June, 2006 Maritime News

S.Korea's Daewoo Wins $502m Order

Jun 30, 2006

Reuters has reported that Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co., has won a $502.4m order to build a drillship for a company based in the Americas.

Contract Signed for LNG Powered Ship

Jun 30, 2006

Statoil has awarded Eidesvik Shipping AS the contract for the delivery of a supply ship fuelled by liquefied natural gas (LNG). Running for a period of five years from October 2006,

Conrad Announces New Contracts and Deliveries

Jun 30, 2006

Conrad Industries, Inc. signed contracts during the second quarter of 2006 for the construction of fourteen vessels totaling $28.8 million and the delivery of nine vessels in recent months.

Gilman Named DMT Chairman of the Board

Jun 30, 2006

Deep Marine Technology, Inc. announced the election of Bruce C. Gilman to Chairman of the Board. A businessman with CEO level management expertise, Gilman’s

AAPA Cites Concerns for TWIC Implementation

Jun 30, 2006

The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) weighed in on the Department of Homeland Security’s proposed rules for implementing the federal Transportation Worker Identification Credential,

Arlington Tankers Announces New Sub-Charter

Jun 30, 2006

Arlington Tankers Ltd. announced that Concordia Maritime AB of Sweden (Concordia) has entered into new two-year sub-charter agreements for Arlington's two V-Max tankers,

National AIS Project – Environmental Statement

Jun 30, 2006

The US Coast Guard is seeking comments on its draft programmatic environmental impact statement (PEIS) addressing proposed implementation of the Nationwide Automatic

Bill Introduced on Crime Reporting for Cruise Ships

Jun 30, 2006

Representative Shays (R-CT) introduced a bill (H.R. 5707) to require the owner of a cruise ship that calls at a port in the United States to report to the Secretary

CSIC Forms Joint Venture with Wartsila

Jun 30, 2006

Wartsila Qiyao Diesel Co Ltd (Shanghai), a joint-venture between Finland-based Wartsila and the China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC), was inaugurated on June 29.

Tanker, Container Ship Collide in Singapore Waters

Jun 30, 2006

Reports indicate that a supertanker and a container ship collided in Singapore waters southeast of St John's Island. But the incident did not

Odfjell Announces Fleet Expansion

Jun 30, 2006

Odfjell has bought M/T Giada D from Italian owners. The vessel is built in 1996 at Chantiere Navale de Poli, Italy and she is 10,115 dwt with stainless steel cargo tanks.

Patriot Arrives in Brunei

Jun 30, 2006

Sasebo, Japan-based USS Patriot (MCM 7) arrived in Brunei for a scheduled port visit June 25, meant to enhance the relationship between the U.S. and Brunei. The

Odfjell Expands Fleet

Jun 30, 2006

Odfjell has bought M/T "Giada D" from Italian owners. The vessel is built in 1996 at Chantiere Navale de Poli, Italy and she is 10,115 dwt with stainless steel cargo tanks.

Navy Awards Contract for Third LCS

Jun 30, 2006

The Navy announced it is awarding a $197.6 million contract option to a team lead by Lockheed Martin for construction of the third Littoral Combat Ship (LCS).

ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems Wins Orders for Ships

Jun 30, 2006

ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems – a company of ThyssenKrupp Technologies – has got the order to build two 3,400 TEU container ships. These very compact container ships have a capacity of 3,

Hapag-Lloyd Inaugurates South Africa Service

Jun 30, 2006

Hapag-Lloyd, which has so far focused mainly on East-West services, is expanding its African network by starting a service to South Africa in mid-October. “The

Groups Sue to Stop Navy From Using Sonar

Jun 29, 2006

According to the Houston Chronicle, environmental groups sued the federal government to prevent the Navy from using active sonar during drills off Hawaii next month,

Oil Spill Leaves Ships Stranded

Jun 29, 2006

The AP has reported that ships have been stranded, seafood sources threatened and the nation's oil reserve tapped as the result of 47,000 gallons of oil spilling

Favorable Verdict for Celebrity Cruises

Jun 29, 2006

Celebrity Cruises announced that a federal court jury in New York has awarded Celebrity $193m in a lawsuit against Essef Corp. Celebrity has remaining claims

ACL Announces Appointments and Promotions

Jun 29, 2006

American Commercial Lines Inc. (ACL) announced that it has appointed Mr. Joseph J. Rella as its Vice President, Sales for Jeffboat LLC, a subsidiary of ACL. Rella

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