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Maritime Port Authority Singapore has rolled out a brand-new SRS system

Nov 08, 2021

Offshore Energy The Maritime Port Authority of Singapore(MPS) has launched a new Singapore Registry of Ships (SRS) notation initiative to reward ship owners/operators who voluntarily incorporate solutions to drive digital transformation and pursue sustainable shipping. The SRS accreditation system will cover 4 separate notations for vessels: “smart”, “cyber”, “welfare” and “green”, making SRS the first registry in th... Read More

Petronas FLNG Satu sends 50th LNG cargo

Oct 07, 2021

Source: Petronas Offshore Energy On 25 September 2021, the 50th milestone LNG cargo was loaded onto the Seri Cemara LNG carrier for shipment to Taiwan. MISC Berhad operates the vessel. Therefore, Petronas marks another milestone in floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG)* technologies. The company mentioned this showcases the viability of offshore gas production with FLNG solutions. The first FLNG cargo came from the Kanowit gas field, offshore Sarawak in 2017... Read More

DFDS plans to launch its 1st green vessel by 2025

Sep 13, 2021

Offshore Energy Danish ferry and logistics company DFDS is accelerating its climate plan to decarbonize the maritime sector sooner than previously expected. DFDS has been working to develop a hydrogen ferry. The experience gained from this project will enable DFDS to accelerate part of its climate strategy related to newbuilds and retrofits. Beginning with the launch of Project Green Vessel 2025, the ferry operator will now move up ambitions for its first green v... Read More

Singapore still is a world’s leading maritime centre

Aug 11, 2021

Offshore Energy Singapore has again been ranked as a key global shipping centre for the eighth year running as per a new published report (Xinhua-Baltic International Shipping Centre Development Index). Singapore has been rated as the top location due to: 1) Size of its port 2) Number of internationally focused shipbrokers, financiers, lawyers, and insurers 3) Supportive government policies. “Singapore is honoured to once again top this … index of g... Read More

Keppel and Sembcorp Marine in discussion for offshore and marine business merger

Jul 14, 2021

Offshore Energy Singapore’s conglomerate Keppel Corporation and Sembcorp Marine are reportedly planning to commence discussions to combine their offshore/marine(O&M) businesses. Reuters mentioned that a potential deal would bring together one of the world’s largest offshore oil rig builders with smaller rival Sembcorp, quoting sources familiar with the matter. A point of note is that both businesses were hit by years of oversupply in the sector an... Read More