Carrier Group in IOR
Ships of the Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group and the Indian Navy Western Fleet fall into formation during a passing exercise on the Indian Ocean to symbolized the completion of Malabar 2008, a bilateral exercise designed to increase cooperation between and Indian naval forces. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Gary Prill. (Source: Navy News Service)
Navy Commissions Submarine New Hampshire
U.S. Sen. Judd Gregg will deliver the ceremony's principal address. The ship's sponsor, Cheryl McGuinness of , , is the widow of Lt. Cmdr. Thomas McGuinness, a veteran…
SEACOR Announces 3Q Results
For the quarter ended September 30, 2007, net income was $70.3 million, or $2.66 per diluted share, on operating revenues of $359.9 million. For the nine months ended September 30…
Robdrup & Goutex – New ISS Appointments
Henrik Robdrup has been appointed Regional Director for the Mediterranean based in Venice, whilst Christophe Gouteux has joined ISS as General Manager, Commercial - South Europe, based in Lugano.
Wärtsilä Low Loss Concept Installed in PV
The Low Loss Concept was developed by Wärtsilä to save both fuel and installation costs, as well as reducing emissions and the amount of space required for component installation.
Aker Solutions 3Q Results
Aker decided to change the set-up of the two business and Products & Technologies to reinforce its deepwater position. The changes involve an integration of Aker…
StatoilHydro Award to IFE Multiphase Tech
The winning team receives the prize for its development of critical expertise which has helped ensure StatoilHydro’s position in developing subsea fields and long…
Burger Appoints Mitchell
Joining Burger in August 2002, Mitchell has been continuously promoted to various positions throughout the company. Mitchell has combined his initial education in…
Delivery, Charter of Maria Princess
On delivery, the Maria Princess commenced a 30-90 day repositioning time-charter to a major international oil trader at a $50,000 per day rate. A similar charter…
Concordia Maritime;s Interim Report
Concordia Maritime AB (publ), an international tanker shipping company, announced its interim report. Concordia Maritime has ordered ten tankers, which are being built in accordance with the MAX concept. Six P-MAX-vessels have been delivered and four will be delivered during 2009/2010. These vessels, P-MAX, are product tankers of about 65,200 dwt.
UK Coastguard Tows Russian Carrier
The Mekahnik Semakov which was carrying timber was drifting at the time, and the crew reported they needed an hour to fix their engine. The vessel was around 2.6 miles offshore from the at the time.
Antitrust: Review of Liner Shipping Exemption
The consortia block exemption Regulation 823/2000 currently allows shipping lines to enter into cooperation for the purpose of providing a joint service (so-called "consortia").
Bahamas Unable to Ratify MARPOL Annex IV
(Source: Holland & Knight)
California Plans Regarding Fuel Sulfur
The proposal, with some minor modifications from its earlier version, will be circulated soon for comments. The final regulation will come into effect 30 days after publication.
TWIC - Final Ports Compliance Dates
The TWIC compliance date for owners and operators of facilities located within U.S. Coast Guard Captain of the Port Zone Port Arthur, Texas, has been extended until April 14…
TWIC – CG Reports Good Start
The U.S. Coast Guard announced that the first week of enforcement of compliance with the Transportation Worker Identification Credential Program in Coast Guard Captain of the Port Zones Northern New England, Boston, and Southeastern New England has resulted in only 23 denials of entry to port facilities out of the nearly 20,000 port workers, longshoremen and truckers required to comply with the program by the region's enforcement deadline of Oct. 15, 2008.
This Day in Naval History
1812 - USS United States (CAPT Stephen Decatur) captures HMS Macedonian. 1924 - Airship, USS Shenandoah (ZR-1), completes round trip transcontinental cruise that began on 7 October.