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    Nakilat takes over management of MESAIMEER.

    Nakilat takes over the management and operations of the Q-Flex LNG carrier Mesaimeer from STASCO.

    Mesaimeer is the sixth LNG vessel that will come under the management of Nakilat Shipping Qatar Ltd. Before the Mozah , Mekaines , Umm Slal , Al Ghuwairiya and the Al Dafna.

    GasLog Gibraltar

    The GasLog Gibraltar is the fourth of seven GasLog vessels. In a 10 year charter for Shell.

    VLCC deal with Oman Shipping

    Oman Shipping Company has entered into a contract for its very large crude carriers with Shell Eastern Trading for three years.

    Ten Oman Shipping vessels in long term time charter.

    Ten Oman Shipping vessels in long term time charter by STASCO. The names are; Muscat Silver, Rustaq Silver, Nakhal Silver, Mahadah Silver, Muhut Silver, Yankul Silver, Dank Silver, Madha Silver, Sadah Silver and Khasab Silver.

    Nakilat takes over its LNG fleet management from Shell.

    Nakilat signed an agreement with Shell to begin the planned phased transition of the management of Nakilat’s 25 LNG vessels from Shell to NSQL. The vessels will be transitioned in three phases starting this year.

    Shell Tankers B.V. and Shell Tankers (UK) Ltd. on Facebook

    There is now a Dutch Group Schepen van Shell Tankers B.V. on Facebook. And don't forget the British Shell Tankers (UK) Ltd. Group. (1380 members)

    GasLog Geneva

    The GasLog Geneva is the third of seven GasLog vessels. In a 10 year charter for Shell.

    GasLog Glasgow

    The GasLog Glasgow is the second of seven GasLog G-class vesssels. In a 10 year charter for Shell.

    Six Tristar vessels in charter

    Six Tristar Transport vessels in long term time charter by STASCO. The names are. Silver Manoora , Silver Muna , Silver Hessa , Silver Heba , Silver Sawsan and Silver Joan .

    Posh Terasea will tow Prelude FLNG to Australia

    Singapore-based ocean towing firm POSH Terasea has announced that five of its anchor-handling vessels will be taking the Prelude FLNG – the world's largest offshore facility – from Samsung's Geoje shipyard to the Browse natural gas basin offshore Australia, a distance of over 3,000 nm.

    The five vessels are the Terasea Osprey, Terasea Falcon, Terasea Hawk, Terasea Eagle and the Posh Champion.

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