December, 2004 Maritime News

Trailing Suction Hopper Delivered

Dec 30, 2004

In January 2003 VOSTA LMG received an order from Hudong Zhonghua Shipyard for the design and supply of all dredging components for a Trailing Suction Hopper Dredge

Port of LA is Top Gateway

Dec 29, 2004

The Port of Los Angeles became the top U.S. international freight gateway by shipment value in 2003, according to a soon to be released report from the U.S. Department

Fomer Suncruz Owner Pleads Guilty

Dec 29, 2004

Marcos Daniel Jiménez, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida; Jon Sall, Special Agent in Charge, United States Coast Guard Investigative Service; and Ricky D.

Electric Boat Gets Sub Funds

Dec 29, 2004

Electric Boat Corp., Groton, Conn., is being awarded a $1,503,050,893 modification to its FY04-FY08 Virginia class multi-year contract, which provides funding for FY05 multi-year ship (SSN 780),

Potential for Nuclear Attack Using Tankers

Dec 28, 2004

The Congressional Research Service issued a Report on the potential for a terrorist nuclear attack using oil tankers. The report discusses the possibility of terrorists

Oil Match Confirmed in Dalco Passage Spill

Dec 28, 2004

Gov. Gary Locke and RADM Jeffrey Garrett announced today that tests conducted by both state and federal laboratories indicate the Polar Texas oil tanker, owned by ConocoPhillips,

$166M Award for LPD 22/23 Advance Procurement

Dec 28, 2004

The U.S. Navy has awarded $166 million in additional advance procurement funding to Northrop Grumman Corporation, providing long-lead materials for San Diego (LPD 22) and Anchorage (LPD 23),

Revised Load Lines Protocol Annex Enters Force January 1

Dec 28, 2004

Revisions to the 1988 Load Lines Protocol enter into force on 1 January 2005. Also entering into force on the same date are amendments to the Guidelines on

Panama Canal Celebrates 5 Years

Dec 28, 2004

Five years since the Panama Canal was handed over to the Panamanian people from the United States, the waterway is running better and safer than ever in its 90 years of operation.

Dorsett to Head Port Government Affairs

Dec 28, 2004

Dick Dorsett recently joined the Port of Tacoma as Governmental Affairs Manager. In this position, he manages the Port’s State Legislative agenda and works with

Report: LNG Ships are Safe

Dec 22, 2004

In response to the release of the Sandia National Laboratories and Department of Energy report on liquefied natural gas (LNG), Rear Adm. Thomas H. Gilmour, Coast

National Cargo Security Strategy White Paper

Dec 22, 2004

A draft of the National Cargo Security Strategy White Paper has been posted on the Internet. The document, which was circulated at last week’s Cargo Security Summit,

City Will Bid to Buy Ferry

Dec 22, 2004

(Photo: Monica E. Brown) The fate of the Spirit of Ontario has taken yet another interesting turn. According to an article published in the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle,

Navy Awards Multi Ship/Multi Option Contract

Dec 21, 2004

The Navy awarded the East Coast Multi/Ship Multi Option (MS/MO) contract on Dec. 20 to Norfolk Shipbuilding and Drydock Corporation (NORSHIPCO) for DDG docking

Herma Selects Autoship Software

Dec 21, 2004

Autoship Systems Corporation sold its CAD/CAM software to Herma Shipbuilding, Inc. of Quezon City, Philippines. Herma's installation of Autoship Pro, Autopower,

Loy to Leave DHS

Dec 21, 2004

(The following is a statement by the Secretary of Homeland Security) “For more than 40 years, Admiral James Loy has dedicated himself to the protection of our country and its citizens.

Samuelsson to Head MAN B&W Diesel AG

Dec 21, 2004

The supervisory board of MAN B&W Diesel AG, a subsidiary of MAN AG, Munich, has appointed Håkan Samuelsson as its new chairman, effective January 1, 2005. In this position he will follow Dr.

FDGM Wins USCG Repower Contract

Dec 21, 2004

FDGM, Inc., a U.S.-based, wholly owned subsidiary of Fincantieri of Italy, was selected to repower the United States Coast Guard’s 75-ft. WLR and WLIC class cutters

Delaware Oil Spill Update

Dec 21, 2004

The Unified Command continues oil clean-up and recovery efforts, but inclement weather may affect operations, delaying or halting them in some instances to ensure the safety of clean-up workers.

Alaskan Ferry Sustains Damage

Dec 21, 2004

The Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) is cooperating with U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Office Juneau to investigate and evaluate structural damage sustained

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