Latest News for: Oslo ship

Edit

MPC Container Ships seals refinancing deal

Splash24/7 29 Jul 2021
Oslo-listed MPC Container Ships has arranged a $70m three-year revolving credit facility with CIT Group ... Constantin Baack, CEO of MPC Container Ships, stated ... .
Edit

Trøim mounts Oslo listing for new dry bulk vehicle

Splash24/7 21 Jul 2021
Tor Olav Trøim’s recently launched dry bulk vehicle, Himalaya Shipping, will be listed on the OTC exchange in Oslo following a recent $30m boost raised from Norwegian ...
Edit

Arne Fredly buys into MPC Container Ships

Splash24/7 09 Jul 2021
Norwegian tycoon Arne Fredly has emerged as a major shareholder in Oslo-listed MPC Container Ships.
Edit

Isle of Man Ship Registry Appointed by First Chinese Ship Owner

The Maritime Executive 30 Jun 2021
The Isle of Man Ship Registry (IOMSR) has been ... Meanwhile, in another recent milestone, the IOMSR was the first flag to issue acceptance of a modification for a Very Large Gas Carrier to run on liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) as a greener fuel for Oslo-listed shipping company BW LPG.
Edit

Cadeler orders wind turbine installation vessels at Cosco Shipping Heavy

Splash24/7 30 Jun 2021
Oslo-listed Cadeler has signed a newbuilding contract with Cosco Shipping Heavy Industry for the construction of two new X-class wind turbine installation vessels ... .
Edit

Pioneer Marine puts entire fleet up for sale

Splash24/7 28 Jun 2021
Oslo OTC-listed Pioneer Marine has decided to cash out of shipping, putting its entire ...
Edit

LNG vessel demand forecast to double this decade

Splash24/7 20 Jun 2021
Booming Asian demand is set to double the ton-miles picture for LNG shipping in the 2020s, new analysis from Oslo-based Rystad Energy suggests ... “Larger volumes and longer sailing distances have caused this increase in demand for LNG carriers in the current decade,” Rystad stated in a new report looking at LNG shipping emissions.
Edit

Did Vikings Use Crystals To Navigate The High Seas?

Principia Scientific 16 Jun 2021
Vikings navigating the high seas using crystals? It sounds like something from a fantasy novelbut it might just be true. Viking sunstones may have been used to navigate the open seas, even in bad weather ... Photo ... History writes ... the Oseberg ship in Oslo, via Getty Images Please Donate Below To Support Our Ongoing Work To Defend The Scientific Method.

Most Viewed

×