Tuesday, July 25, 2006 Maritime News

Goltens Secures Agreement with Hanjin

Jul 25, 2006

The Goltens Group reached an exclusive, long-term service agreement with Hanjin Shipping. Under the terms of the agreement, Hanjin has named Goltens (Shanghai)

Ports Extend Public Comment Period Deadline

Jul 25, 2006

The Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles are extending the public comment period for the San Pedro Bay Clean Air Action Plan by 30 days, to August 28, to ensure

Aker Kvaerner Awarded Copper Mine Construction Contract

Jul 25, 2006

Aker Kvaerner signed a contract with Phelps Dodge Mining Company for construction of a greenfield copper mine near Safford, Arizona. The total contract value for

Evergreen, Hanjin Enter Slot-Charter Agreement

Jul 25, 2006

Evergreen Marine Corporation has entered into a slot-charter agreement with Hanjin Shipping Company on the trade lane between the East Coasts of North and South America and another encompassing Asia,

Kursiu Linija Sells Eimskip Share

Jul 25, 2006

Kursiu Linija sold a further 20-percent share of its equity to Icelandic transport company Eimskip. The move gives Kursiu Linija additional financial power and paves the way for expansion plans.

McMoRan Receives USCG Update on Offshore LNG Project

Jul 25, 2006

McMoRan Exploration Co. has received correspondence from the U.S. Coast Guard regarding the remaining steps to be completed to obtain a Deepwater Port License for

Cuba Drills off Florida Coast

Jul 25, 2006

The Washington Times recently reported that Cuba is drilling for oil 60 miles off the coast of Florida with help from China, Canada and Spain even as Congress struggles

MetOcean Offers New Marine Forecast Service

Jul 25, 2006

Marine forecasts are now available in a new web-based service from MetOcean Solutions Ltd. The service features forecasts with graphics and seven days wind, swell

Korean Shipbuilders Place in Top 10 for June Orders

Jul 25, 2006

Korean shipbuilders occupied seven out of the top 10 positions in the world last month in terms of orders. Hyundai Heavy Industries was the world’s largest shipyard

St. Petersburg Shipbuilding Industry Sees Decline

Jul 25, 2006

Shipbuilding in St. Petersburg, according to the St. Petersburg Times, is shrinking. In the past, the city’s three largest shipyards - Admiralteyskiye Verfi, Baltiysky

MSCO Completes Modernization of Natali Supertanker

Jul 25, 2006

Murmansk Shipping Company (MSCO) has completed modernizing the Natali supertanker, Interfax Russia reported. The China State Shipbuilding Corporation modernized the tanker over a six-month period.

Superior Energy Promotes Harris

Jul 25, 2006

Superior Energy Services promoted Paul Harris to international business development manager-Marine Division. Harris has been with Superior’s Marine Division for three years,

Fiberglass Catamaran From China

Jul 25, 2006

Guanzhou Min Hua Yacht Manufacture Ltd. delivered the fourth in a series of high speed catamaran passenger vessels to Elison, an operator in the far south of Guangdong province.

Zuhai Shipyard Completes Construction on Tugs

Jul 25, 2006

Zuhai Shipyard recently finished construction of two tugs. The two latest vessels are 30 x 9-m with a 4.1-molded depth with a 615-ton displacement. The SOLAS-equipped

Keppel FELS, Technip Completes Construction for P-52

Jul 25, 2006

The consortium of Keppel FELS and Technip has completed the offshore mating of the 25,000-ton topside and the 4,500-ton spider deck with hull structure, weighing 17,

Foss Delivers Modular Cargo to Russia

Jul 25, 2006

Foss Maritime Company has delivered 36 pre-fabricated modules that were part of a multi-year sealift of specialized structure and components needed to construct

Foss Acquires Constellation Tug

Jul 25, 2006

Foss Maritime Company is expanding into the American East Coast market with the acquisition of Constellation Tug Company of Charlestown, Mass. With the planned introduction of new,

OMSA to Testify on Coast Guard Licensing, Documentation

Jul 25, 2006

Shull Autin, COO of SEACOR Marine LLC, on behalf of the Offshore Marine Service Association (OMSA), testified before the House Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Subcommittee,

Chinese Yard Moves Mountains to Build Ships

Jul 25, 2006

Asked what was previously on the site of the new Jiangmen Yinxing Shipbuilding yard, a company representative replies, “Mountains, we moved mountains to build ships.

Converteam to Perform Upgrade for CCG

Jul 25, 2006

Converteam was awarded a contract from the federal Government of Canada to provide mid-life electrical system upgrade services to the Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker, Sir Wilfrid Laurier.


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