ABB won contracts worth $140 million to supply its Azipod propulsion systems for three vessels and electrical power systems for 11 vessels and two semi-submersible drilling rigs. The orders, all booked during November 2005, include: • Six 10 Megawatt (MW) Azipod propulsion units for three Arctic shuttle tankers being built for Russia’s Sovcomflot at Samsung Heavy Industries in South Korea for delivery between 2007-2009. The order also includes main generators, main switchboards, propulsion transformers, propulsion drives and propulsion and remote control systems from ABB. • A contract to outfit three vessels at Aker Langsten shipyard in Norway. These include electrical propulsion systems for one well intervention vessel and one anchor handling, towing and supply vessel (AHTS) for Island Offshore as well as one AHTS for Farstad Shipping. Delivery of the equipment will begin in late 2006. • High-voltage switchboards for four container vessels to be built at Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering for Hamburg Süd Group of Germany.
CB&I won a turnkey contract valued at approximately $140 million for the design and construction of the terminal system works at a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal in Fujian Province, Peoples Republic of China. CB&I's work scope for the contract includes the turnkey engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of the terminal system works, which encompasses civil, mechanical, piping, structural, buildings, and electrical and instrumentation work
Singapore's Labroy Marine said it had won two shipbuilding orders for two platform supply vessels from a German customer worth a total of $47.2m scheduled for delivery in 2009. Source: Reuters
Bharati Shipyard Ltd has secured a contract from Bourbon Supply Investissements, France for export of five 120 tons bollard pull anchor handling tug cum supply vessels. The product range which initially was limited to simple inland cargo barges, deep-sea trawlers and dredgers has been upgraded to building maneuverable and power-packed ocean going tractor tugs, cargo ships, tankers and other support vessels required for the offshore industry. (Source: Myiris.com)
Croatian ship repairer Viktor Lenac won contracts worth $25 million to refit two foreign ships by the end of this year. One ship is owned by Baltimore-based Caldwell Cable Ventures and the other by British company Fisher and Sons. Both will be made over into specialized vessels for laying optical cables. The shipyard is currently negotiating another similar project, it said without giving any details. Lenac plans a major expansion worth $30 million this year in a bid to attract more
Reports indicate that Hyundai Corporation has won shipbuilding contracts worth $300 million through its joint shipbuilding venture in China. The company announced that an additional deal concerning 9 units of 5,500-ton bunkering tankers had been signed in January 13 at the Shangri-La Hotel in Qingdao. The event, which was presided by President Mark Juhn and other related personnel, was also used as the signing ceremony for the new-building contract of 16 units of 5
Rolls-Royce has won two new contracts to supply podded propulsion systems and deck machinery for Queen Mary 2, the new luxury cruise liner to be built for Cunard Line at Alstom Chantiers de l'Atlantique in France. It has also won contracts to supply podded propulsors to three other cruise ships. The total value of these contracts is approximately $21.2 million. Dr. Saul Lanyado, president - Marine for Rolls-Royce, said: "These contracts bring the total value of equipment orders we have won
Singapore Technologies Marine has won a third contract from a unit of Crowley Maritime Corporation to build four additional tug barges. The contract is worth a total of $240.7m. This contract will bring the total number of barges Crowley Maritime has ordered from ST Marine to 10. The 10 vessels have a combined value of more than $536m, including the cost of owner furnished equipment. Delivery for the latest four barges is expected between 2009 and 2010.
Saab TransponderTech has won a contract to supply Automatic Identification System (AIS) base stations in China, as part of a major extension of AIS coverage along China’s coastline. The contract, which was awarded by the China Marine Safety Agency through Shanghai Navstar Technology, includes 35 dual base station sites with networking systems and enhanced data logging functionality. This AIS network will expand coverage in the Yangtse River and the North, East and South China Sea
Bay Shipbuilding in Sturgeon Bay, a subsidiary of The Manitowoc Company Inc., has been awarded a contract to build two 521-foot long tank barges. The contract includes options for two additional vessels. The contracts were issued by U.S. Shipping Partners, a leading provider of long-haul marine transportation services. The company provides transport for refined petroleum and chemical products. The barges are scheduled for delivery in 2008
Rolta India Ltd wins contract for establishing "National NAVTEX Network" from a subordinate office under the Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways, Government of India, that provides general aids to navigation along the Indian coast.
Transas Marine Pacific & local representative win contracts to supply & install Vessel Traffic Management Systems (VTMS) for Samarinda and Banjarmasin ports. In addition to this, Transas will upgrade the current VTS system in the Semarang port with a fully redundant AIS Base Station
CWind wins contract for 6 CTruk 20T multi-purpose cats to provide crew & load transfer services at Gwynt y Môr Offshore Wind Farm. Cwind say that this is their largest vessel contract win, and the six workboats will arrive on site over the next two months as construction activity picks
In the last 12 months, GE has won contracts valued at more than $600 million to provide propulsion systems with customers in the pre-salt oilfield expansion off Brazil’s east coast. GE’s systems will power, propel, navigate, position and control drillships and also power and control
McDermott International wins contract to develop offshore surface facilities & an infield flowline for the Kepodang Field. The contract was awarded to McDermott's Indonesian subsidiary by PC Muriah Ltd., an affiliate of PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
IKM Subsea Singapore wins contract to provide ROV services onboard a construction support vessel for a FPSO Hook-up & Commission project in India. The vessel has been mobilized in Singapore and is currently enroute to India. IKM Subsea will be providing the in house built Merlin WR200
Scana Industrier ASA subsidiary Scana Skarpenord, wins contracts to deliver actuators & control systems to buyers in S. Korea and China. The value of the contracts is 15 MNOK, and involves the supply of actuators and controls for FPSO and LNG/LPG applications.
Van Oord wins contract with PT PP (Persero) TBK for deepening the port and reclaiming land for a new terminal area in Tanjung Priok, Jakarta. The contract is part of the Kalibaru North Container Terminal Phase 1 Project, which will expand the port of Tanjung Priok by 4
MAN Diesel & Turbo wins contract to supply the engines for two Greek LNG carriers (LNGCs). The configuration for the new order covers 2 × 9L51/60DF + 2 × 8L51/60DF engines, a total of 34 MW installed power per vessel. All of the engines are IMO Tier II-compliant in diesel mode
Rolls-Royce wins contract to power the U.S. Navy’s future fleet of hovercrafts, known as the Ship-to-Shore Connector (SSC). The Group will work with Textron Marine & Land Systems, an operating unit of Textron Systems, a Textron Inc
Afai Southern Shipyard (Panyu Guangzhou) Ltd. win contracts to construct two 40m high speed passenger catamarans. The ferries have been ordered by Shenzhen Pengxing Shipping Co.,Ltd. in Shenzhen. The basic design and detailed design of the vessels will be made by CoCo Yachts B.V
Wärtsilä wins contract to supply AQUARIUS® UV ballast water management systems to four Tidewater Marine Platform Supply Vessels (PSV). The scope of supply for the vessels, due for delivery from the COSCO (Guangdong) Shipyard in 2014
STX OSV Holdings Limited wins contract for design and construction of a cable laying vessel for an international client. The vessel will be of STX OSV’s own CLV 01 design with delivery scheduled from STX OSV in Norway in 3Q 2014.
Remote control of cranes improves productivity and working ergonomics in new Maasvlakte 2 container terminals; will be first in Europe to operate without a driver on board ABB, a power and automation technology group, recently won contracts from two major container terminal operators
Client Solution Architects LLC (CSA) wins contract to provide electronic & communications services to the US Navy & other government agencies. The contract is to provide electronic and communication services and solutions in support of mission capabilities for the US Navy