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NAVSEA Wins SECNAV Environmental Awards

Three Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) teams and an assistant project manager were among the winners of the Secretary of the Navy Environmental Award for fiscal year 2001. The Lewis and Clark (T-AKE) class ship acquisition program at NAVSEA headquarters in Washington D.C. was the winner in the Environmental Excellence in Weapons System Acquisition category. In addition, the T-AKE program's assistant project manager, Cmdr. Steve Markle won an individual award in the Environmental Quality category. Norfolk Naval Shipyard's Installation Restoration Program Partnering team took top honors in the Environmental Restoration category, and the National Environmental Policy Act - Natural Resources team at Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport (R.I.) was runner-up in the Natural Resources category. The three NAVSEA winners will next compete in the Department of Defense FY2001 Environmental Awards program. All winners will be recognized at an awards ceremony on April 30 at the Navy Memorial in Washington D.C.


Military Sealift Command Oiler Wins SECNAV Environmental Award

From Military Sealift Command Public Affairs Fleet replenishment oiler USNS John Ericsson (T-AO 194)won the fiscal year 2006 Secretary of the Navy Environmental Quality Award in the Environmental Quality, Small Ship category. In ALNAV Message 029/07, released March 30, Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Installations and Environment B.J. Penn extended his personal congratulations to the winners. “Your accomplishments are outstanding in their own right and exemplify the Department


Matson Honored With Coast Guard Environmental Award

Matson Navigation Company has been awarded with the U.S. Coast Guard's 2006 Rear Admiral William M. Benkert Marine Environmental Award for Excellence. The Benkert Award was created to recognize outstanding achievements in marine environmental protection that go beyond mere compliance with industrial and regulatory standards. Matson was the only containership operator recognized in the 2006 award process, which is conducted every two years


MSC Oiler Wins Enviro Award

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Mullen announced that Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS John Ericsson (TAO-194) won a 2006 Environmental Quality Small Ship award. The 678-foot ship is currently operating out of Pearl Harbor and is crewed by 81 civil service mariners and a military detachment of 23 active-duty Navy Sailors. Ericsson was cited for its crew’s work in preventing pollution, ensuring readiness in responding to environmental issues


WWL Awarded Heyerdahl International Maritime Environmental Award

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL) has been awarded the Heyerdahl Environmental Award 2007 for its commitment to improving the environmental standards in the shipping industry. Over a period of six years, WWL reduced SO2 emissions by 75,550 tons. That is the amount of So2, emitted by the city of London over a similar period. Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics works to reduce the environmental impact of its business operations and strives to use energy and natural resources sensiblyWWL


Commandant Presents Rear Adm. William M. Benkert Awards

Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Thad Allen will honor the recipients of the 2008 Biennial, Rear Adm. William M. Benkert, Marine Environmental Award for Excellence by presenting the awards during an American Petroleum Institute luncheon in . Recipients of the awards include: Osprey Award -- Dow Chemical Company of Gold Award -- Alaska Chadux Corporation, , , and Foss Maritime Company, Silver Award -- U.S. Shipping Partners L.P., , , American Commercial Lines Inc


Nominees for Heyerdahl Award Announced

The Expert Committee today announced the Short List for the Thor Heyerdahl International Maritime Environmental Award which will be presented on June 3 in Oslo, Norway, at the Nor-Shipping. Nominees included are: The International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation Limited (ITOPF) is nominated for its world leading role in maritime environmental knowledge management and knowledge sharing. OptiMarin AS is nominated for their pioneering development of cost efficient ballast water treatment


NASSCO Receives Environmental Award

National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO), a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics, has received an award from the California Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in recognition of pollution prevention programs initiated by the shipyard during National Pollution Prevention Week in 2002. Edwin Lowry, Director of the California EPA's Department of Toxic Substances Control, presented the award to NASSCO for implementing a wide- ranging program of activities targeted at improving


Coast Guard Environmental Awards

The US Coast Guard announced the winners of the Rear Admiral William M. Benkert Marine Environmental Protection Awards for 2006. In the large business vessels operations category, the winners are Ocean Shipholdings of Houston; Marathon Petroleum Co. of Ashland, Kentucky; and Matson Navigation Co. of Oakland. In the large business facility operator category, the winners are Dow Chemical Co. of Freeport, Texas; BP Cooper River of Wando, South Carolina; Odjfell Terminals of Houston;


89 Crowley Vessels Receive Environmental Awards

Photo: Crowley

Eighty-nine Crowley vessels honored with environmental awards in recognition of 968 combined years of safe operations Eighty-nine Crowley Maritime Corp.-owned and operated vessels were honored with Certificates of Environmental Achievement for years of safe operations during the eleventh-annual Chamber of Shipping of America (CSA) awards ceremony today. Crowley received an award for each vessel that worked at least two consecutive years without an environmental incident


Retlif Promotes Reitz to Director of Engineering

Richard Reitz (Photo: Retlif)

Independent EMC and environmental testing organization Retlif Testing Laboratories has promoted Richard Reitz to the position of Director of Engineering. Reitz has been with Retlif since 1985, serving in several capacities. As Director of Engineering


Green Awards for MOL from LA, Long Beach Ports

At the Los Angeles Vessel Speed Reduction Award Ceremony Mitsui O.S.K. Bulk Shipping (USA), LLC. General Manager Ryosuke Sugimoto (third from left)and Tetsuo Fukumitsu (second from right) Photo MOL

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. today earned recognition from the ports of both Los Angeles and Long Beach, California, for its efforts to ensure compliance with standards that call for vessels to slow down within 40 nautical miles (nm) of the shore.


IWSA to Host Wind Propulsion Forum at SMM

Image: IWSA

 The International Windship Association (IWSA) will host its annual Wind Propulsion Innovation Forum at SMM2016 in Hamburg, including an extensive agenda with expert speakers and panelists that aim to provoke discussion and debate about wind propulsion as key to the future of sustainable


Coast Guard Foundation Awarded 128 Scholarships

Coast Guard Foundation Chairman Will Jenkins presenting the 2016 Guardian Award to Mr. Rex W. Tillerson.

The Coast Guard Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to the education and welfare of all Coast Guard members and their families, announced today that in 2016 it has awarded a record 128 new scholarships. Combined with multi-year scholarship recipients and three Fallen Heroes Scholars


POSH Bags Shell FLNG Contract

Photo: PACC Offshore Services Holdings Ltd.

 Singapore’s offshore marine services provider PACC Offshore Services Holdings Ltd. (POSH) has been awarded a contract to support Shell’s Prelude floating liquefied natural gas facility using its semi-submersible accommodation vessel the “POSH Arcadia”.  


Extension and Enhancement to the Maritime Singapore Green Initiative

Photo: Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA)

 The Maritime Singapore Green Initiative (MSGI), launched by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) in 2011, has received strong support from the maritime industry.     The Green Ship Programme (GSP), a voluntary programme under MSGI sees more than 50% of qualifying


Top Rolls-Royce Power Systems Suppliers Honored

For the tenth year in a row, Rolls-Royce Power Systems has commended the top suppliers of its subsidiaries MTU, L’Orange and MTU Onsite Energy. The winners from 2015 are Harz Guss Zorge from Lower Saxony in Germany, the UK’s Helical, Centa from North Rhine-Westphalia, Zsnojemské Strojírnsi from the Czech Republic and Hotstart from the US. Photo Rolls-Royce)

Rolls-Royce Power Systems has honoured its five best suppliers for outstanding performance in quality, logistics, environmental protection and cooperation in 2015. For the tenth year in a row, Rolls-Royce Power Systems has commended the top suppliers of its subsidiaries MTU


Award for Japan's First LNG-fueled Tugboat

Photo: NYK Line

 NYK Line received award sponsored by the Japan Federation of Freight Industries (JFFI) recognizing the environmental load reduction achieved by Japan's first LNG-fueled tugboat, Sakigake.   This is the third time since 2009 that NYK has been honored at this annual awards ceremony.


40% Cruise Ships Use Outdated Sewage Treatment Plants

ACO Marine Managing Director Mark Beavis “The FOE report paints a contrasting picture to the environmentally conscientious one offered by the cruise lines themselves”

ACO Marine has welcomed the findings reported in the Friends of the Earth 2016 Cruise Ship Report Card, the annual survey of cruise shipping’s impact on the environment, which highlights a growing need for the sector to update its sewage treatment technology.


25 Ports Win AAPA’s Comms Competition

Kurt Nagle, AAPA’s president and CEO

The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) will recognize 25 seaports for exemplary communications projects and programs at its annual convention and awards luncheon this fall.   Winning entrants in AAPA’s 50th annual Communications Awards Program will be recognized at an Oct


RINA Awards Carnival Maritime with Environmental, Safety

Certification Ceremony (Photo: RINA Services)

RINA recently awarded Carnival Maritime GmbH ISO 14001 and BS OHSAS 18001 certificates.   Now the Carnival Maritime office in Hamburg as well as 26 ships in Carnival Maritime’s fleet have been awarded environmental management ISO 14001 and occupational health and safety management BS


Ecospeed Demonstrator Vessel on Display

Shipowners, shipbuilders and representatives from the Green Award Foundation attended the first in a series of planned Ecospeed demonstration ‘roadshows’ (Photo: Subsea Industries)

Shipowners, shipbuilders and representatives from the Green Award Foundation  attended the first in a series of planned ‘roadshows’ Subsea Industries has initiated to demonstrate the zero environmental impact and simplicity of cleaning hulls protected with its Ecospeed hard coating


Ship of the Year Award for NYK Vessel

Image of LNG-fueled tugboat Photo NYK

Japan's first LNG-fueled ship, Sakigake, which is a tugboat owned by NYK has been recognized with a Technology Special Award at the 2015 Ship of the Year Awards sponsored by the Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers (JASNAOE)


Panama Canal Launches Green Award System

Photo: Panama Canal Authority.

 The Panama Canal has launched the Green Connection Award, a new initiative to recognize customers who demonstrate excellent environmental stewardship, and to encourage others to implement technologies and standards to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  


Long Beach Awards Sovcomflot for Green Shipping

Photo courtesy of PAO Sovcomflot

PAO Sovcomflot earned the Green Environmental Achievement Award from California's Port of Long Beach, recognizing the shipper for its ongoing commitment to environmental stewardship.   The company was awarded for its fleet performance by the Port of Long Beach Green Flag Program in 2015






 
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