Imabari Shipbuilding along with MAN Energy Solutions, Mitsui E&S Machinery, ClassNK, ITOCHU ENEX and ITOCHU Corporation shake their hands and signed an agreement in order to jointly develop vessels equipped with ammonia-fueled engine and achieve net zero emissions.
Cargill, Maersk Tankers and Mitsui & Co. announced the establishment of a collaboration to advance the reduction of global greenhouse gases (GHGs) in shipping. The companies will work towards lowering maritime GHG emissions by fully exploiting existing fuel-saving technologies and exploring new technical solutions.
Alexey Miller, Chairman of Russia’s Gazprom Management Committee, met with Masami Iijima, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Japanese Mitsui & Co., Ltd., in Moscow on 22 January. The parties discussed current issues related to bilateral collaboration, including the Sakhalin II project.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. announced on December 20 that it participated in a demonstration test of ship class survey using aerial drones to inspect an MOL-operated coal carrier in service. The test reassured the benefits of using drones to monitor rust, corrosion, and the presence of cracks.
Uniper SE and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines enter into agreement on Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) project in Wilhelmshaven, Germany.
On the sidelines of the Eastern Economic Forum, Russian Gazprom and Japanese Mitsui & Co. Ltd. signed a MoU on the LNG plant project Baltic LNG. The parties also discussed the ongoing cooperation on the Sakhalin II project, which includes Russia’s first LNG plant.
MODEC, Mitsui & Co, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Marubeni and Mitsui E&S Holdings, agreed that Mitsui, MOL, Marubeni and Mitsui E&S will invest in a long-term charter business to provide a floating production, storage, and offloading system for use in the Mero field off the coast of Brazil. The FPSO will be chartered for 22 years.
Chinese and Japanese shipping companies are collaborating to create an Arctic Ocean route, with the aim to ship LNG to Asian markets. This development is an attempt which has as a target to reduce transport time by more than half. Namely, Mitsui and Cosco will cooperate, diversifying risk, as sailing in the Arctic hides many dangers.
Mitsui is about to make an offer of A$0.95 cash per share for all of the issued shares of AWE, which was announced on 5 February 2018. Mitsui currently has an interest in 3.01% of AWE’s shares. Mitsui will declare the offer unconditional if it acquires an interest in AWE shares of at least 50.1%, on 14 March 2018.
This alliance aims to maintain the sustainable growth of the two companies in the shipbuilding business. The two companies will remain independent and will collaborate to enhance design development capabilities and cost competitiveness and increase orders, as well.
Trafigura proposes carbon levy on shipping fuels25/09/2020
Spain must recover illegal state aid for ships built in domestic shipyards, EU court says25/09/2020
- Maritime Health
Update Sept: Live map depicts spread of coronavirus25/09/2020
New Zealand: Update on COVID-19 restrictions25/09/2020
Brazil updates berthing and mooring rules25/09/2020
Owner of New Diamond to pay $1.8 million for Sri Lanka’s help25/09/2020
World's largest LNG container ship named ''CMA CGM Jacques Saade''25/09/2020
IMarEST issues guide on scrubber challenges25/09/2020
450 coronavirus positive seafarers, quarantined onboard for weeks25/09/2020
First lock gate for the new IJmuiden sea lock at Port of Amsterdam installed25/09/2020