Tuesday, December 28, 2004 Maritime News

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

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