The boom in demand for natural gas again generated major orders this week. South Korea won contracts worth US$1.5 billion for gas carriers destined to transport exports from Qatar. Japan won a deal for one combined liquefied petroleum gas and liquified ammonia gas carrier. Chinese orders included an ethane carrier and bulkers. The naval sector saw contracts worth US$1.42 billion for support vessels placed in the United States.

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Prospects & Orders

11.08.2022

Passenger vessel order placed with Australian yard

An expedition catamaran passenger vessel is being built by Australian…

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11.08.2022

Patrol vessel under construction for South America

U.S. yard Metal Shark is currently building a 35m-long patrol vessel…

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11.08.2022

CSSC Jiangnan reported to construct ethane carrier

Brokers say Chinese yard CSSC Jiangnan Shipbuilding has an order from…

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11.08.2022

SBM Offshore places FPU order

Dutch leasing company SBM Offshore has placed an order with Chinese…

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11.08.2022

New superyachts up to 30m long

Italian superyacht builder Ferretti Yachts has announced a new series…

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11.08.2022

New ferry for Finnish islands

Finnish marine architect Deltamarin has been selected as the designer…

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Inside Reports

11.08.2022

Leading Chinese yard posts higher profits

Chinese yard group Yangzijiang Shipbuilding (Holdings) has reported a…

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11.08.2022

South Korean yards lead global order wins in July as prices rise

South Korean shipbuilders won about 55% of shipbuilding orders for…

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11.08.2022

Fear large British naval order could go to a foreign yard

British labour unions are pressing the two candidates seeking to be…

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11.08.2022

Will South Korean yard be split up for a sale?

South Korean Government and state-backed authorities are increasingly…

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11.08.2022

Indian yards start refitting U.S. naval vessels

The first US Navy vessel has arrived at an Indian shipyard for repairs…

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11.08.2022

Korea to allow more foreign shipyard workers

The South Korean government will increase the quota of foreign workers…

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