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Latest From Shipbuilding
The outlooks, forecasts and predictions for 2020 which were compiled at the end of last year now look like they were made in another age and on another planet. So what has the remainder of this most unusual year got in store for the industry?
The company says the deal for a new installation vessel and an accompanying crane marks a major step as it transitions to a sustainable future
Knutsen LNG, Korea Line Corp and ICBC Financial Leasing are to place shipbuilding orders for the tankers to be supplied to Shell
The total number of ships delivered in 2020 is expected to increase compared with last year, but a high number of deliveries will be delayed to 2021 and cancellations are increasing
AW Shipping is a joint venture between China’s Wanhua Chemical Group and Abu Dhabi National Oil Co
The two sides are expected to reach an accord by the end of 2020 and are continuing with discussions on investment proportions and other financial details
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The head of shipbuilding at Japan’s transport ministry outlines the country’s roadmap to zero-emission ships, and offers views on industry consolidation and state subsidies
Ongoing Saudi strategy to flood the market with oil sees Bahri charter in another two VLCCs within five days
Demand for both LNG carrier and large containership newbuildings this year may fall short of expectations due to the coronavirus outbreaks
Japan is one of the five foreign jurisdictions whose anti-trust authorities can throw a spanner in the works of the HHI-DSME megamerger
Shipbuilding nations advocating market-based rules, such as Japan, have been disappointed by continuing government handouts from competitors, but the frustration is unlikely to go away anytime soon
South Korea and China have eaten away at the Japanese share of the shipbuilding market in recent years
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