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Dragon Class Liquid Gas Transport Vessels, Denmark

The Dragon-class liquid gas transport vessels are a series of eight, identical multi-gas carriers ordered by Danish ship operator, Evergas. The vessels are among the world’s biggest ethane carriers. Evergas has signed contracts with Sinopacific Offshore & Engineering (SOE) for the design and construction of a series of 27,500m3multi-gas carriers ...

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Edda Ferd Platform Supply Vessel (PSV), Norway

Edda Ferd is the latest platform supply vessel (PSV) to be commissioned into the fleet of Ostensjo Rederi in October 2013. The vessel was earlier launched in October 2012. It is being constructed by Astilleros Gondan at its Figueras facilities in Spain. The vessel is being constructed as part of ...

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Pazflor FPSO Vessel, Angola

The Pazflor floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel was built by Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) for Total E&P Angola. The Pazflor project is located in offshore Angola, in water depths of 600-1,200m, about 40km east of the Dalia FPSO and 150km away from the shore. The FPSO ...

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MV Legionnaire Ro-Pax Ferry, Canada

MV Legionnaire is the second of the two Ro-Pax ferries built by Damen Shipyards Group for the government of Newfoundland and Labrador Province, Canada. The launch and naming ceremony of the vessel was held at Damen Shipyards Galati in Romania, in July 2015. The first of the two vessels, MV ...

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Seychelles Paradise, Seychelles

Seychelles Paradise is a small coastal tanker, which was delivered in October 2009. It was built according to a directive passed by the Republic of Seychelles Government to improve its marine infrastructure and save the islands from oil and gas pollution. The vessel was built with the aim of supplying ...

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B9 Shipping Carbon Neutral Coastal Vessel, United Kingdom

Ireland-based B9 Shipping, a subsidiary of B9 Energy Group, is developing carbon neutral coastal vessels that will be commercially viable in terms of price and performance in comparison with conventional oil-powered sea going vessels. B9 Shipping plans to build a demonstrator vessel by 2012 to carry bio material to UK ...

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