Monday, June 10, 2002 Maritime News

Resolve Marine To Flip Retired Navy Ship

Jun 10, 2002

It was supposed to be a simple operation - a 510-ft. (155.4 m) retired Navy ship - Spiegel Grove - was to be sunk to create one of the world's largest artificial reefs.

Gulf Coast Dockside Operations and Assets acquired by Associated Terminals

Jun 10, 2002

Associated Terminals recently expanded its stevedoring and material handling operations on the lower Mississippi River with its acquisition of substantially

Digital System Resources Awarded Modification to Contract

Jun 10, 2002

Digital System Resources, Inc., Fairfax, Va., is being awarded a $7,400,320 cost-plus-incentive-fee modification to a previously awarded contract to exercise an

Aqua-Chem Awarded Contract

Jun 10, 2002

Aqua-Chem Inc., Knoxville, Tenn., is being awarded an $8,012,723 firm-fixed-price requirements contract for FFG 7 class ship Reverse Osmosis Unit Sets, High Purity Reverse Osmosis Units,

Taylor Made Environmental Receives Patent

Jun 10, 2002

Taylor Made Environmental has been awarded a second U.S. patent for its Chiller Compact air conditioning system. The new patent complements an earlier patent (#6,

River Class Represent New Generation of Fishery Protection Ships

Jun 10, 2002

HMS Tyne, the first in a new generation of fishery protection vessels for the Royal Navy has been launched at Vosper Thornycroft’s Woolston, Southhampton, Shipyard.

Bollinger Completes Repowering, Modernization of M/V Florida

Jun 10, 2002

Bollinger Shipyards, Inc., has completed the conversion of the Crescent Towing tug, FLORIDA, from a single engine to a twin-engine boat with 4,000 HP. It is the

Newfoundland and Labrador Get Marine Navigation System

Jun 10, 2002

With the help of a small Canadian technology company, the Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) has installed the first fully lit marine navigation system in the world. Carmanah Technologies Inc.

Collins Assumes CEO at FGH

Jun 10, 2002

The Board of Directors of Friede Goldman Halter have added the title of Chief Executive Officer to T. Jay Collins who presently serves as Chairman of FGH. Collins

California Prevention First Symposium

Jun 10, 2002

The California State Lands Commission (SLC) is sponsoring Prevention First 2002 , an onshore and offshore pollution prevention symposium and technology exhibition in Long Beach on September 10-11,

Shipping Coordinating Committee Meeting

Jun 10, 2002

The Shipping Coordinating Committee, sponsored by the State Department, will hold a series of meetings in Washington, D.C. to assist in refining the U.S. position

FMC Issues Notice of Complaint Filing

Jun 10, 2002

The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) issued a notice that a complaint has been filed with that agency alleging that the Puerto Rico Port Authority violated the

Great Lakes Pilotage Advisory Committee to Meet

Jun 10, 2002

The Great Lakes Pilotage Advisory Committee, sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard, will meet in Linthicum, Md. on July 1-2, 2002. Items on the agenda include relocation

Coast Guard Issues Potential Terrorist Threat

Jun 10, 2002

The U.S. Coast Guard continues to work with local, state, and federal agencies to assess and improve port security throughout the region. Based on information received across the U.

Statoil Receives Contract

Jun 10, 2002

Statoil and British Gas Trading Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Centrica, have signed a gas sales contract for supplies of five billion cubic metres of natural gas per year.

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