Thursday, August 18, 2005 Maritime News

Schat-Harding to Exceed SOLAS Standards

Aug 18, 2005

Schat-Harding has agreed with Statoil to recall six of its FF1000S skid-launched freefall lifeboats for strengthening beyond SOLAS requirements. In service tests

TSA and U.S. Coast Guard Initiate Homeland Security Exercises for U.S. Seaports

Aug 18, 2005

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and the U.S. Coast Guard began a series of transportation system port security exercises today in San Francisco.

Grounded Barge Leaking Sulfuric Acid in Texas

Aug 18, 2005

The U.S. Coast Guard issued a Press Release stating that a tank barge grounded in Chocolate Bayou and leaked an unknown quantity of its cargo of sulfuric acid.

Bisso Pulls 700 Tons on 200 Ton Jackets

Aug 18, 2005

Bisso Marine was contracted to remove four structures in the Eugene Island area. The 105 ft., 200T jacket structures were designed, built and installed in 1958,

Damaged Pipeline Recovered

Aug 18, 2005

Upon completion of the second successful pipelay, 22,000’ x 6” in the Ship Shoal area, BISSO MARINE pipeline division reconfigured the DLB BIG CHIEF to recover 14,

T&T Bisso Wins Salvage Contract

Aug 18, 2005

The alliance between T&T MARINE SALVAGE of Galveston, TX, and BISSO MARINE, of New Orleans, LA, known as T&T BISSO, LLC has been awarded a contract to salvage

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