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  • Capital expenditure (Capex) on global liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities is expected to total $259 billion over the forecast period 2015-2019, according to the new ninth edition of Douglas-Westwood’s (DW) World LNG Market Forecast 2015-2019, which predicts investments to be 88% larger than during the previous five-year period.
    Report author, Amanda Tay, commented, “Global LNG Capex witnessed a slowdown in the period 2009 through to 2012, as a result of the global recession. Post-2012, alongside stronger confidence in the global economy and a growing appetite for energy, the industry started picking up and has piqued investors’ interest in LNG projects again. Events such as the shale gas revolution in North America and Japan’s emergency reliance on LNG, subsequent to the Fukushima incident, have all played and will play a part in shaping the LNG sector.
     “Australasia and Asia have dominated Global LNG Capex in recent years, however, over the forecast period all the regions are expected to experience positive growth in Capex, except for Australasia and the Middle East. With its ambitious plans to export LNG, DW expects North America to be a significant market player in the forecast period. Asia is set to slightly increase its market share to 32% of investments in the forecast period, largely from regasification/import projects in China, Indonesia and Japan, as a result of increasing appetite for energy.
     “Liquefaction terminals will represent two-thirds of the total market reflecting a 90% growth compared to the last five years. Import terminal expenditure is forecast to represent a quarter of total global LNG expenditure, a 112% increase, with LNG carrier expenditure just 9% of global expenditure.
     “In the next five years we can also expect to see increasing participation from Chinese shipyards in the LNG shipbuilding sector. Around 100 LNG carriers are expected to be delivered globally during the forecast 2015-2019 with a total Capex of $23bn. General confidence in the market and a robust line-up of LNG terminals point towards a promising LNG carrier shipbuilding industry. The observed increase in average price of carriers and increase in carrier capacities are expected to continue in the forecast period.”
     

    (As published in the March 2015 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News - http://magazines.marinelink.com/Magazines/MaritimeReporter)

  • on the 31,000-dwt vessel, which is the new mainstay of Compagnie Generale Maritime's (CGM) p a r t i c i p a t i o n in the Europe/ Australasia trade, were conceived for a minimum level of manning, said to be unprecedented in a French-owned ship of this type and size. Automation aboard

  • for design innovations. The colorfully illustrated publication discusses Tideland projects in such areas as Africa and the Middle East, Europe, Australasia, the Far East, Latin America, and Canada. This is followed by three domestic sections. The first covers Gulf Coast projects such as Galveston Bay

  • by huge financial commitments to both liquefaction projects and gas import facilities. The liquefaction developments will drive expenditure, with Australasia and North America playing a fundamental role in bringing new supply into the international market. Spend will peak in 2015 and decline slightly

  • North America, Latin America, Western Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, West Africa, East and South Africa, South East Asia, South Asia, Australasia, Centrally Planned Economies, OECD members, OPEC members and Non-Communist World countries. A special feature included in the brochure is a

  • rigs. ITED's major international marketing areas include Europe, India, Africa, Latin America, the Mideast and the Far East including China and Australasia. For free literature on GE's line of marine diesel engines, diesel electric power modules and generators for marine application, Circle 56

  • has now formally joined the Japanese marine community. At an inauguration ceremony held in Tokyo. David French, Sub-Business Unit Manager for Japan, Australasia and Korea, announced that International Paint Japan has commenced full business operations. The ceremony was attended by guests from the Japanese

  • terminal systems. Heretofore, the marketing area which encompasses Southeast Area, Indonesia, the Southwest Pacific, the Western Pacific islands, Australasia and the subcontinent of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, has been serviced out of the firm's Los Angeles headquarters. Mr. Allchorn noted the

  • years. Mr. Kerr has been regional manager and managing director of IMODCO, Ltd., London, since 1971, and earlier was IMODCO regional manager in Australasia. A graduate of the Royal Australian Naval College and of the Royal Naval Engineering College, Plymouth, England, Mr. Kerr served in the Royal

  • FLNG projects. Shell awarded the design, construction and installation to the Technip-Samsung Consortium in 2011. Spending Shift from Middle East to Australasia The success of the Prelude FLNG vessel is not just critical for future projects; it is also pivotal to Australia’s future domination of LNG exports

  • , with vacancies in the Scottish sector of the North Sea, plus opportunities to work abroad in Norway, the Middle East, Asia, South America, Africa, Australasia and China.”   Email: enquiries@mtcs.info www.mtcs.info (As published in the September 2013 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - www.seadiscove

  • I systems have been installed on two ships of the Dansk Esso fleet, the Esso Elsinor and Esso Danica. Future installations include a system at AWA Australasia. Shipments began in September of this year. The INMARSAT system consists of three satellites in geostationary orbit 22,370 miles above the equator k

  • MR Oct-16#48  
Part IV 
China &  
Quiet
Australasia
  Expansion
Photos:)
    October 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 48

    Fisheries Fleets Review: Part IV China & Quiet Australasia Expansion Photos: (start top, go clockwise): Asia Ready: the Piriou PS 80-1780-1960 Advanced tuna seiner features a helipad and 1780 m2 of storage in brine or dry freeze. (Illustration: Courtesy/© PIRIOU); Vuot Song’s three designs for the

  • MR Oct-16#2  the Paci? c NW to China and Australasia, investment contin-
ebrates)
    October 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 2

    SOLUTIONS 36 Tomas Tillberg 58 SHIPBUILDING 47 FISHERIES FLEET REVIEW As Tomas Tillberg Design cel- 64 DESIGN From the Paci? c NW to China and Australasia, investment contin- ebrates two decades in business, ues in a new ? eet of advanced ? shing vessels. the founder visits with MR for an 66 PROPULSION

  • MR Oct-16#Cover  Fleet Review
China & Australasia
Fire?  ghting & 
Safety)
    October 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: Cover

    the Games Begin Sea Level Rising Implications for Maritime Classi? cation Q&A Remi Eriksen CEO, DNV GL Fisheries Fleet Review China & Australasia Fire? ghting & Safety Products COV1 MR OCT 2016.indd 1 COV1 MR OCT 2016.indd 1 10/5/2016 9:15:56 AM10/5/2016 9:15:56 A

  • MR Mar-15#13  of Douglas-Westwood’s   “Australasia and Asia have dominat-)
    March 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 13

    total market carriers are expect- riod 2015-2019, according to the new tor. re? ecting a ed to be delivered ninth edition of Douglas-Westwood’s “Australasia and Asia have dominat- 90% growth globally dur- (DW) World LNG Market Forecast ed Global LNG Capex in recent years, compared to ing the forecast

  • MR Sep-14#50  in Asia, Africa and Australasia with 
waterjets produced)
    September 2014 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 50

    and Europe, using waterjets and parts built by Thrustmaster in Houston, Texas, while DOEN will continue to serve mar- kets in Asia, Africa and Australasia with waterjets produced in Australia. Each waterjet is supported by Thrustmaster’s global network of sales, spare parts, ser- vice and support

  • MR Dec-77#28  
regional manager in Australasia. 
A graduate of the)
    December 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 28

    . Mr. Kerr has been regional manager and managing director of IMODCO, Ltd., London, since 1971, and earlier was IMODCO regional manager in Australasia. A graduate of the Royal Austra- lian Naval College and of the Royal Naval Engineering College, Plymouth, England, Mr. Kerr served in the

  • MR Dec-15-78#20  Western Pacific is-
lands, Australasia and the subcontinent)
    December 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 20

    systems. Heretofore, the marketing area which en- compasses Southeast Area, Indonesia, the Southwest Pacific, the Western Pacific is- lands, Australasia and the subcontinent of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, has been serviced out of the firm's Los Angeles head- quarters. Mr. Allchorn noted

  • MR Dec-15-78#18  Western Pacific is-
lands, Australasia and the subcontinent)
    December 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    systems. Heretofore, the marketing area which en- compasses Southeast Area, Indonesia, the Southwest Pacific, the Western Pacific is- lands, Australasia and the subcontinent of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, has been serviced out of the firm's Los Angeles head- quarters. Mr. Allchorn noted

  • MT May-14#26 , Indonesia and Malaysia.   Australasia  - Healthy demand for)
    May 2014 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 26

    area in Angola and Nigeria.  Asia - Military demand will come from China, research in Japan and deepwater O&G in India, Indonesia and Malaysia.  Australasia - Healthy demand for pipeline route survey and environmental sensing.  Latin America - Strong commercial growth driven by deepwater oil & gas

  • MR Nov-15-81#42  Manager, Ramsay Fibreglass Australasia 
(A division of Carrington)
    November 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 42

    assistance is available. Applications will be treated with the strictest confidence. Please write to: The Manager, Ramsay Fibreglass Australasia (A division of Carrington Slipways Pty Ltd) Laverick Avenue TOMAGO NSW 2322 stating present salary/resume of experience etc. Applications

  • MR Apr-15-84#7  East includ-
ing China and Australasia. 
For free literature)
    April 15, 1984 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 7

    . ITED's major international mar- keting areas include Europe, In- dia, Africa, Latin America, the Mideast and the Far East includ- ing China and Australasia. For free literature on GE's line of marine diesel engines, diesel electric power modules and gener- ators for marine application, Circle

  • MR Feb-86#35  East Asia, South Asia, 
Australasia, Centrally Planned)
    February 1986 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 35

    North America, Latin America, Western Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, West Africa, East and South Africa, South East Asia, South Asia, Australasia, Centrally Planned Economies, OECD members, OPEC members and Non-Communist World countries. A special feature included in the brochure

  • MR Aug-00#6  trauthwein@marinelink.com 
AustralAsia Egypt 
Tony Stein)
    August 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    , West Lothian EH51 0BZ, Scotland, U.K. Telephone: +44 (0) 1506 822240; Fax: +44 (0) 1506 828085 www.marinelink.com trauthwein@marinelink.com AustralAsia Egypt Tony Stein Captain TariqM.Osman 12, Braehead, Bo'ness, West Lothian EH51 Osman Marine Media Co. 0BZ, Scotland, U.K. Algamhoria Street

  • MR Sep-00#6  @marinelink.com 
AustralAsia Egypt 
Tony Stein)
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    , West Lothian EH51 OBZ, Scotland, U.K. Telephone: +44 (0) 1506 822240; Fax: +44 (0) 1506 828085 www.marinelink.com trauthwein @marinelink.com AustralAsia Egypt Tony Stein CAPTAIN TARIQM.0SMAN 12, Braehead, Bo'ness, West Lothian EH51 Osman Marine Media Co. OBZ, Scotland, U.K. Algamhoria Street

  • MR Oct-00#6  @marinelink.com 
AustralAsia Egypt 
TONY STEIN)
    October 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    , West Lothian EH51 OBZ, Scotland, U.K. Telephone: +44 (0) 1506 822240; Fax: +44 (0) 1506 828085 www. marin elink. com trauthwein @marinelink.com AustralAsia Egypt TONY STEIN CAPTAIN TARIQM.0SMAN 12, Braehead, Bo'ness, West Lothian EH51 Osman Marine Media Co. OBZ, Scotland, U.K. Algamhoria Street

  • MR Dec-00#9  wein @marinelink.com 
AustralAsia 
TONY STEIN 
12,)
    December 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 9

    ship propulsion — in order to make naval and commercial vessels more fuel efficient and quiet. www.marinelink.com trauth wein @marinelink.com AustralAsia TONY STEIN 12, Broehead, Bo'ness, West Lothian EHS1 OBZ, Scotland, U.K. Tel:+44 (0)1506 822240; Fax:+44 (0) 1506 828085 Argentina R

  • MR Jan-01#4  Tel: +561-716-0338 
AustralAsia, 
Germany/Switzerland)
    January 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4

    215 NW Third Street Boynton Beach, FL 33435 Tel: +561-732-0312; Fax: +561-732-8063 24-hr Tel/Fax: +561-998-0313; Mobile Tel: +561-716-0338 AustralAsia, Germany/Switzerland, United Kingdom TONY STEIN, International Sales Manager 12, Braehead, Bo'ness, West Lothian EH51 0BZ, Scotland, U

  • MR Feb-01#4  bkeil@marinelink.com 
AustralAsia, 
United Kingdom 
TONY)
    February 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4

    Beach, FL 33435 Tel: +561-732-0312; Fax: +561-732-8063 24-hr Tel/Fax: +561-998-0313; Mobile Tel: +561-716-0338 e-mail: bkeil@marinelink.com AustralAsia, United Kingdom TONY STEIN, International Sales Manager 12, Braehead, Bo'ness, West Lothian EH51 OBZ, Scotland, U.K. Tel: +44 (0) 1506

  • MR Mar-01#4  bkeil@marinelink.com 
AustralAsia, 
United Kingdom 
TONY)
    March 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4

    Beach, FL 33435 Tel: +561-732-0312; Fox: +561-732-8063 24-hr Tel/Fax: +561-998-0313; Mobile Tel: +561-716-0338 e-mail: bkeil@marinelink.com AustralAsia, United Kingdom TONY STEIN, International Soles Manager 12, Braehead, Bo'ness, West Lothian EH51 OBZ, Scotland, U.K. Tel: +44 (0) 1506

  • MR Apr-01#4  bkeil@marinelink.com 
AustralAsia, 
United Kingdom 
TONY)
    April 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4

    Beach, FL 33435 Tel: +561-732-0312; Fax: +561-732-8063 24-hr Tel/Fax: +561-998-0313; Mobile Tel: +561-716-0338 e-mail: bkeil@marinelink.com AustralAsia, United Kingdom TONY STEIN, International Sales Manager 12, Braehead, Bo'ness, West Lothian EH51 OBZ, Scotland, U.K. Tel: +44 (0) 1506

  • MR May-01#1  bkeil@marinelink.com 
AustralAsia, 
United Kingdom 
TONY)
    May 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 1

    Beach, FL 33435 Tel: +561-732-0312; Fax: +561-732-8063 24-hr Tel/Fax: +561-998-0313; Mobile Tel: +561-716-0338 e-mail: bkeil@marinelink.com AustralAsia, United Kingdom TONY STEIN, International Sales Manager 12, Braehead, Bo'ness, West Lothian EH51 0BZ, Scotland, U.K. Tel: +44 (0) 1506

  • MR Jun-01#1  bkeil@marinelink.com 
AustralAsia, 
United Kingdom 
TONY)
    June 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 1

    Bench, FL 33435 Tel: +561-732-0312; Fax: +561-732-8063 24-hr Tel/Fax: +561-998-0313; Mobile Tel: +561-716-0338 e-mail: bkeil@marinelink.com AustralAsia, United Kingdom TONY STEIN, International Sales Manager 12, Braehead, Bo'ness, West Lothian EH51 0BZ, Scotland, U.K. Tel: +44 (0) 1506

  • MR Jul-01#4  bkeil@marinelink.com 
AustralAsia, 
United Kingdom 
TONY)
    July 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4

    Beach, FL 33435 Tel: +561-732-0312; Fox: +561-732-8063 24-hr Tel/Fax: +561-998-0313; Mobile Tel: +561-716-0338 e-mail: bkeil@marinelink.com AustralAsia, United Kingdom TONY STEIN, International Sales Manager 12, Braehead, Bo'ness, West Lothian EH51 OBZ, Scotland, U.K. Tel: +44 (0) 1506

  • MR Aug-01#1  bkeil@marinelink.com 
AustralAsia, 
United Kingdom 
TONY)
    August 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 1

    Beach, FL 33435 Tel: +561-732-0312; Fax: +561-732-8063 24-hr Tel/Fax: +561-998-0313; Mobile Tel: +561-716-0338 e-mail: bkeil@marinelink.com AustralAsia, United Kingdom TONY STEIN, International Sales Manager 12, Braehead, Bo'ness, West Lothian EH51 OBZ, Scotland, U.K. Tel: +44 (0) 1506