Wednesday, August 22, 2001 Maritime News

Florida Detroit-Diesel Allison And Algae-X Sign Distributor Agreement

Aug 22, 2001

Algae-X has signed a distributor agreement with Florida Detroit Diesel-Allison (FDD-A)-based in Miami, Fla. FDD-A, which is the Detroit Diesel/MTU engine distributor

Drew Marine Division To Distribute Draeger Safety's Personal Air Fitration Systems

Aug 22, 2001

Drew Marine and Draeger Safety have agreed to name Drew Marine the distributor for Draeger's complete line of self-contained breathing apparatus and gas detection

Philip A. Dur To Head Northrop Grumman's Ship Systems Sector

Aug 22, 2001

Northrop Grumman Corporation has appointed Philip A. Dur as corporate vice president and president of the company's Ship Systems sector - the largest builder of non-nuclear ships for the U.

Port of Los Angeles To Welcome Trio of Aluminum Fireboats

Aug 22, 2001

Subsequent to a lengthy bidding process, the Port of Los Angeles will receive a trio of three all-aluminum fireboats, which will be constructed by Kvichak Marine Industries.

Blount-Barker Signs Contract For Sea Wolf Marine Tug

Aug 22, 2001

This past August, Blount-Barker Shipbuilding signed a contract with Sea Wolf Marine of Bayonne, N.J. to build a 2,400-hp, 85-ft. (25.9 m) double chine, all welded

SENESCO Signs $6.5 Million Barge Building Contract

Aug 22, 2001

Southeastern New England Shipbuilding Corporation (SENESCO), North Kingstown, R.I., has penned a contract with Barges Unlimited of Fall River, Mass. to construct an 80,000-barrel, 320-ft.

GGS Lands 2D Double Play Offshore Oman and UAE

Aug 22, 2001

GGS ASA has been awarded two 2D contracts offshore Oman and the UAE. The contracts are subject to technical & HSE audit. GGS will use the vessel Odin Explorer for the job.

Adsteam Posts $1 Million Drop in Profits

Aug 22, 2001

Australia's biggest marine towage group Adsteam Marine Ltd posted a net profit on Wednesday of $8.6 million for 2000/01, down from $9.6 million a year ago, but

South Korean Yards Expected To Nab 75 Percent of LNG Orders

Aug 22, 2001

South Korean shipyards are expected to win about 75 percent of an estimated 48 orders for liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers this year, industry officials said on Wednesday.

Oil Slick Recovery in Baltic Progresses Slowly

Aug 22, 2001

Rescue boats were making slow progress in scooping up an oil slick in the southern Baltic Sea that was drifting towards Germany on Wednesday because the oil was thicker than expected,

VLCC Owners Rise From the Ashes in Wake of Supertanker Alliance

Aug 22, 2001

Wednesday fixture lists showed that VLCC owners had rallied in the wake of supertanker alliance Tankers International, following its example by pinning down deals

Fred Olsen Energy Lands $30 Million FPSO Contract

Aug 22, 2001

Fred Olsen Energy has signed a contract for the Floating Production Storage Offloading (FPSO) vessel PetrĂ³leo Nautipa, which is owned and operated by a joint venture between Fred.

IHC Caland Wins $250 Million Contract to Build in Deepwater

Aug 22, 2001

Dutch shipbuilding and engineering group IHC Caland NV said on Wednesday it received two new contracts worth a total of $250-300 million. IHC said it had received a letter of intent from the U.

 

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