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Seafarer: Электромобили были сто лет назад. И они были круче чем с ДВС. И где они? До сих пор изобретают и обещают что за ними будущее. Т.е. этому изобретению более ста лет. И изначально они были лучше. Но ДВС их догнал и перегнал. И за сто лет изобрели много чего нового. Но не того чтобы помогло сделать электромобиль конкурентом ДВС. Сколько лет вместо бензина используют газ? По многим параметрам он лучше бензина. Но он так и не победил бензин. Сколько существует в мире инвесторов которые вкладывают деньги в стартапы из которых успешных меньше 10%? Почему Консберг тратит деньги государства? Потому что нашёл лоха в лице государства. У государства большой буджет и ему не надо отчитыватся перед акционерами за потраченные зря деньги.

k®о$аv4?g: Ensco plc Comletes Acquisition of Atwood Oceanics 06/10/2017 LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Ensco plc (NYSE: ESV) (“Ensco” or the “Company”) today announced the completion of its acquisition of Atwood Oceanics, Inc. Under the terms of the merger agreement, Atwood shareholders are entitled to receive 1.60 Ensco Class A ordinary shares for each share of Atwood common stock they own. Ensco and Atwood shareholders will own approximately 69% and 31%, respectively, of the outstanding shares of the combined company. In connection with the completion of the transaction, Atwood common stock has ceased trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Carl Trowell, Ensco’s President and Chief Executive Officer, said, “Today is an important day in our company’s history. Ensco has used timely acquisitions to grow into one of the leading offshore drilling companies, and the acquisition of Atwood is another major milestone in our progression. We are excited to complete this transaction and to welcome our new employees, customers and shareholders to an even stronger Ensco.”

offshore-marinero: Royal Boskalis Westminster (Boskalis) has added two diving support vessels (DSVs) to its subsea services portfolio. The company said it has reached an agreement with the bondholders of the two former Harkand vessels under which it has acquired the DSV Atlantis for approximately USD 60 million and has signed a three-year bareboat charter for her sister vessel Da Vinci along with a right of first refusal in the event of a sale. The vessels, which were taken into service in 2011, are equipped with two bells for saturation diving work to a depth of 300 meters and provide accommodation for 120 crew. With this addition, Boskalis targets to strengthen its existing position in the area of inspection, repair and maintenance of subsea offshore installation, pipelines and cables. Furthermore, the company believes it has laid a foundation for an expansion in the area of subsea contracting, installation and SURF (Subsea Umbilicals, Risers & Flowlines) with the aim of further growth in this segment of the offshore energy market in the regions northwest Europe, Africa and the Middle East.


OffshoreNewEra: Bourbon to Cut Crews and Sell 41 Ships On Tuesday, leading OSV operator Bourbon announced that it is doubling down on restructuring to adjust to market overcapacity. Bourbon told investors that utilization of the world's offshore fleet is at just 55 percent, even less than in 2015 and 2016, and a third of the world's OSVs are stacked. These challenging conditions have had an impact on Bourbon's bottom line, and the firm's preliminary financial statements indicate a net loss in the range of $740 million for 2017, despite its efforts to control costs. Since the downturn began in 2014, Bourbon has brought its opex down by 30 percent and reduced its capex by nearly 90 percent, eliminating its newbuilding program and slashing its maintenance costs. To adjust further, Bourbon intends to reduce opex by another 25 percent. A large part of this cut would come through a four-person-per-vessel manning reduction, which would allow for at least several hundred fewer licensed mariner positions if implemented across a planned "smart fleet." Bourbon hopes to replace one officer per OSV with automated dynamic positioning technology, one junior officer per vessel through "onboard process simplification," and one more officer and one AB through the use of condition-based, predictive maintenance. The DP automation technology is under development in partnership with a leading marine electronics firm, and it is already in testing aboard the Bourbon Explorer 508. Ultimately, Bourbon envisages these developments as stepping stones towards vessel autonomy. Похоже готовиться очередная волна безработных...



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