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POSH bags Shell's towing contract

PACC Offshore Services Holdings, through a joint venture with Seabridge Marine Services and Ezion Holdings, secured a contract to tow Shell's first floating liquefied natural gas plant to the Prelude gas field off Western Australia. The Prelude FLNG, measuring 488 metres by 74 metres and boasting a fully loaded displacement capacity of about 600,000 tons, is touted as the largest offshore product...


Keppel unit delivers Polish plant to client

A unit of Keppel Infrastructure Holdings has handed a waste-to- energy plant in Poland to its client, Keppel Corporation said yesterday. The Bialystok plant, which can process about 120,000 tonnes of waste a year, was delivered by Keppel Seghers on time and on budget on Dec 31, said KepCorp. Keppel Seghers was part of a consortium comprising Polish building giant Budimex and Spanish waste-manag...


ST Marine bags orders worth S$344m in fourth quarter

SINGAPORE Technologies Engineering said its marine arm, Singapore Technologies Marine, has secured new orders worth S$344 million for its shiprepair and engineering businesses in the fourth quarter of 2015. The contracts are for major upgrades, conversion, maintenance and repair of naval and commercial vessels. These vessels include patrol boats, a pipelay vessel, an accommodation and work barge,...


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