Wednesday, October 25, 2006 Maritime News

ABB Wins Orders Worth $100m

Oct 25, 2006

ABB, a power and automation technology group, signed contracts worth more than $100 million in September to supply Azipod propulsion, power generation

Coast Guard Offers Resources on Hazardous Materials

Oct 25, 2006

The United States Coast Guard has published a free resource CD-ROM that brings comprehensive chemical information to the fingertips of fire and safety service personnel

ConocoPhillips 3Q Profit Edged Up

Oct 25, 2006

According to reports, ConocoPhillips on posted a 2 percent rise in third-quarter profit on increased production and slightly higher sales. The company posted net income of $3.

Waterways Council, Inc. Names New Officers and Directors

Oct 25, 2006

At its Annual Meeting held October 18 in Nashville, the Board of Directors of Waterways Council, Inc. (WCI) elected the following officers and Executive Committee members for 2006-2007: Mark Knoy,

Port Security: There's More to it Than Containers

Oct 25, 2006

Most port security discussions focus on a single challenge -- how to monitor container-ship cargos to ensure that exotic weapons -- nuclear, chemical or biological

Tampa Bay Coast Guard Tests Pollution-Recovery System

Oct 25, 2006

Coast Guard personnel from Sector St. Petersburg, along with members from Port Manatee and Tampa Fire and Rescue, conducted a pollution-response exercise at the Port of Manatee in Palmetto, Fla.

NZ Releases Cook Strait Ferry Review

Oct 25, 2006

Maritime New Zealand released the Cook Strait Ferry Review. The review was undertaken due to an increase in the number of marine casualties and near

ACL Profit Grows

Oct 25, 2006

According to reports, American Commercial Lines Inc.'s third-quarter net income rose to $28.4 million, or 90 cents per share, from $3.5 million, or 15 cents per share, a year earlier.

S. Korea's Shipbuilding Orders Hit High

Oct 25, 2006

Combined orders received by South Korea's shipbuilders reached a record $12.4b in the third quarter of the year, reports said. The tally represents a 106.

Kleven Maritime to Build Six for Siem

Oct 25, 2006

Norwegian shipbuilding group Kleven Maritime AS won a $477m contract to build six ships for Siem Offshore, the companies announced. Kleven said the contract

Farstad Announces Vessel Sales

Oct 25, 2006

Farstad Supply AS, a wholly owned company of Farstad Shipping ASA, has reached an agreement to sell the Far Crusader and the Far Centurion to Oceanlink Ltd. Delivery

Barco and Fabricom GTI Team Up

Oct 25, 2006

Barco, together with Fabricom GTI, has been selected to install a Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) system, including new radars, for the port of Antwerp. This port project,

Port Canaveral Breaks Revenue Records

Oct 25, 2006

Preliminary figures show that total revenues for the Canaveral Port Authority have topped $50m for the first time, reaching the $51 million mark in Fiscal Year 2006.

TugAssist Releases New Version

Oct 25, 2006

Edoc Systems Group Ltd., the makers of TugAssist Marine Dispatching Software and a leader in industrial software, has released version 6.0 of TugAssist and

Glendinning Marine and Yacht Controller Form Partnership

Oct 25, 2006

Glendinning Marine Products and Yacht Controller LLC have formed a strategic partnership to offer Glendinning’s Complete Controls Electronic Engine Control system

Tidewater Reports 2Q Results

Oct 25, 2006

Tidewater reported second-quarter earnings of $104.2 million, or $1.86 per share, up from a year-ago profit of $82.2 million, or $1.42 per share. The latest results included a gain of $17.

Polar Tankers Christens Tanker

Oct 25, 2006

Company will operate all double-hulled tanker fleet in 2007 Polar Tankers, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of ConocoPhillips christened the Polar Enterprise,

Congress Offshore Drilling Bill Dims

Oct 25, 2006

According to Reuters, the U.S. House of Representatives will not accept legislation passed by the Senate that keeps most U.S. Atlantic and Pacific waters off-limits to energy exploration, a key U.

American Superconductor Wins $5.3m NAVSEA Contract

Oct 25, 2006

American Superconductor has signed a cost-plus-fee contract valued at $5.3m with the United States Navy's Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) for the design and

AMSC Wins Navy Contract

Oct 25, 2006

American Superconductor Corporation (AMSC) signed a contract valued at $5.3m with the U.S. Navy's Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) for the design and optimization

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