Friday, December 17, 2004 Maritime News

KeySpan LNG Proposed Upgrade – Meeting

Dec 17, 2004

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a Notice stating that it will hold public meetings in Providence (January 11) and Middletown (January 12)

Collision Closes Houston Ship Channel

Dec 17, 2004

A chemical tanker collided with a moored barge near the San Jacinto Monument at approximately 9 p.m. today. The Captain of the Port Houston/Galveston closed the ship channel at 11 p.

LNG Market Poised for Massive Growth

Dec 17, 2004

There has been plenty of talk recently about the birth of a spot and short-term charter market for lng carriers. Indeed some LNGoperators have formed strategic

Cammell Laird Gibraltar Stays Busy

Dec 17, 2004

Gibraltar’s Cammell Laird is reporting busy times with at least seven contracts already confirmed for January/February 2005. The yard has been particularly busy

Millman Steps Down From Grand Bahama Shipyard

Dec 17, 2004

Freeport’s Grand Bahama Shipyard (GBS) has announced that current President & CEO, Chris Millman has decided to step down from his position and is to leave the Company.

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