructure


ABS: New Guidance for Certifying Lifting Appliances

Updated Guide includes latest industry standards.   [PRESS RELEASE] (Houston) ABS has published a new edition of the ABS Guide for Certification of Lifting Appliances that includes construction and operation of modern lifting appliances.  


IMO and WCO Partner on e-Business Compendium

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 IMO and the World Customs Organization (WCO) have signed a partnership agreement to maintain, update, publish and distribute the IMO Compendium on Facilitation and Electronic Business.    The compendium provides essential guidance and standardised forms for electronic exchange of


Yukon River Charts Produced with Satellite Images

This screenshot shows the western entrance to the Yukon River on ENC US4AK98M. The dotted lines show approximate shoal areas (Photo: NOAA)

Coast Survey has issued provisional charts for barge operators and others traversing Alaska's challenging Yukon River, relying solely on satellite images to create the electronic navigational charts that only display shoreline and shoals (shallow areas)


Hapag-Lloyd Announces SAL - MV Hanjin Aqua Update

Hanjin Aqua. Photo: Hanjin Shipping

 Hapag-Lloyd announces the South East Asia - Australia Service (SAL) update in regards to the recent CustomerInfo in relation to M/V Hanjin Aqua (Voyage 0029N).   They were updated by the Average Adjusters that, following the successful refloating


GACtrack Upgrade for Ship Agency Customers

GAC announced a new add-on to its GACtrack, aiming to give more job transparency and greater job control to ship agency customers.   As well as being able to view job information from multiple offices on one screen, customers can check costs and export service information; view






 
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