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  • Ports » Esbjerg Harbour accelerates investment
    and therefore the port now accelerates an extension of the East Harbour an investment of 84 million kroner The new port section will be 250 000 square meters We move a million investment from somewhere in the future to this year because there is so much demand for doing business within the port said Flemming Enevoldsen chairman of Esbjerg Harbour Esbjerg was expanded three years ago with the East Harbour which shipped offshore wind turbines One of the first companies that moved into the East Harbour in 2013 was MHI Vestas Offshore Wind which recently agreed with Esbjerg that the company will more than double its leased area from 54 200 to 138 200 square meters The extra space will be used for assembly and shipment of components for offshore wind turbines Furthermore an additional quay ensures that the company can implement several projects simultaneously Source dr dk Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Biggest cruise ship opens the season Frederikshavn Harbour expansion live Another record year for Hirtshals Harbour Esbjerg Harbour invests in a mobile crane Esbjerg Harbour accelerates investment Ports becoming busier Aalborg has reached environmental goals Cruise Record awaits Copenhagen in 2017 New customers

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18630 (2016-05-01)
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  • Events » DSA will have its own lounge at DMF 2016
    exhibit or arrange smaller events In the past two years the Danish Maritime Fair has proved an interesting hub during the Danish Maritime Days The Danish Shipowners Association has decided to participate with its own lounge this year and I hope that many of our member companies will make use of the booth says Anne H Steffensen CEO of the Danish Shipowners Association The Danish Shipowners Association will soon start putting together a program for the lounge but it is already clear that the Danish Shipowners Association will be present throughout the 3 day exhibition Danish Maritime Fair will be held on 25 27 October at Lokomotivværkstedet in Copenhagen with about 200 exhibitors from all parts of the maritime sector The fair is part of the Danish Maritime Days which takes place for the third time this year Source Danish Shipowners Association Maritime Denmark Read more about the Danish Maritime Fair CLICK HERE Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Numerous national pavilions af DMF 2016 DSA will have its own lounge at DMF 2016 Danish Maritime Fair is closed for now Prince Joachim visits Danish Maritime Fair Danish Maritime Fair 2015 is up and running Danish Maritime Fair is

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18623 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » DONG abandons large project at Hejre field
    Energy and Bayerngas has decided to terminate the contract on the Hejre platform as a result of supplier consortium material breach of their contractual relationship under the EPC contract for the design and construction of the Hejre platform We will now take a step back to assess what the future will hold for the Hejre field says David B Cook CEO of DONG Energy DONG Energy and Bayerngas will now evaluate alternative ways to develop the Hejre field At present time there cannot be given a date for production of the first oil from Hejre field DONG Energy and Bayerngas will work closely with the Danish authorities in the ongoing process DONG Energy and Bayerngas have agreed that DONG Energy manages the termination of the supplier consortium contract on behalf of the Hejre project DONG Energy thus takes over the potential economic gains and losses that may be associated with the EPC contract and the cancellation to the supplier consortium Source DONG Energy Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Dong Energy puts Hejre field up for sale Few accidents in the Danish oil industry Power from Horns Rev 3 wind turbines Turbulent 2015 for Lindø Industrial Park

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18624 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » Terntank names LNG-fueled tankers
    tanker is delivered from the yard at the end of June this year and the company expects that it will take about 5 6 weeks to sail her to Europe She will be time chartered to North European Oil Trade M T Ternsund will primarily distribute petroleum products from Neots refinery in Gothenburg ST1 The second vessel which was named M T Ternfjord will be delivered in August and on arrival in Europe be time chartered to Exxon Mobil in Norway She will primarily distribute petroleum products from ExxonMobil s refinery in Slagentangen near Tønsberg to own and external customers along the Norwegian coast The ship s name has a historical connection to southern Norway since Terntank s previous M T Ternfjord was built in Tonsberg not far from the ExxonMobil refinery in Slagen M T Ternfjord s godmother Cia Möller the wife of the company s Fleet Manager Claes Möller is seen on the big picture in the article The last two remaining ships in the series will be delivered later in 2016 early 2017 Source Terntank Rederi Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Terntank names LNG fueled tankers M H Simonsen expands with two ships

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18626 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » OMT competing for Australian warships
    Technology also known as OMT would like to supply the designs for nine Australian warships that will be built over the coming years The warships have a total value of 150 billion kroner OMT has in collaboration with the Navy developed three frigates in the so called Iver Huidtfeldt class Due to their modular construction they are only half as expensive to build as similar vessels The Danish designed warships will face strong competition from ships designed in Germany France and Britain all of which have a long tradition of building and exporting warships Later this year the Australian government will select three suppliers who are allowed to submit a bid for the job See a feature on the Danish bid on the job aired on TV2 Fyn here Source TV2 Fyn Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News The maritime creates prosperity in Scanel Growth potential in the maritime industry How sustainable scrapping should look like OMT competing for Australian warships Port Expansion worth 358 million on Lindø Hempel s new CEO has acceded Record year for Fayard Henrik Sørensen is the manager of the year New trawler order for Karstensens Shipyard MAN Diesel Turbo accused of

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18625 (2016-05-01)
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  • Shipping » Insurance of tows is not problematic
    that they must ensure that a vessel is insured One can always provide insurance information to all ships of a certain size at short notice through their classification company says the CEO of Svendborg Bugser Niels Ove Henriksen to Maritime Denmark According to the international Wreck Removal Convention ships that are wrecked must be insured so the cost of salvaging will not be imposed on the state In Denmark the Merchant Shipping Act has extended the compulsory insurance to include tows The change of the bill means that the towing companies now avoid the obligation to insure the tow Instead the obligation is to ensure that the customer has insured the ship If the owner of the tow has not they will be responsible for the cost of the salvaging Should a ship find itself in an emergency situation the international laws of the sea which obliges to help no matter the insurance situation will count The owner of a towing company may still refuse to take on a task if it is a smaller ship where the insurance situation has not been settled and if people the ship or the environment is in danger says Niels Ove Henriksen Jakob Ullegård CEO of the Danish Shipping Association also believes that the new bill is sufficient since it is not a burden to tug shipping companies with huge additional costs The proposal also ensures that the State does not incur expenses for salvage if something goes wrong during a towing operation The Danish Maritime Authority has estimated that in the last 20 years there has been 19 wrecks in Danish waters In only two cases the state has had expenses for wreck removal and overall cost was approximately one million kroner Source The editors of Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18627 (2016-05-01)
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  • Shipping » The Tunø ferry headed for a shipyard stay
    Fair Danish The Tunø ferry headed for a shipyard stay 24 03 2016 08 00 00 Tweet The Tunø ferry must stay at a shipyard in week 14 and will not sail on the route Hou Tunø from Monday April 4 to Friday April 8 The reason for the yard stay is the annual inspection At the same time general maintenance work will be carried out MF Ternen will sail as a replacement ferry again this year While the ferry is at a shipyard the passenger number is limited to 12 people There can only be brought hand luggage and some goods to and from Tunø The ferry company informs that placs must be booked in the period Source Tunøfærgen Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News New Samsø Ferry is in good shape A2SEA to install Arkona Wind Farm New ARK contract for DFDS Clipper Group joins Green Ship Bladt finished with Sand Bank project Delisting of Mols Linien shares postponed Mols Linien bids on routes to Bornholm Lauritzen Foundation expands board Drastic changes underway in Maersk Cargo ship aground at Skagen Pirates followed the Danish newspapers Maersk Broker expands Todays Top 5 New Samsø Ferry is

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18621 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » M.H. Simonsen expands with two ships
    from Silverburn Shipping Isle of Man will henceforth be operated by the Svendborg company M H Simonsen who will be in charge of chartering operations technology and staffing The two product tankers are approximately the size of the company s own tankers The two vessels were built in China five years ago Originally they sailed with the Gibraltar flag after which they were registered in the Netherlands Now they have switched from the Dutch flag to the Danish flag and are registered in the DIS Fyens dk observed the 93 meter long and 15 meter wide Silver Kenna in the dock at Petersen Sørensen Engineworkshop at Frederik Sea in Svendborg According to manager Poul Sækmose the ship should be painted bottom treated and have done various jobs in machinery and shaft The tanker was first programmed in Marstal but it proved too heavy to dock at Ærø Before the ship was docked in Svendborg Silver Kenna had a longer stay in Nyborg Lindholm port to have its tanks cleaned for transportation of a cargo of tar Source fyens dk Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Terntank names LNG fueled tankers M H Simonsen expands with two ships

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18620 (2016-05-01)
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