Thursday, December 16, 2004 Maritime News

Australia Strengthens Maritime Security

Dec 16, 2004

Australia’s offshore maritime security is to be further strengthened through a series of linked initiatives that will be implemented progressively through 2005.

Tokyo MOU to establish Detention Review Panel

Dec 16, 2004

The Tokyo MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) on Port State Control issued a Notice stating that, effective 1 January 2005, it is establishing a Detention Review Panel.

EC to Sue 8 Member States in Erika Aftermath

Dec 16, 2004

The European Commission has decided to take Belgium, Greece, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Austria, Finland and the United Kingdom to the Court of Justice. They

NJ Senators Call for Delinquent Dues

Dec 16, 2004

U.S. Senators Jon S. Corzine (D) and Frank R. Lautenberg (D) of New Jersey, in the aftermath of what might turn out to be one of the worst oil spills ever on the Delaware River,

FMC Approves NVOCC Service Arrangements Rulemaking

Dec 16, 2004

The Federal Maritime Commission announced that it would issue a Final Rule in Docket No. 04-12, Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carrier Service Arrangements, 46 CFR Part 531,

Lower Snake and Clearwater Rivers – navigation maintenance

Dec 16, 2004

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued a Notice stating that it intends to prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS) for performing routine maintenance of

ASA Responds to Delaware River Spill

Dec 16, 2004

Several members of the American Salvage Association (ASA) were contracted to assist in the case of the tanker Athos I, which began leaking oil as she entered a

Sperry Nav Systems for LASCO Tankers

Dec 16, 2004

Northrop Grumman Corporation received orders to supply a complete package of electronic navigation equipment for 10 new tankers being built for the Latvian Shipping Company (LASCO).

Smiths Detection Unveils Mobile, High Energy Cargo Screening System

Dec 16, 2004

Smiths Detection offers HCV-Mobile, a high-energy mobile cargo screening system designed to scan more than 25 loaded trucks and containers per hour. Beginning in January 2005,

Lockheed to Commence Construction of LCS

Dec 16, 2004

The U.S. Navy awarded a Lockheed Martin-led team $188.2 million to commence detail design and construction of the first Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), a revolutionary

Northrop Grumman to Supply Navigation Systems for New Tankers

Dec 16, 2004

Northrop Grumman Corporation has received orders to supply a complete package of electronic navigation equipment for ten new tankers being built for the Latvian Shipping Company (LASCO).

CSR Condemns Forced Detention of Seafarers

Dec 16, 2004

Douglas B. Stevenson, Esq., the Director of the Seamen's Church Institute's (SCI) Center for Seafarers' Rights, urged RADM Thomas Gilmore, Assistant Commandant

CP Ships Strengthens Financial Management

Dec 16, 2004

CP Ships Limited announced a strengthened financial management structure, including new senior positions. David Auger joined CP Ships as Group Financial Controller.

UK Releases 3Q Short Sea Travel Stats

Dec 16, 2004

The Department for Transport has published National Statistics on sea passengers traveling on short-sea routes, for the third quarter of 2004. During this period there were: -- 9.

Kronodoc, Aker Finnyards Sign Contract

Dec 16, 2004

Kronodoc Oy signed a purchase contract with Aker Finnyards Inc., the former Kvaerner Masa-Yards Inc. In addition to the delivery of the Kronodoc product, the

Sonsub Extends HOS Innovator Vessel Contract

Dec 16, 2004

In order to continue to serve ongoing client projects in the Gulf of Mexico, Sonsub extended its long term vessel charter with Hornbeck Offshore Services, LLC for

Coast Guard, NJ State Marine Police Form Partnership

Dec 16, 2004

Rear Adm. David Pekoske, Commander, First Coast Guard District, Rear Adm. Sally Brice O’Hara, Commander, Fifth Coast Guard District and New Jersey Acting Governor Richard J.

Ship Collides with Barge

Dec 16, 2004

A chemical tanker collided with a moored barge near the San Jacinto Monument on Dec. 15. The Captain of the Port Houston/Galveston closed the ship channel from

Lockheed Martin Team Approved to Begin Detail Design and Construction on First Littoral Combat Ship

Dec 16, 2004

The U.S. Navy awarded a Lockheed Martin-led team $188.2 million to commence detail design and construction of the first Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), a revolutionary

 

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