South Korean Shipyards Lead New Orders as Shipbuilding Backlog Falls

 

 

 

 

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BY THE MARITIME EXECUTIVE 

10-06-2020 06:58:22

 

 

The South Korean shipbuilding industry is continuing to outpace the Chinese shipyards in the volume of new orders. The tend continued for the third month in a row meaning that the Koreans also reported the largest new order volume during the third quarter of 2020.

Total new orders reached over 600,000 compensated gross tons in September according to calculations published in Business Korea with just over half the tonnage ordered placed at the Korean yards followed the Chinese. Less than five percent of the new order volume in the month went to yards in the remainder of the world.

The Korean shipyards were also first in total new order volume for the third quarter of 2020,

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Navantia. Noruega achaca un fallo de diseño a las fragatas construidas en Navantia

 

 

 

 

Apela a un error de estanqueidad sin reflotar el buque y sin hablar con la firma española

 
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FERROL / LA VOZ 30/11/2018 11:47 H
 
 La Voz de Galicia

Noruega ha extendido una larga sombra de sospecha sobre Navantia, al hacerse públicas las primeras conclusiones de las investigaciones que se llevan a cabo sobre el accidente de la fragata Helge Ingstad, fabricada en el astillero de Ferrol. Miembros de la Comisión de Investigación de Accidentes de Transporte noruega han apuntado a fallos en la estanqueidad del buque, lo que han considerado un error crítico de los barcos. Los investigadores sostienen que, tras la colisión de la fragata con el petrolero TS Sola, el pasado 8 de noviembre, la fragata se llenó muy rápido de agua, por

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Ritz Carlton pone a un técnico británico al frente de Barreras

 

 

 

https://www.lavozdegalicia.es/noticia/

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Liam Campbell dirigirá el astillero que tiene ya un nuevo consejo de administración, en el que sigue García Costas

Crucero en Barreras para Ritz CarltonXOAN CARLOS GIL

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VIGO 17/05/2020 00:35 H

 

Hijos de J. Barreras ya está bajo el control del armador de The Ritz Carlton de forma oficial. Y una de las primeras medidas que había que tomar es la renovación de los órganos de gobierno y del organigrama de gestión del astillero. Y eso es lo que ha ocurrido en las últimas horas.

Este viernes, en videoconferencia desde Miami, sede del grupo estadounidense, Douglas Prothero, el consejero delegado de Cruise Yatch 1 (la sociedad creada en Vigo para tomar el control de Barreras) mantuvo una reunión con parte del personal

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Navantia, BMT, Harland and Wolff to lure UK ship contracts

 

 

 

26 MAY 2020

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By Harry Lye

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Harland and Wolff's Belfast shipyard. Image: Alber Bridge.

 

 

The two companies have signed an ‘exclusive Teaming Agreement’ to bid for the Fleet Solid Support Ship (FSS) contract with BMT listed as an exclusive subcontractor should the team win the contract.

 

The teaming follows a troubled year for Harland and Wolff which went into administration last August and was later acquired by InfraStrata.

In a press release Team Resolute wrote: “Team Resolute combines 159 years of shipbuilding experience at one of the UK’s biggest shipyards, including the two largest dry docks in Europe, with unrivalled auxiliary design experience from UK designer BMT and a world-leading auxiliary shipbuilding track record from Navantia.”

The teaming

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Qatar Petroleum places big LNG carrier order with Chinese shipyards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Qatar Petroleum places big LNG carrier order with Chinese shipyards
Total value of the contract could reach US$3 billion, depending on requirements
 
29 Apr 2020 | Michael Marray

QATAR Petroleum has signed an agreement to reserve LNG ship construction capacity at Chinese yards, in order to ensure that it can meet its future LNG carrier fleet requirements, including those related to the vast North Field expansion.

The agreement was entered into between Qatar Petroleum and Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding Group Co Ltd (Hudong), a wholly owned subsidiary of China State Shipbuilding Corporation Limited (CSSC).

Under the terms of the agreement, a significant portion of Hudong's LNG ship construction capacity will be reserved for Qatar Petroleum up to 2027. The total value of the

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