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New Times Shipbuilding Launches Final LNG Dual-Fuel Bulker for Eastern Pacific Shipping

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wrote by Raghib . (27 days ago)

https://www.offshore-energy.biz/new-times-shipbuilding-launches-lng-dual-fuel-bulker-for-eps/

Chinese shipbuilder New Times Shipbuilding (NTS) has successfully launched the liquefied natural gas (LNG) dual-fuel bulker, Mount Ossa, for Singapore-based shipowner Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS). The launching ceremony for the 210,000-dwt LNG dual-fuel bulk carrier took place on May 17, 2024. This vessel is the final one in a series of eleven new bulk carriers that NTS is constructing for EPS.In addition to Mount Ossa, NTS also floated out a 7,000 TEU containership for EPS. Currently, Singapore’s shipowner has an extensive order book with NTS, which includes four 110,000-ton oil tankers, eleven 210,000-ton dual-fuel bulk carriers, and seven 7,000 TEU container ships.

EPS has also ordered six 50,000-ton chemical tankers and two 155,500-ton dual-fuel oil tankers. NTS's recent activities reflect a robust partnership with EPS. In June of the previous year, NTS launched another dual-fuel bulker, Mount Cook. Its sister vessel, Mount Tai, the fifth in this series, was named and delivered in May 2023. The third vessel in this series was delivered in November 2022, while the fourth vessel, Mount Ararat, was completed at the beginning of 2023.

 

 

Maritime Tensions Surge as Crude Tanker Hit in Red Sea Explosion

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wrote by Raghib . (3 months ago)

https://maritime-executive.com/article/houthis-target-tanker-as-they-also-involve-hamas-in-red-sea-conflict

Houthis Target Tanker as They Also Involve Hamas in Red Sea Conflict

In a potentially concerning incident indicative of the complexities surrounding maritime security in the region, the crude oil tanker Pacific 01, registered in Panama, experienced an explosion while traversing the Red Sea, approximately 65 nautical miles west of Al Hudaydah, Yemen. The event occurred overnight, with reports indicating that a second merchant vessel observed a missile passing overhead during the incident.

Attributed to Houthi militants, the attack has sparked discussions regarding the accuracy of targeting information, particularly concerning outdated vessel data. The tanker, formerly managed by Eastern Pacific Shipping of Singapore, was previously associated with Israeli shipping magnate Idan Ofer. However, recent ownership and management transfers to Pacific Ocean Energy Trans, a Vietnamese-based entity, occurred last month, resulting in the vessel's rebranding as Pacific 01.

 

Security authorities have underscored the risks associated with such discrepancies, highlighting previous instances where outdated vessel information led to similar targeting incidents. Initial reports from the UK Maritime Trade Organizations and Ambrey suggested that the tanker sustained damage from the attack. However, subsequent clarification from UKMTO revealed that following a daylight inspection, the vessel's master confirmed no damage had occurred, and the vessel proceeded with its intended route, signaling its upcoming transit through the Suez Canal.

 

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