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Kotug Canada Holds Keel Laying Ceremony For 2XRASALVOR 4400 DFM Methanol Fuelled Tugs For The Trans Mountain Expansion Project

On 8 May 2024, KOTUG Canada Inc., a partnership between KOTUG International B.V. and Horizon Maritime Inc., held a keel laying ceremony for two RAsalvor 4400-DFM dual fuel methanol escort tugs – Robert Allan Ltd. design – to service the Trans …
May 14, 2024 / Curious

Vard Marine, Heddle Shipyards, and American Bureau of Shipping Canada, announce a new initiative in support of the Vigilance next generation offshore patrol vessel

Vard Marine Inc (VARD), a Fincantieri company, proudly launched the Vigilance Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) at CANSEC 2023 in conjunction with Team Vigilance partner companies Heddle Shipyards, Thales Canada, SH Defense, and Fincantieri S.p.A. This …
Oct 6, 2023 / Curious

Fluor Reaches Significant Milestone on LNG Canada Project

With the arrival of the last module by ship from its fabrication yard in Zhuhai, China, Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) announced today that it has completed the module fabrication program on the LNG Canada project in Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada. …
Jul 18, 2023 / Curious

Kotug Canada Partners With Robert Allan Ltd And Sanmar To Build Two Powerful, High Bollard Pull Methanol-Fuelled Escort Tugs

After a rigorous and competitive process KOTUG Canada (KOTUG) has selected Türkiye’s Sanmar Shipyards to build two RAsalvor 4400-DFM dual fuel methanol escort tugs - Robert Allan Ltd. design - to service the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP). …
Jul 10, 2023 / Curious

KOTUG Canada Provides First State-of-the-Art Dual Fuel Methanol Escort Tugs for Trans Mountain’s Expanded Operations on Canada’s West Coast

In 2021, after a rigorous and competitive process, Trans Mountain, on behalf of shippers for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP), awarded KOTUG Canada Inc. a long-term contract to provide enhanced escort towage services for tankers that load …
Jul 6, 2023 / Curious

Davie Delivers MV Félix-Antoine-Savard to the STQ

Davie Shipbuilding Canada Inc. (Davie) and the Société des traversiers du Québec (STQ) announced on Wednesday (May31) that the MV Félix-Antoine-Savard has been delivered to the STQ. The ferry operates between L’Isle-aux-Coudres and …
Jun 1, 2023 / Vessels

KOTUG Canada and GIT work together to help reduce underwater radiated noise in oceans

KOTUG Canada Inc.*, strongly committed to reducing impact from operations on the environment, has recently applied a revolutionary non-toxic noise reduction coatings to the hull of one of their vessels, the K.J. Gardner. KOTUG Canada has worked …
Feb 14, 2023 / Vessels

Vopak Pacific Canada Project Achieves Significant Regulatory Milestone

The Vopak Pacific Canada project has reached a significant project milestone with the final determination of its Federal environmental effects evaluation review. Vopak Development Canada Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Royal Vopak, is …
Nov 29, 2022 / Curious

Minister of Transport announces Canadian Green Shipping Corridors Framework and Canada joining the Zero-Emission Shipping Mission

Shipping is vital to continue building an economy that works for everyone and creating good jobs for Canadians. The Government of Canada is also committed to taking concrete action to meet its climate goals and ensure that Canadians have an efficient …
Nov 8, 2022 / Curious

Siem Symphony returns to Canadian waters

The vessel Siem Symphony is returning to Canadian waters in 2023 for a contract with BP Canada. Upgraded with battery Siem Symphony was last in Canada in 2019. Since then, the large platform supply vessel powered by LNG/MGO, has been upgraded with a …
Nov 4, 2022 / Vessels