Tuesday, March 20, 2001 Maritime News

Pinkard Joins Chiles Offshore

Mar 20, 2001

Chiles Offshore reports that Chris Pinkard has joined the company as Vice President of Marketing & Sales replacing William Plamondon who is retiring within the next several months.

Twelve Quays for H&W

Mar 20, 2001

Harland and Wolff has been nominated to provide vital elements of infrastructure for the new 12 Quays RoRo ferry terminal in Liverpool. The contract, placed by Transmarine Ltd.

Online Design, Drafting Offered

Mar 20, 2001

Shipyards and marine and offshore fabrication facilities across North America are being offered a new way to fill their design and drafting requirements. Genoa Design International Ltd.

LMS Completes First VDR Installation With Memory Capsule

Mar 20, 2001

Litton Marine Systems recently completed the first installation of a complete Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) with IMO-compliant protective memory capsule. The Litton

BV Confirms Balu Class Status

Mar 20, 2001

Bureau Veritas says the 9,981 dwt chemical carrier Balu, which sank about 120 miles North of La Corunna off northern Spain in heavy weather today, was fully in

NOAA Seeks Comments On USN Sonar Deployment

Mar 20, 2001

NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service is seeking public comment on a request by the U.S. Navy to operate its Low Frequency Active Sonar on the world's open oceans.

Acid Ship Sinks Of Bay of Biscay

Mar 20, 2001

A Maltese-registered tanker carrying 8,000 tons of potentially explosive sulphuric acid sank in the Bay of Biscay on Tuesday, French maritime authorities said.

Frontline Shares Surge

Mar 20, 2001

Shares in Norwegian tanker group Frontline rose 6.8 percent on Tuesday despite planned oil output cuts by OPEC, buoyed by strong chartering rates and a presentation of the company in New York.

Cammell Laird Conducts Strategic Review

Mar 20, 2001

Bonds issued by British shipbuilder Cammell Laird held steady at deeply-discounted levels on Tuesday after the company unveiled a strategic review which could include a debt restructuring.

Excel Upgraded

Mar 20, 2001

Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein said on Tuesday it had upgraded its recommendation for British distribution and logistics firm Exel Plc to "buy" from "add", noting

Worlds Largest Rig Still Afloat

Mar 20, 2001

Crews managed to prevent the world's largest offshore oil rig from sinking farther into the sea on Monday, four days after explosions crippled its structure and killed 10, its Brazilian owners said.

Candies Announces Promotions

Mar 20, 2001

Otto Candies, LLC announced the promotions of P.B. Candies and Brett Candies to Co-Directors of the Traffic, Sales and Marketing Departments. Additionally, John

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