Friday, October 26, 2012

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Company: DAEYANG ELECTRIC CO., LTD
Country:  South Korea
Address: 503, SHINPYEONG-DONG, SAHA-GU, Busan, Korea (South) 604030
Contact: Danny Kim
Tel: + 82-51-200-5283
  















The lighting division produces lighting devices for various ships such as LNG or LPG freighters, VLCC, container ships, chemical freighters and oil/natural gas prospection rigs, and products qualified for specialized industries such as KEPCO. Moreover, we are putting our efforts to produce electronic lighting devices for LCD, instrument board for ship, car, train and various industries.

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[Marine] Wave Power in Canary Islands

Wave Power in Canary Islands

During the EEA Grant Conference arranged by Innovation Norway and CDTI in Bergen, the Norwegian company Langlee Wave Power and Repnaval Shipyard (Zamakona Yards) signed an agreement for the development of wave power in the Canary Islands.

The two companies will file a common application to the EEA grants for development of renewable energy in Spain.

Langlee Wave Power AS has developed a unique technology to convert waves in the sea into electricity and the company consideres the Canary Islands to be the best place for wave power in Europe.

The achipielago has a good and stabile wave climate and todays electricity, primary produced by diesel generators, is expensive and with a significant CO2 contribution.

With the Langlee technology, electricity can be produced with lower cost by a renewable energy source. The development will create hundreds of local jobs.

Langlee Wave Power has its head office near Oslo, Norway and has recently established a subsidary in Gran Canaria.

Repnaval S.A. in Gran Canaria is part of Zamakona Yards which is one of Spain’s main shipbuilding and repair groups with more than 1.000 employees located also in Bilbao, San Sebastian and Las Palmas Gran Canaria.

Proexca, the public company for economic development of the Canary Islands, has had an important role in making this cooperation happen.

Langlee and Repnaval have in more than a year been in dialogues for a possible cooperation and have huge plans for development of wave power in the Canary Islands.



Published : October 26, 2012


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[Marine] Ezra scores Subsea orders

Ezra scores Subsea orders

Oct. 25, 2012 - Ezra Holdings Limited, a leading global offshore contractor and provider of integrated offshore solutions to the oil and gas (O&G) industry, announced that its subsea construction division, EMAS AMC, has secured contracts worth more than US$65 million, including options, for projects in the Gulf of Mexico and West Africa.

The Gulf of Mexico work will see EMAS AMC introduce the Lewek Falcon, a versatile subsea construction vessel, into the Gulf of Mexico for a long-term campaign on the Walker Ridge Gathering System (WRGS), which is an ultra-deep (2500 metres) setup to provide natural gas gathering services. The scope of work will consist of the transportation and installation of suction piles, manifolds and jumpers along with pipeline pre-commissioning support, and work is expected to commence first half of 2013.

The West Africa-Equatorial Guinea contract extends an existing general service agreement with ExxonMobil for subsea engineering, subsea construction and ROV support activities in West Africa through mid-2014.

Mr Lionel Lee, Managing Director of Ezra Holdings, said: “These project wins demonstrate that our subsea focus is paying off. We have been building a strong track record for our subsea construction division the past year, with past and recent project awards in remote areas and ultra-deep waters. Our continuous investment in people and key assets will reinforce our ability to efficiently and reliably support our growing global client base.”

Project management and engineering will begin immediately from EMAS AMC’s Houston office.



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[Marine] Technip Soars in Q3

Technip Soars in Q3

France's Technip saw its profits climb in the third quarter of the year while its order backlog hit a record high.

The engineering company posted a net profit of EUR 146m for the three months to 30 September, up 20.9% year-on-year.

Revenue also jumped 23.5% to EUR 2.1bn. Subsea segment generated nearly EUR 1.1bn, up 42.5%. Onshore/offshore segment also posted a 7.1% rise in revenue at around EUR 1bn.

At the end of the quarter the company's order backlog totaled EUR 13.5bn, of which EUR 6.1bn was for subsea segment.



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[Equipment] Ezra boosted by Subsea

Ezra boosted by Subsea

Ezra Holdings reported a 63% jump in its full-year profits thanks to subsea business.

It posted net profit of $65m for the twelve months to 31 August 2012, versus the $40m a year earlier. Revenue also soared 76% to $984m.

Ezra attributed the excellent performance to the successful integration of its Emas AMC subsea services subsidiary.

Emas AMC was formed in March last year after Ezra bought Aker Marine Contractors from Aker Solutions.



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[Equipment] Wartsila awarded icebreaker deal

Wartsila awarded icebreaker deal

Wärtsilä, the marine industry’s leading solutions and services provider, has been awarded the contract to supply integrated power and automation systems for two new icebreakers being built for a Russian state-owned enterprise by Vyborg Shipyard JSC, a long-time partner of Wärtsilä. The contract was signed in October 2012.

The vessels, scheduled to be delivered in 2015, will operate mainly in the Baltic Sea and in Arctic waters. Wärtsilä’s strong track record in supplying reliable and technically sound solutions for icebreakers, and other vessels operating in arctic conditions, was cited as being a key factor in the award of this contract. There is an option pending to supply similar equipment for a third icebreaker within this same project.

“Wärtsilä has a leading market position in supplying power and automation systems for icebreakers and other vessels that operate in harsh, arctic conditions. Such ships are usually working a long way from port repair facilities, and for that reason reliability and operating efficiencies are essential. We have worked closely with the leading Russian ship-owners for many years, and they are well aware of our capabilities in this area,” says Aaron Bresnahan, Vice President Sales, Wärtsilä Ship Power.

Wärtsilä has been present in Russia for more than 30 years and has a strong position in the market. The company employs more than 125 people serving the marine and power plant markets, for both new installations and after-sales service of existing installations.

Each vessel is equipped with:
4 x 12-cylinder Wärtsilä 32 main engines
2 x 4-cylinder Wärtsilä 20 auxiliary gensets
Wärtsilä Power Management System (PMS)
Wärtsilä Power Distribution System
Wärtsilä Power Drive System



Published : October 26, 2012


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[Equipment] AVEVA provides 3D scanning

AVEVA provides 3D scanning

Cambridge, UK and Sunnyvale, Calif. - 24 October 2012: AVEVA and Trimble announced that they are collaborating to provide an efficient integration between Trimble's 3D laser scanning solutions and AVEVA's laser scanning software solutions, including the LFM Software suite, for the plant, power and marine industries. The integration will enable customers to rapidly capture, import and integrate 3D laser scan data into their design workflows. With Trimble and AVEVA combining technologies, customers will have access to industry leading laser capture technology combined with world's most efficient laser data processing software.

"Working with Trimble supports the AVEVA strategy of delivering innovative software solutions to our customers which add value to laser data captured from all the leading hardware vendors," said Bruce Douglas, Senior Vice-President, EDS Strategy & Marketing, AVEVA. "We are delighted to support the use of Trimble's 3D laser scanning solutions with AVEVA and LFM Software to enable the rapid creation of 3D models and management of laser scan data for our customers."

David Fitzpatrick, General Manager at Trimble added, "Tightly integrating Trimble's portfolio of 3D laser scanning solutions with AVEVA and LFM's laser software portfolios can provide plant customers with an efficient workflow for maximizing the use of 3D data."

AVEVA and LFM Software laser scanning solutions are helping companies capture their brownfield, as-built assets to improve efficiency and extend operational lifecycles. From point cloud to bubble view, from scan to 3D model, AVEVA and LFM have solutions for virtually every application.



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[Equipment] CSDC issues bonds again

CSDC issues bonds again

China Shipping Development Co, the subsidiary of China Shipping Group, issued a second batch of bonds worth CNY 2.5bn ($400m) following on its earlier issuance two months ago.

The funds will be used to replenish its working capital.

CSDC expects CNY 12.6bn in capital expenditures between 2012 and 2013 as it is scheduled to take deliveries of 58 newbuildings.



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[Equipment] Tallinn Port New Icebreaker

Tallinn Port New Icebreaker

On October 24, the Port of Tallinn signed 50 million euro agreement with Finnish shipping company Arctia for the purchase of icebreaking vessel MSV Botnica.

“We are planning to finance the purchase with a short-term loan from a commercial bank,” says Marko Raid, the CFO of Port of Tallinn. In longer term the Port of Tallinn is seeking to refinance the purchase through a loan from the Nordic Investment Bank over anticipated maturity period of up to 10 years.

“This is an excellent outcome for us both and it will benefit the maritime traffic for the whole Gulf of Finland. MSV Botnica is originally built for icebreaking in the Gulf of Finland and we are glad to see that the vessel will continue this work,” says Tero Vauraste, CEO of Arctia. “Botnica has a strong record from the hard winters in Finland and it has an excellent reputation from other seas as well.”

He added that sale of the vessel is part of Arctia´s strategy to find long-term solutions to each vessel of the company’s fleet.

The Port of Tallinn will use MSV Botnica for providing icebreaking services according to a ten-year contract signed with the Estonian Maritime Administration (EMA) on Tuesday. In Estonia, the EMA is responsible for organising icebreaking services. The Port of Tallinn will, according to the contract, provide the EMA with the vessel and crew for that purpose.

It is currently anticipated that MSV Botnica will arrive into Estonia in the second half of December. Pursuant to the contract for 2013-2022 icebreaking services signed between the Port of Tallinn and the EMA, this winter’s icebreaking service begins on January 2nd, 2013. The season lasts until April 20th, 2013. In following years the navigation season lasts between December 20th and April 20th.

The Port of Tallinn acquired MSV Botnica in accordance with the strategic interest of the Estonian State to maintain the navigability of Estonian ports in the Gulf of Finland throughout the icebreaking season. Estonia’s only current icebreaker Tarmo is nearly 50 years old and at the end of its life cycle.

Providing icebreaking services is not the core business of the Port of Tallinn, thus both the Council of the Company as well as the Ministry of Economy and Communications in its role as the representative of the Owner were actively involved in in the decision making process for the icebreaking services contract as well as for the vessel purchase.

According to the contract with the EMA, MSV Botnica will mainly assist ships and convoys in arriving and departing the ports of Muuga, Kunda and Sillamäe, as well as the ports in Tallinn Bay, Kopli Bay and Paldiski Bay.

MSV Botnica is a multipurpose icebreaker built in 1998 by Aker Finnyards in Rauma, Finland. Her ice class is ICE-10, length (LOA) is 97.3 and beam 24.3 metres. The maximum speed of MSV Botnica is 16.5 knots in open water; she can maintain a speed of 8 knots in ice up to 80cm thickness. The maximum ice thickness in which MSV Botnica is capable of maintaining constant speed is 1.2 meters.

Estonia’s only current icebreaker Tarmo was built in 1963. In 2010/2011 season Finnish vessel Zeus and in 2011/2012 Norwegian Vidar Viking were also contracted for icebreaking services. On Pärnu Bay the icebreaking services are provided by EMA’s buoy tender EVA 316, which – on a need basis – has been supported by Estonian and Finnish chartered towboats.



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