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Harvey Gulf Will Diversify into Full Service Marine Transportation Provider

Harvey Gulf International Marine, Inc. has announced the intent to diversify into a full service marine transportation provider. President and CEO, Shane J. Guidry announced that Harvey Gulf has entered into an agreement with Eastern Shipbuilding in Panama City, Fla., for the construction of six offshore supply vessels. Each will be ABS DP2 certified with capacities of 7,000 Bbls liquid mud, 9600 Bbls bulk and 3,300 DWT tons of cargo carrying capacity. Harvey Gulf will soon go out for new construction bids of four 200 ft. platform supply vessels for the shelf market. Harvey Gulf has also accepted delivery of its new build tug, the M/V Harvey Thunder, a 13,500 hp sister vessel to the M/V Harvey Intruder. Its expected delivery date is November 15, 2001. The M/V Harvey War Horse, a 16,500 hp-classed tug, geared for capabilities in offshore towing, is under construction and is slated for a February 2002 delivery.


Harvey Gulf Wins Charters & Orders Drydock

Artists Depiction: LNG powered Offshore Supply Vessel

Harvey Gulf Awarded Four Long Term OSV Charters and Orders 9,000 Long Ton Drydock.   Today, Harvey Gulf International Marine announced that it has signed long term charters for 3 of its LNG powered Offshore Supply Vessels, making Harvey Gulf the first company to build and contract Liquefied Natural Gas powered Offshore Support Vessels for Deepwater Exploration and Production in America.  The HARVEY ENERGY


Signet Buys Harvey Gulf's Towing Division

Shane J. Guidry, Chairman & CEO, Harvey Gulf (left) and J. Barry Snyder, President, Signet Maritime sign closing documents on May 15 at Harvey Gulf International Marine in New Orleans, Louisiana for the sale of Harvey’s Offshore Towing Division to Signet Maritime.

Harvey Gulf International Marine has sold its towing division to Signet Maritime Corporation. Through the deal, Signet will acquire eight offshore towing vessels (OTVs) ranging in size from 75 to 153 metric tons bollard pull. The sale will encompass all Harvey OTVs, spares, business and supplies. The transfer of OTV ownership was completed on May 15, 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana with financing provided by Wells Fargo Equipment Finance as part of a $209 million syndicated financing


Harvey Gulf Acquires Bee Mar's Assets

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Harvey Gulf International Marine’s CEO, Shane Guidry, announced that, on June 4, 2012, Harvey Gulf signed an agreement with Bee Mar, LLC to purchase all of Bee Mar’s vessels and assets.   The purchase will include 10 Offshore Supply Vessels, which will increase Harvey Gulf’s fleet to a total of 32 vessels – with 24 deepwater, new generation Offshore Support Vessels and 8 deepwater towing vessels.  Upon closing, Harvey Gulf will have operations in the U.S


Great Ships of 2014: Harvey Energy

 LNG pioneer ABS “ENVIRO+  Green Passport”

In 2011 Harvey Gulf International Marine became the first U.S. vessel operator to contract for construction of vessels by LNG. The first of these vessels to be delivered is the Harvey Energy. In addition to being able to operate on cleaner burning natural gas, the Harvey Energy  has “ENVIRO+, Green Passport” Certification by the ABS. The requirements for this certification include that the vessel be continuously manned with a certified Environmental Officer


Another LNG Fueling Milestone for Harvey Gulf

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Harvey Gulf International Marine LLC has received the first ABS Classification Certificate and the first USCG Certificate of Inspection for a vessel powered by LNG.  The M/V Harvey Energy is the first LNG powered vessel in service in North America. Last week, Harvey Gulf performed the first truck to vessel transfer of LNG, the first vessel to bunker LNG and was the first U.S. Flagged LNG powered vessel to enter into port while being powered by LNG


Harvey Gulf to Construct First US-Flagged LNGs

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On July 28, 2011, Harvey Gulf International Marine’s Board of Directors approved the construction of the first United States-flagged LNG Offshore Supply Vessels. Harvey Gulf International Marine’s Chairman & CEO Shane J. Guidry stated that this is another example of Harvey Gulf’s commitment to meet its clients' future needs. Guidry also said that a contract will be awarded to a US shipyard on or before August 28, 2011.


Harvey Gulf Taps Carroll to Oversee New Construction

Mike Carroll, Sr. Vice President of New Construction and Special Projects.

New Orleans headquartered Harvey Gulf International Marine, LLC is pleased to announce that Mike Carroll will be joining the organization in March in the position of Sr. Vice President of New Construction and Special Projects based in Houston, Texas.   Mr. Carroll has over 15 years of experience in the field of Naval Architecture and ship construction. Mr. Carroll will be responsible for overseeing Harvey Gulf’s new construction programs


Wärtsilä Signs Harvey Gulf OSV Maintenance Agreement

Harvey Gulf LNG fueled OSV: Photo Wärtsilä

Wärtsilä says it has signed a long-term Technical Management Agreement with Harvey Gulf International Marine LLC (Harvey Gulf). This five-year agreement covers Condition Based Maintenance & Dynamic Maintenance Planning for 8 offshore supply and multi-purpose support vessels – 6 liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuelled platform supply vessels and 2 offshore construction vessels powered by diesel fuel.


Harvey Gulf Awarded Contract

Harvey Gulf International Marine, Inc. is proud to announce that it has been awarded a three (3) year contract from ENI Petroleum for their 240 Ft. ABS Certified DP-2, Offshore Supply Vessel “Harvey Provider,” which would be enhanced with a ”Reel Storage System” beginning in June 2008. This “Reel Storage System” will be used to carry 800 metric tons of polyester rope or 90,000 feet of 3.75 inch wire rope that will enable the Transocean Amirante to be moored in greater water depths than


Apprentices Graduate to Newport News Shipbuilding

(From left) The Apprentice School Director Everett Jordan presented the school’s 10,000th graduate, Sara Ruggles, with a plaque to commemorate the milestone as Newport News Shipbuilding President Matt Mulherin and Newport News Shipbuilding Vice President of Trade Operations Ray Bagley joined other shipyard leadership in applause. Photo by John Whalen/HII

Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) hosted commencement exercises Saturday to graduate 157 apprentices from the company's Apprentice School located at Newport News Shipbuilding. The graduation, held at the Liberty Baptist Church Worship Center in Hampton


Johan Sverdrup Contract to "Pioneering Spirit"

Pioneering Spirit, the world’s largest heavy-lift vessel. (Photo: Allseas)

Statoil has signed a contract with Allseas for installation of three platform topsides on the Johan Sverdrup field.   The vessel will be installing the topsides for the drilling, processing and living quarter platforms.Allseas will transfer the topsides to Pioneering Spirit before they are


Sulphur Enforcement Begins in Denmark

Sailing to enhanced sulphur enforcement  Cop;iments of Danish Maritime Authority

  For the first time all 16 SECA countries met for the Danish Maritime Authority’s workshop on sulphur regulation enforcement. The leaving participants’ suitcases were filled with inspiration for strengthened national efforts and cross-country coordination


Brookings Institution Hosting Panels on LNG Marine Fuel

The Brookings Institutions Charles Ebinger will moderate the panels (Photo courtesy of the Brookings Institution)

The Brookings Institution, a Washington D.C.-based think tank, will host a two-panel discussion on the use of LNG as a marine fuel on Tuesday, March 3, the organization announced today. The panels are part of the Institution's Energy Security and Climate Initiative (ESCI)


Harvey Gulf Claims Another LNG Milestone

Courtesy of Harvey Gulf International Marine

  Harvey Gulf International Marine LLC made maritime history in North America last week by being not only the first owner/operator of a dual fuel offshore support vessel to bunker LNG as a marine fuel but to also successfully complete the first truck to vessel transfer of LNG and to power


First LNG Bunkering of OSV in North America

M/V Harvey Energy Image courtesy of Harvey Gulf International Marine)

Harvey Gulf International Marine, LLC reported that its dual fuel offshore support vessel (OSV) M/V Harvey Energy has today bunkered LNG as a marine fuel. The news makes Harvey Gulf the first North American owner/operator of a dual fuel OSV to bunker LNG as a marine fuel


Eastern Shipbuilding Delivers TY Dolese

Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Inc. is pleased to announce the recent delivery of the TY DOLESE towboat

  During the 2014/2015 Holiday Season, Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Inc. delivered the M/V TY DOLESE (Hull 189) the 59th 90’ Inland Towboat to Florida Marine Transporters, Inc. of Mandeville, LA. for its ongoing new build program


GE Launches GE Marine Organization

Image: GE

GE unveils GE Marine organization to power, propel and position the global marine industry   GE unveiled today its new GE Marine organization which cumulates several GE businesses and will be led by Tim Schweikert, vice president, GE Marine.  


Pacifica Rolls Out New Container Vessel

Picture by Pacifica Shipping

Pacifica Shipping, New Zealand's coastal shipping company, is launching a new container vessel from March replacing a smaller vessel whose charter has ended, reports The Stuff.  The Spirit of Canterbury would provide greater capacity for customers including reefer cargo and replace the


Harvey Gulf Outsources IHM to Metizoft

Photo courtesy of Metizoft

Harvey Gulf has signed a framework agreement with Metizoft on maintenance and quality assurance of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM).   Vessels with IHM documentation must be maintained at all times and reflect the actual ship sailing


Grounded Tanker May Siphon LNG to Break Free

A fully loaded liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker grounded off Nigeria last week may siphon its cargo to another ship after tugs failed to pull it free, owner Teekay LNG Partners said on Tuesday.   The Magellan Spirit tanker, carrying a full load of 165,000 cubic metres


Grounded LNG Tanker to be Lightered

A fully loaded liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker grounded off Nigeria last week may siphon its cargo to another ship after tugs failed to pull it free, owner Teekay LNG Partners said on Tuesday. The Magellan Spirit tanker, carrying a full load of 165,000 cubic metres


Gas Tanker Reportedly Aground off Nigeria

A liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker has run aground off Nigeria after taking on a cargo at the country's Bonny Island export plant, two trading sources said. The 165,000-cubic-metre-capacity Magellan Spirit tanker, owned by Teekay LNG Partners


Navy to Christen High Speed Vessel

USNS Trenton (JHSV 5)

The Navy will christen the future USNS Trenton (JHSV 5) Jan. 10 during a 10 a.m. CDT ceremony in Mobile, Alabama.   Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus will deliver the ceremony’s principal address. Virginia Kamsky, chair and chief executive of Kamsky Associates, Inc


Canaveral Upgrades Bulk Conveyor System

The Bahamas Spirit discharges limestone at South Cargo Pier 4 at Port Canaveral. (Photo courtesy of the Port of Canaveral)

The new $1.5 million bulk conveyor system at Port Canaveral was utilized for the first time by Martin Marietta when the Bahamas Spirit discharged limestone at South Cargo Pier 4.   The Canaveral Port Authority invested in the system with Martin Marietta to enhance terminal operational






 
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