Tuesday, November 19, 2002 Maritime News

Long Island Ferry Accident Leaves One Dead

Nov 19, 2002

In a freak accident that occurred in the Long Island Sound off the coast off Orient Point, L.I., a 65-ft. tractor-trailer rolled off Cross Sound Ferry's 250-ft.

New Report Finds LNG Future Bright

Nov 19, 2002

The new report “The Drewry Annual LNG Shipping Market Review and Forecast” finds one sector of shipping with a bright future. The last thirty months has seen a

Great Lakes States to Address Ballast Water Issue

Nov 19, 2002

Attorney General Jennifer M. Granholm has joined Attorneys General from around the Great Lakes states in filing a brief in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that

ABS Begins Technical Investigation for Prestige

Nov 19, 2002

ABS has launched a detailed technical investigation into the possible causes of the damage sustained by the 81,589 dwt, Bahamas-flag tanker Prestige, operated by Universe Maritime Ltd of Greece.

MAN B&W Engines on Record Course

Nov 19, 2002

MAN B&W Diesel have been selected to power an attempt for a high-speed water record. The company’s engines powered the vessels that broke the transatlantic record

LI Ferry Accident

Nov 19, 2002

Coast Guard rescue crews are searching for a missing ferry passenger after two people were reported unaccounted for, and a 65-ft. paving truck fell off the ferry

Stelmar Sees Strong Future

Nov 19, 2002

Greek-based Stelmar Shipping Ltd. expects its tanker fleet to grow nearly 15 percent in the coming year, said Peter Goodfellow, CEO and President, in remarks to investors and analysts Monday,

Prestige Breaking Up

Nov 19, 2002

SMIT Salvage has confirmed that the Prestige is currently breaking up in international waters. The Salvage team remains on scene but has had no choice but to disconnect from the stricken vessel.

B+V Repair Sector Reports Good Prospects

Nov 19, 2002

Two ships are currently at Blohm + Voss Repair GmbH in Hamburg and both were booked in at very short notice, one for rudder repairs and the other for the repair of engine damage.

U.S. Army Accepts Spearhead

Nov 19, 2002

USAV TSV-1X Spearhead has been completed at the Incat shipyard in Hobart to meet US Army requirements and delivered to owner Bollinger/Incat USA for charter to

A&P Tyne Wins Repair Contract

Nov 19, 2002

A&P Tyne has been awarded the contract for the Life Extension of Technip-Coflexip’s 9,158grt multi purpose dive support vessel CSO Wellservicer. The vessel is

IBIA Refutes IBIA-Nigeria

Nov 19, 2002

The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) says it has nothing to do with a newly-formed association in Nigeria which is using its name. IBIA-Nigeria,

FGH Contracts to Sell Friede Goldman Offshore

Nov 19, 2002

Friede Goldman Halter, Inc. has completed the previously announced auction of its Friede Goldman Offshore division and has entered into a contract to sell the assets to ACON Offshore Partners LLP,

 

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