General – LNG Carriers
South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries has won orders to build in total 14 LNG carriers worth about $3 billion.[Read more…] about Samsung Heavy to build 14 LNG carriers
South Korean contractor Samsung C&T has formed a joint venture with Vietnamese counterpart Lilama to build one of Vietnam’s first power stations to be fuelled by liquefied natural gas (LNG).[Read more…] about Vietnam’s first power stations to be fuelled by LNG
A consortium composed of Jan de Nul Group and Samsung C&T has won a HVDC cable installation and convertors package contract to help with the electrification of all Abu Dhabi National Oil Company’s (ADNOC’s) offshore production facilities.[Read more…] about Jan de Nul to support electrification project in Abu Dhabi
Hitachi Energy announced it has won a major order from Samsung C&T Corporation to connect ADNOC’s offshore operations to the onshore power grid in the United Arab Emirates owned and operated by Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA).[Read more…] about First-of-its-kind sub-sea power transmission network in MENA region
South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has announced plans to enter the renewables market with the development of a large-scale floating wind turbine.[Read more…] about Samsung unveils 9.5 MW Floater targeting Korea’s giant floating wind project
Saipem signed a bareboat charter contract with the Samsung Heavy Industries Company yards for a new drillship, the Samsung Santorini which will be delivered in November 2021.[Read more…] about Saipem charters latest generation drillship
Samsung Heavy Industries successfuly completed the North Sea bound offshore platform within the scheduled delivery date in the original contract.
[Read more…] about ‘Johan Sverdrup’ riser platform leaves South Korea
The world’s largest FPSO vessel left the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in Geoje, South Korea under tow late last week for its voyage to Nigeria.
[Read more…] about World’s largest FPSO departs Samsung Heavy Industries
ALE has completed the load-out of the first 30,000t Cat-J jack-up rig at the Samsung Heavy Industries Shipyard in South Korea by using its skidding system designed specifically for the project.
[Read more…] about ALE loads out first 30,000t Cat-J jack-up in South Korea
Statoil, on behalf of the Johan Sverdrup license, has awarded Samsung Heavy Industries the contract for decks for both the process and riser platforms.