Tuesday, December 27, 2005 Maritime News

CP Ships Finalizes Plans for Australasian Services

Dec 27, 2005

CP Ships has finalized plans for the most comprehensive and competitive choice of services available linking Australia and New Zealand with Europe, South East Asia,

Norwegian Carrier Goes Adrift

Dec 27, 2005

Reports indicate that a Norwegian-registered car carrier anchored off Minami-Izucho, Shizuoka Prefecture, on Saturday after it lost power and went adrift in a gale,

Tanker Crewmembers Still Missing

Dec 27, 2005

According to the Philippines-based Inquirer, six crewmembers of a tanker that caught fire last Friday have yet to be found as of Sunday, according to the Philippine Coast Guard.

Admiral Appoints Local Man To Coast Guard Academy

Dec 27, 2005

Joseph DiRenzo IV, son of Joseph DiRenzo, III and Commander Karen DiRenzo, NC, USN of Suffolk, Va., will be presented his appointment papers to the United

Edison Chouest to Build BP Storage Facility

Dec 27, 2005

Galliano-based Edison Chouest Offshore will build a storage and preservation facility for BP in Houma next year, according to Edison Chouest corporate

Navy Awards Contracts

Dec 27, 2005

The U.S. Navy has awarded an $116,100 contract to PPG Industries Inc., Huntsville, for windshield assemblies. The contract was awarded by the Naval Inventory Control Point, Philadelphia.

Navy Awards General Dynamics $15.5M for Work on USS Virginia

Dec 27, 2005

The U.S. Navy awarded General Dynamics Electric Boat a $15.5 million contract modification to perform a range of work on USS Virginia (SSN-774) following its shakedown period.

Charleston Gets New Water Taxi

Dec 27, 2005

The Charleston Water Taxi is in business. The taxi started running earlier Monday, shuffling commuters between Mount Pleasant and Charleston. The trip costs $5 one way,

Report of Joint Working Group on Ship Scrapping

Dec 27, 2005

The IMO posted on its Internet site the Report of the Joint Working Group on Ship Scrapping . Representatives from the International Labor Organization (ILO),

IMO – Implementation of MARPOL Regulation 13H – Latvia

Dec 27, 2005

The IMO issued a Circular forwarding a communication received from the Administration of Latvia stating that Latvia has decided to refrain from using the provisions of paragraphs 5,

Los Angeles Ports to Set Shipping Records

Dec 27, 2005

According to Xinhua the two ports here in the Los Angles area are poised to set records for container shipping volume this year thanks to ever-surging trade with

Iran to Build Rickmers Ships

Dec 27, 2005

The contract to build four ships for Germany is awarded to Sadra of Iran, according to a report on www.mehrnews.ir. Total value of the project is $120m and the

$700M LNG Timecharter Awarded

Dec 27, 2005

Petronet LNG Ltd (PLL) has awarded the $700 million time chartering contract for an LNG vessel to the Mitsui-led consortium of Shipping Corporation of India (SCI),

'Rigs to Reefs' Request Triple

Dec 27, 2005

As a result of damage to offshore oil and gas platforms from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the number of request to convert rigs to artificial reefs in the Gulf of Mexico has tripled,

Pakistan Awards Offshore Oil License

Dec 27, 2005

Pakistan granted an offshore oil and gas exploration licence on Friday to a consortium led by the state-run Government Holding Private Ltd (GHPL), according to a report on www.

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