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Vincent Wee

News Editor

Hong Kong
Vincent Wee is Lloyd’s List’s Asia-Pacific news editor based in Hong Kong. He handles coverage through Asian hours, co-ordinating with the Asian team in Singapore and China editor Cichen Shen based in Hong Kong, and working alongside the global news team. He has previously covered the maritime industry at The Business Times in Singapore and as Seatrade’s Hong Kong correspondent, handling a wide range of industry issues.
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Offshore assets still living out their golden years

While probably not ideal for the market as a whole and not welcome to players with better assets, the recent trends keeps some companies in business during the current tough times

Asia Pacific Offshore

Keppel Offshore wins integration and upgrade deals

The first contract is between Keppel Shipyard and a leading operator of oil and gas production vessels for fabrication and integration work on an FPSO vessel. The second is between Keppel FELS and Diamond Offshore for the upgrade of a drilling semi-submersible rig

Asia Pacific Offshore

The future of the OSV market rests on consolidation

The decisions of owners in controlling the supply side of the equation will also be important and more scrapping is needed in addition to curtailing newbuildings to bring the market back into balance

International Consolidation

Golar LNG secures funding for two projects

Among key names in lending syndicates are Singapore's Clifford Capital and China's CSSC Leasing, where yard players linked to the lenders have won the conversion jobs
Asia Pacific Tankers and Gas

New Malaysia rail link gives options for shippers

Current volumes are low however and market penetration will ultimately depend on end-to-end supply chain costs, analysts warn

Asia Pacific Containers

Tougher action urged on misdeclaration of cargoes

The prospect of a major incident happening in port close to a population or commercial centre was brought up as a possible disaster scenario that would quickly change perceptions

Asia Pacific Casualty
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