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BSM commences management of Reforma Pemex

BSM commences management of Reforma Pemex

Following a two-year period of plan approval and newbuild supervision services provided by BSM’s project focused business, Schulte Marine Concept, BSM is pleased to announce that it’s Mexico based Ship Management Centre has commenced management of Reforma Pemex, the first of two offshore ‘flotel’
BSM and Dreifa Energy sign Operational Partner Agreement

BSM and Dreifa Energy sign Operational Partner Agreement

We are pleased to inform that BSM and Dreifa Energy Limited (Dreifa) have signed an Operational Partner Agreement.
David Furnival elected President of SIGTTO

David Furnival elected President of SIGTTO

Following 3 years as Vice President, BSM’s Chief Operating Officer, David Furnival, was elected President of the Society of International Gas Tanker and Terminal Operators (SIGTTO) at the Board and Annual General Meeting held on November 17th - 18th in Nagoya, Japan. 
LNG - an environmentally and economically viable marine fuel

LNG - an environmentally and economically viable marine fuel

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) will be a game changer in shipping - this was the main theme of a presentation given by Angus Campbell, BSM’s Corporate Director for Energy Projects, at the Gas Asia Summit recently held in Singapore.
Innovation in Shipmanagement

Innovation in Shipmanagement

BSM has followed the aviation industry's lead and produced practical, easy-to-understand safety procedures in 'friendly' English.
BSM continues to strengthen global team with appointment of two new Managing Directors

BSM continues to strengthen global team with appointment of two new Managing Directors

BSM is delighted to announce the appointment of two new Managing Directors to the Company. Neil McNeil will head BSM British Isles based in the Isle of Man and Mingfa Liu will be his BSM China counterpart in Shanghai.
SIGTTO Meeting

SIGTTO Meeting

Limassol, 5-6 Oct 2016
Containership Safety: Let’s get back to basics

Containership Safety: Let’s get back to basics

With today’s containerships topping the 22,000 TEU mark, a casualty involving these vessels would not only hit the global news headlines but could pose serious difficulties to salvors employed to sort the problem out.