Tuesday, April 06, 2004 Maritime News

Naming of Rickmers Jakarta Celebrated in Jakarta

Apr 06, 2004

Rickmers-Linie celebrated the naming naming of a seventh new Superflex Heavy MPC vessel on April 2. Mrs Minarsih Soedarpo Sastrosatomo, wife of Mr Soedarpo Sastrosatomo,

AIS Consultation Company Formed

Apr 06, 2004

True Heading was founded on March 1, 2004, positioned as an exclusive AIS independent consultancy company. The company was founded by a group of former employees of Saab TransponderTech.

L-3 Power Paragon Wins Navy Deal

Apr 06, 2004

Power Paragon, a division of L-3 Communications SPD Technologies, was selected by Bath Iron Works to provide its 288 kW, Air Cooled Frequency Converters (ACFC 288) for the U.

Senesco Marine Expansion Continues

Apr 06, 2004

Senesco Marine hired Norman Hodge as Vice President of new construction. Most recently Hodge was General Manager of Conrad's in Orange, Texas. Prior to working

FV Olga Levied $113,000 Polluting Fine

Apr 06, 2004

The Fishing Vessel (FV) Olga was fined $113,000 in provincial court in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador for violations under the Canada Shipping Act associated

Revised Ship Sewage Regs Adopted

Apr 06, 2004

Revised regulations for the prevention of pollution of the oceans by sewage from ships have been adopted by IMO's Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC),

Navy: Advanced Joint Health Service Support and Sea Basing Concept

Apr 06, 2004

by RDML Clinton E. Adams, MC, USN Command Surgeon & CDR William J. Upham, MSC, USN Chief, Medical Concept Development & Experimentation Deploying Joint

Technology: Cool Technology

Apr 06, 2004

While debate continues on whether or not fuel cell-based power generation can be a viable proposition for the commercial marine market, its advocates in the engineering

Investment in Design: Oil Tankers The Rules are About to Change

Apr 06, 2004

A seminal approach to class following the landmark decision by three of the classification societies two years ago to develop common edicts governing oil tanker hull structures,

Norway: Teekay Seeks to Grow Suezmax Fleet

Apr 06, 2004

Expanding the Suezmax fleet and greater involvement in carrying oil products are among the ambitions being pursued by theTeekay Tanker Services (TTS) business unit of Teekay.

Gas Ships: Dual-fuel Diesel Engines for LNG Carriers

Apr 06, 2004

Recent orders for Wärtsilä 50DF dual-fuel engines for two LNG carriers, eight engines in all, are no coincidence. This engine type promises benefits for LNG operators

Gas Ship Facts: LNG Fast Facts

Apr 06, 2004

LNG (liquefied natural gas) is natural gas, primarily methane, which has been cooled to its liquid state at -260°F (162.2°C). Liquefying natural gas reduces the

Gas Ships: Large LNG Carriers ABS Addresses Tech Concerns

Apr 06, 2004

As the LNG trade significantly increase over the next decade, transporting the fuel in ever larger, more sophisticated ships means particular attention must be

Gas Ships: Teekay Enters LNG With Tapias Acquisition

Apr 06, 2004

Teekay Shipping Corporation has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Naviera F. Tapias S.A., a leading independent owner and operator of LNG carriers and crude oil tankers in Spain.

Offshore Profile: VT Halter: King has Company Back on Track

Apr 06, 2004

It was little more than a year ago that Boyd E. (Butch) King, CEO, took the reigns at VT Halter Marine, a designer and builder of small to medium-sized ships with a varied and rich history.

CAD/CAM: Stability Software for Semi Submersible Rigs

Apr 06, 2004

Not all stability software is made equal. Even if all commonly available stability programs were of the same quality, virtually all of them are designed first

CAD/CAM: ShipConstructor 2004 used for M/V Cheramie BoTruc 38

Apr 06, 2004

To meet the requirements of the BoTruc project, Bollinger's design group chose ShipConstructor2004, the latest version of the 3-D product modeling software developed by Albacore Research Ltd (ARL),

Offshore Profile: Offshore Prospects Keep Bollinger Busy

Apr 06, 2004

Maritime Reporter recently spent some time with Mike Ellis, Executive VP and COO of Bollinger Shipyards, Inc., to discuss offshore market business trends and

Offshore Design: The Future is Now

Apr 06, 2004

By Greg Trauthwein The maritime industry has an image problem. Perceived to be an aging industry, many players in the maritime niche deal daily with the

Offshore Market: Oil Prices Skyrocket but Rig Demand in the Doldrums

Apr 06, 2004

By Tom Marsh, ODS-Petrodata, Houston Worldwide demand for mobile offshore drilling units remains essentially flat, according to Houston-based offshore industry analyst ODS-Petrodata,


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