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MarAd -LNG DWP license application

The Coast Guard and the Maritime Administration (MarAd) issued a notice stating that an environmental impact statement will be prepared as part of the environmental review of the Calypso LNG DWP license application. The application is for construction and operation of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) in the Atlantic Ocean approximately nine miles northeast of Port Everglades. A public meeting to receive comments on the project will be held in Fort Lauderdale on December 6. Written comments should be submitted by December 21. source: HK Law


Northeast Gateway Energy Bridge LNG DWP

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) issued a Notice stating that the draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for the Northeast Gateway Energy Bridge LLC liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) license application is available for review. The application proposes construction and operation of an LNG import facility in waters of Massachusetts Bay approximately 13 miles south-southeast of Gloucester. Public meetings will be held in Gloucester (June 14) and in Salem (June 15)


Neptune LNG LLC DWP – Environmental Statement

The Maritime Administration (MarAd) issued a Notice stating that the draft environmental impact statement for the Neptune LNG LLC liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) license application is available for review. The application proposes construction of an LNG import facility in federal waters of Massachusetts Bay approximately 22 miles northeast of Boston. Public meetings will be held in Salem (June 21) and Gloucester (June 22). Written comments should be submitted by July 17


Port Dolphin Energy LNG DWP License Application

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) issued a notice stating that the US Coast Guard intends to prepare an environmental impact statement as part of the environmental review of the application submitted by Port Dolphin Energy LLC for a license to construct and operate a liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP). If approved, the LNG DWP would be located in federal waters of the Gulf of Mexico approximately 28 miles off the west coast of Florida


Gulf LNG Energy, LLC – License Application

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a Notice stating that on October 28 it received an application from Gulf LNG Energy, LLC for authorization to site, construct, and operate: (1) an LNG receiving facility, including docking facilities and associated piping appurtenances; and (2) an LNG storage and vaporization facility, including two LNG storage tanks, vaporization units and associated piping and control equipment


McMoRan Announces Coast Guard/MarAd Publication of EA and Draft Finding

McMoRan Exploration Co. announced the publication of the Environmental Assessment (EA) and Draft Finding of No Significant Impact by the United States Coast Guard (Coast Guard) and the Maritime Administration (MarAd) for the Main Pass Energy Hub (MPEH) LNG license application. The Coast Guard issued a public notice on September 19, 2006, establishing a timeline for a record of decision on the project, including public hearings to be held during the week of October 2, 2006


Neptune LNG DWP License application – Environmental Analysis

The U.S. Coast Guard and the Maritime Administration (MARAD) issued a Notice of the intent to prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS) as part of the review of the proposal by Neptune LNG, LLC to construct and operate a liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) off the coast of Massachusetts approximately 22 miles northeast of Boston. Public meetings will be held in Boston (November 2) and in Gloucester (November 3). Written comments must be submitted by November 18


New Offshore Terminal Designs May Expedite LNG Deliveries

In the wake of announcements by the Federal Reserve about the need for more natural gas, Saipem Group, Single Buoy Moorings, Bluewater Offshore, Spectrum Energy Services, Hoegh LNG and Aker Kvaerner will discuss radically new concepts for receiving terminals at an industry meeting in Houston, June 19 and 20. "The LNG industry has typically required at least five years to put new supply chains into place. With local community opposition to onshore terminals running high


Coast Guard, AWO Members Meet in Branson

Security plans for inland river areas and a possible reorganization for the Coast Guard Eighth District were the focus of a day-long meeting between the Coast Guard and AWO members in Branson, Missouri on October Eighth District Commander RADM Roy Casto held the meeting in conjunction with the District's annual Commanding Officers conference. At the meeting, Admiral Casto and his staff outlined Coast Guard proposals to reorganize the Eighth District


Federal Register Issues ID Requirements

An interim rule published on January 13 in the Federal Register requires applicants for mariners’ licenses and certificates of registry to be fingerprinted, submit to a criminal record review and provide evidence of their identity before those credentials will be issued. This rule brings the regulations that apply to applicants for merchant mariners’ documents and licenses into close alignment to applicants for certificates of registry


Statoil, Repsol, ExxonMobil Win Colombian Offshore License

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Statoil announced today that it has been awarded interest in the COL4 license offshore Colombia in the Caribbean Sea in the 2014 Colombia Licensing Round, along with Respol and ExxonMobil. Statoil said it will hold 33.33% in the license, while Repsol will be the operator of the license and will


Lundin Petroleum Finds Arctic Oil

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Swedish oil firm Lundin Petroleum has confirmed the size of a significant oil discovery in the Arctic, the company said on Monday after completing a second well. The Gohta discovery in the Norwegian section of the Barents Sea is now estimated to contain between 111 and 232 million barrels Of oil


The Switch to Be Acquired by Yaskawa

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Yaskawa Electric Corporation, a company in motion control and robotics, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire The Switch, a supplier of megawatt-class permanent magnet generator and full-power converter packages for wind power and other renewable energy applications


Rosneft Starts Geological Exploration In Barents, Pechora Sea

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  Rosneft has started field works at five license blocks of the Barents and Pechora Seas: West Prinovozemelsky, located in the North-Eastern part of the Barents sea near the Novaya Zemlya archipelago, Perseevsky, located in the North-Western part of the Barents sea, and at the South Russky


US FERC Approves Sempra LNG Export Project

U.S. regulators on Thursday approved Sempra Energy's bid to build a liquefied natural gas export terminal in Louisiana, opening the door to a significant expansion of the American role in global gas trade. Sempra's Cameron LNG facility was the second gas export project to get the green light to


Electronic Cartography Market worth $20 Billion by 2020

According to the report "Electronic Cartography Market by Application (Marine - Commercial and Defense, Aviation - Marine - Commercial and Defense), Components (Systems, Charts), Marine Electronic Navigation Systems (ECDIS, ECS), Aviation Electronic Navigation Systems (Very Large Aircrafts


New Zealand Mulls Ocean Floor Mining Proposal

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New Zealand decides this week whether to approve an underwater iron-ore operation that would likely become the world's first commercial metals mine at the bottom of the sea. A green light to allow New Zealand's Trans Tasman Resources Ltd to start iron-ore dredging off the country's west coast


Continental Resources Applies To Swap U.S. Crude Oil Abroad

Continental Resources , the largest leaseholder in the booming North Dakota oil fields, recently applied for a U.S. license to swap crude oil abroad in an attempt to get around the country's 40-year ban on exports, a spokeswoman confirmed on Friday.


ODC Awarded GTT License for LNG Market

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Oman Drydock Company (ODC) said it has made a “giant leap” forward in its campaign to become one of the leading shipyards in the world for LNG repairs after it was formally awarded the \ Gaztransport & Technigaz (GTT) license at the Posidonia Shipping Trade Fair in Athens, Greece


Alion’s MOTISS – IBA: the Science of Survivability

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An Improved Risk and Safety Assessment Process for the offshore oil & gas industry – and just in time. Alion’s Measure of Total Integrated System Survivability (MOTISS) has been around a long time. Having previously earned its stripes primarily for naval applications


Safe Deposit Of On-Board Weapons At Yemen Ports

  A fee of USD 2000 is being charged for the safe deposit of weapons on board trading ships during entry to Yemeni ports, to be deposited 72 hours prior to arrival. In parallel, the Director of Operations and the National Center for Fighting Piracy must be informed of: 


Unlicensed Bunker Supplier Charged in Singapore

Progressive Power Co Pte Ltd convicted for being an unlicensed bunker supplier Progressive Power Co Pte Ltd pleaded guilty in court on May 20, 2014 to five charges for supplying bunkers on five occasions in the Port of Singapore without a valid bunker supplier license issued by the Maritime and


Gabon Drops Three Firms from Offshore Oil Talks

Three companies previously named as winners in an offshore oil licensing round in Gabon have been dropped from the list, Gabon's oil mininster said on Wednesday. The three firms were Noble, Cobalt and Elenilto. "The offshore requires huge investment and the companies turned down did not


Maritime Education: A Transfer of Experience

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The mainstay of maritime education has been primarily focused on classroom lecture presentation, study and the examination that follows. Questions remain; does this form of education have long lasting effects and will it sufficiently change behavior and understanding to enable the student to


New U.S. Sanctions On Putin Allies Cause Few Ripples

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  The United States imposed fresh sanctions on Russian firms and government officials on Monday, a move that financial markets largely shrugged off and U.S. Republican lawmakers dismissed as too little to deterMoscow from further action in Ukraine.






 
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