Friday, September 22, 2006 Maritime News

Esnaad Orders Five New Vessels Worth $60m

Sep 22, 2006

Gulfnews has reported that Adnoc subsidiary Esnaad, a marine and supply base services company, has ordered five new vessels from Singapore at a cost of $60m as part of its fleet replacement,

Qatar Gas Transport to Add to Fleet

Sep 22, 2006

According to Forbes, Qatar Gas Transport Co said it will lease 10 South Korean-built liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers, bringing the size of its carrier fleet to 16.

Adesta Awarded $2.2m Contract

Sep 22, 2006

Adesta, LLC, a systems integrator and project management company for communication networks and electronic security systems was awarded a $2.2 million contract

Lloyd's Register Names New Global Business Manger

Sep 22, 2006

Lloyd's Register has appointed Dr Paul Davies as Global Business Manager for Risk Management Services. His role is to lead the growth of risk management

Diana Shipping Assumes Shipbuilding Contracts

Sep 22, 2006

Diana Shipping Inc., a global shipping transportation company specializing in dry bulk cargoes, announced that it has assumed shipbuilding contracts from two

Qatar Gas Transport to lease 10 LNG carriers

Sep 22, 2006

Qatar Gas Transport Co said it will lease 10 South Korean-built liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers, bringing the size of its carrier fleet to 16. The company

USS Bonhomme Richard Tests British Technology

Sep 22, 2006

By Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Hermes Crespo, Fleet Public Affairs Center Pacific BRITISH COLUMBIA, Canada (NNS) -- U.S. Navy Sailors and American and

Navy to Christen First LCS

Sep 22, 2006

The U.S. Navy will christen Freedom, the first littoral combat ship (LCS) at 10 a.m. EDT Sept. 23, during a ceremony at Marinette Marine Corp. in Marinette, Wis.

Odfjell Expands its Chemical Tanker Fleet

Sep 22, 2006

Odfjell has invested more than $130m recently in expanding its fleet, acquiring five chemical tankers. Four of the chemical tankers are second-hand ships with

Multraship Completes Salvage of Gulizar Ana

Sep 22, 2006

Salvage and towage company Multraship has successfully righted the Turkish general cargo ship Gulizar Ana, which capsized on September 10 in the Romanian port of Galati while loading cargo,

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