Wednesday, July 17, 2002 Maritime News

Subsea Awareness Course to be Held in Houston

Jul 17, 2002

The Subsea Awareness Course held in Aberdeen, is now available in Houston. The five-day course has been designed to be suitable for engineers new to the offshore industry,

Offshore Systems International’s ECPINS® Receive Type Approval

Jul 17, 2002

Offshore Systems International Ltd., a marine electronic navigation company with a strong defense niche, announced today that it has received Type Approval of

Coast Guard and INS Team Up to Stop Fraud

Jul 17, 2002

Coast Guard Investigative Service, Coast Guard Marine Safety Office Miami and Immigration and Naturalization Service agents teamed up to crack two cases of merchant

COMMUNICATIONS: Vessel Operators Stay Connected on the Go

Jul 17, 2002

By Larry Pearson In today's fast moving offshore service industry with vessels venturing deeper and deeper into the Gulf of Mexico and to far off oilrigs around the world,

Will the USCG be Properly Funded?

Jul 17, 2002

By Charley Havnen The White House has embarked on a full-scale effort to sell the new federal cabinet level Department of Homeland Security. While the Congress

MMS: Oil Production Offshore GOM to Rise Steeply

Jul 17, 2002

The Minerals Management Service (MMS), Gulf of Mexico Region, released new oil and gas daily production rate projections that encompass the year 2006. According to the new report,

MV Florida get new Cat Power at Bollinger

Jul 17, 2002

The Crescent Towing tug Florida undergoes sea trials on the Mississippi River at New Orleans following repowering from single screw to double screw and the replacement

Tornga Awarded the 2001 Thomas Crowley Trophy

Jul 17, 2002

Craig Tornga, general manager of oil industry services for Crowley Marine Services in Alaska, was awarded the 2001 Thomas Crowley Trophy, Crowley Maritime Corporation's highest honor,

TOP NEWS: Trinity in Legal Mess over Barge Corrosion

Jul 17, 2002

By Larry Pearson Trinity Industries, Inc., the nation's largest builder of inland hopper, deck and tank barges is facing a suit from a customer who charges that

PORT SECURITY: Status Report since 9/11

Jul 17, 2002

This article focuses on the necessity to craft an effective network system while meeting the government's objectives in the basic rules for security and surveillance of Ports throughout America.

Maritime Transportation Anti-Terrorism Act Of 2002 Approved By House

Jul 17, 2002

Bipartisan legislation that establishes a comprehensive national system to increase anti-terrorism security at U.S. ports and waterways — "The Maritime Transportation Antiterrorism Act of 2002" (H.

FEATURE: Fighting Fire with Fire

Jul 17, 2002

By PA3 Amy Thomas In 1904 a boiler onboard the steamship vessel General Slocum exploded, killing 1,000 people in the ensuing blaze. Even though the conditions

NTSB Reports on Ferry Fire

Jul 17, 2002

The National Transportation Safety Board determined that the probable cause of a fire aboard a New York City commuter ferry was the operator's inadequate inspection

LWT Announces New Special Dredging Products

Jul 17, 2002

Liquid Waste Technology, Inc. (LWT) of Somerset, Wisconsin, has developed and delivered four new products: 1. Robotic Crawler Dredge: · Perfect for confined

Annual Silver Bell Awards Held in NY

Jul 17, 2002

The Seamen’s Church Institute of New York and New Jersey held the 25th Annual Silver Bell Awards Dinner on June 11 at Chelsea Piers in Manhattan. It drew a record

Seattle Cruise Ship Project Approved

Jul 17, 2002

The Washington State Department of has approved plans by the Port of Seattle to refurbish Pier 90 to accommodate a temporary cruise ship terminal. Plans by the

Transas Installs First VTMS Simulator in Russia

Jul 17, 2002

Transas Eurasia, Transas’ agent for Russia and CIS areas, has installed a VTMS training simulation complex at the Makarov State Maritime Academy (St. Petersburg, Russia).

Canyon’s Quest ROV Awarded Drill Support Contracts

Jul 17, 2002

Canyon Offshore, Inc., has announced that it has been awarded drill support contracts on board the drilling rig Rowan Midland for its new electric Work Class ROV, Quest #3.

NASSCO Awarded Third T-AKE Ship

Jul 17, 2002

National Steel and Shipbuilding Co., San Diego is being awarded a $289,891,274 fixed-price-incentive modification to exercise an option under previously awarded contract (N00024-02-C-2300),

2014 2014

2013 2013

2012 2012

2011 2011

2010 2010

2009 2009

2008 2008

2007 2007

2006 2006

2005 2005

2004 2004

2003 2003

2002 2002

2001 2001

2000 2000

1999 1999

rss | archive | history | articles | privacy | contributors | top maritime news | about us | copyright | maritime magazines
maritime security news | shipbuilding news | maritime industry | shipping news | maritime reporting | workboats news | ship design | maritime business

Time taken: 0.0997 sec (10 req/sec)