Wednesday, April 11, 2007 Maritime News

Oil Search Signs Agreement for LNG Project Study

Apr 11, 2007

Oil Search Ltd said it has signed a cost sharing agreement (CSA) with its joint venture participants in the Hides, Angore and Juha fields, to study the opportunity

Dragon Offshore Selects AVEVA

Apr 11, 2007

AVEVA announced that the Dragon Offshore Industries LLC (Part of QGM Group), Hamriyah free zone port, Sharjah, has selected AVEVA’s Marine Solution to use throughout

Study on Cruise Ships' Waste Will Continue

Apr 11, 2007

According to the PI Reporter, work will continue on a study of whether it is feasible and desirable for the 150 Alaska-bound cruise ships that visit Seattle's

HAL Ships Celebrate Historic Meeting

Apr 11, 2007

The meeting in Dubrovnik of the ms Amsterdam and the ms Prinsendam marked the first time in Holland America Line's 134-year history that two ships on simultaneous

Coast Guard Issues Alert on Diving Safety

Apr 11, 2007

The US Coast Guard issued an alert reminding the maritime industry in general and the commercial diving community in particular of the importance of safety in commercial diving.

ACL Secures $15m Tank BargeContract

Apr 11, 2007

American Commercial Lines Inc. has secured a more than $15m contract with Andrie Inc. to build an ABS classed 50,000 barrel, double-skinned tank barge. Construction

Moore Stephens: P&I Premium Increases are Justified

Apr 11, 2007

In most cases, the increased premiums which shipowners are being asked to pay by their P&I clubs are justified, and are a vital factor in maintaining a solvent marine mutual market,

Aker Yards and Tallink Sign Contract for Ferry

Apr 11, 2007

Aker Yards and Tallink Grupp have signed a contract of a large cruise ferry. The vessel worth approx. 180 million euro will be delivered in spring 2009 from the shipyard in Rauma.

ACP Publishes Toll Proposal

Apr 11, 2007

The Board of Directors of the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has published its proposal to restructure the Panama Canal’s pricing system and certain regulations.

MarAd Launches New Website

Apr 11, 2007

The Maritime Administration has launched a new Web site, promoting its Marine Highway Initiative. The site provides an information clearinghouse on the Marine Highway Initiative,

Phoenix Express Strengthens Maritime Partnerships with North Africa

Apr 11, 2007

Tug boats assist the amphibious assault ship USS Nassau (LHA 4) as it departs Naval Station Norfolk. Nassau will be participating in a multi-national combined

This Day in Naval History - April 11

Apr 11, 2007

From the Navy News Service 1783 - Congress declares the end of war with Great Britain. 1900 - The Navy accepted its first submarine, USS Holland (SS 1). 1970 - Launch of Apollo 13,

Seabees Build on Combat Skills

Apr 11, 2007

Dusty and hot: that's April in Kuwait. These are perfect conditions for a day on the firing range, where the training department of Naval Mobile Construction

Ronald Reagan Strike Group Makes Port Visit to Pearl Harbor

Apr 11, 2007

The Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group (RRCSG), pulled into Naval Station Pearl Harbor on April 9 for a scheduled port visit on the return leg of its 2007

Costa Crociere: a Leader in France and Marseilles

Apr 11, 2007

Costa Crociere is both a historical cruise company in France, having had a presence there since the 1950s, and also the market leader, accounting for over 50% of French cruisers (120,

Fratelli Cosulich Celebrates 150 Years in Shipping

Apr 11, 2007

Fratelli Cosulich is celebrating 150 years in shipping during 2007. The Euro600m turnover global group began as a shipowner in 1857 and today has diversified interests in shipowning,

Port of Vancouver First in Canada to Go Green

Apr 11, 2007

The Port of Vancouver is the first in Canada to attempt to entice ships to burn cleaner fuels and lower greenhouse gas emissions. However an environmental

Stolt-Nielsen Orders 4 Tankers from SLS

Apr 11, 2007

Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group , a subsidiary of Stolt-Nielsen S.A. , announced today that it has signed an agreement with SLS Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (SLS) for four 43,

SNTG Orders 4 Ships

Apr 11, 2007

Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group (SNTG signed an agreement with SLS Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (SLS) for four 43,000 deadweight ton (dwt) parcel tankers. The aggregate

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