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Ship Repair

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Chartworld charged by US in Marpol-related case

Greek company and chief engineer face prosecution for alleged irregularities after elderly reefer docks in Delaware

North America Ship repair

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

SembMarine developing new LNG bunker vessel designs

Yard group has also won $118m worth of orders for ballast water management systems and scrubber retrofits

Asia Pacific Singapore

Keppel O&M sees bright spots in FPSO conversions and scrubber retrofits

The gas segment could also spark gains, Keppel noted, with global demand for gas, led by Asia, continuing to grow

Asia Pacific Singapore

Maersk Honam to be rebuilt in South Korea

The stern section of fire-damaged Maersk Honam is to be shipped to South Korea for a new bow section to be attached

Middle East and Africa Asia Pacific

Major Southeast Asian yards see some hope but are still struggling

MMHE, Sembcorp Marine continue to bleed in 2018 however

Asia Pacific Environment

Sembcorp Marine wins $166m FPSO contract from Teekay

The project is scheduled to be completed by July 2020

Singapore Offshore
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