Thursday, June 14, 2007 Maritime News

UASC Equips Fleet with Iridium Systems

Jun 14, 2007

United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) is installing Iridium satellite terminals on 29 ships, as well as at its home office in Dubai, U.A.E. in a move to reduce

Panama Canal Modifies Dry Excavation Tender for Expansion

Jun 14, 2007

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has modified the tender for the dry excavation of the new Pacific Locks access channel and extended the bid submission date to July 6, 2007.

Jiangsu Eastern Shipyard Wins $61m contract in Indonesia

Jun 14, 2007

Chinese shipbuilding company Jiangsu Eastern Shipyard has been awarded a contract to build two oil tankers worth 61.49 million U.S. dollars by Indonesia's state- run oil firm Pertamina,

EBDG to Design DP2 Well Stimulation Vessel

Jun 14, 2007

The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation of India has contracted with Elliott Bay Design Group to provide consultancy for the design, construction and delivery of a 110m x 19m x 9.

Safety Board Determines Cause of 2006 Barge Fire

Jun 14, 2007

The National Transportation Safety Board determined that the failure of Athena Construction to require its crews to pin mooring spuds securely in place on

Todd Pacific, Martinac and Nicols Brothers to Submit Joint Proposal to WSF

Jun 14, 2007

Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation Reaches Agreement with Martinac Shipbuilding and Nichols Brothers to Submit Joint Single Proposal for Washington State Ferries Todd

RTM STAR Center First US institution Certified to SIGTTO LNG Standards

Jun 14, 2007

American Bureau of Shipping Consulting (ABS Consulting) has certified RTM STAR Center’s Tankship Liquefied Gases course as meeting all the requirements of the

Cummings, Oberstar Introduce Act to Reform Deepwater

Jun 14, 2007

Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD), Chairman of the Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation, introduced the Integrated Deepwater Program Reform

Crowley Forms New Technical Services Business Unit

Jun 14, 2007

Crowley Maritime Corporation has formed a new non-asset, knowledge-based Technical Services business unit that will bring together the company's vessel construction and naval architecture,

CMB Unit Sells LNG Vessel for $65m

Jun 14, 2007

Shipping group CMB said its unit Bocimar International has sold its liquified natural gas (LNG) Panamax vessel Jiangnan 2346 for $65m. The group will realise

Coast Guard and TSA Hold Security Exercise

Jun 14, 2007

U.S. Coast Guard and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will facilitate a port security exercise today in Detroit, MI to evaluate preparedness, prevention

Chief Engineer Sentenced

Jun 14, 2007

The US Attorney for the District of New Jersey said that the chief engineer of a chemical tanker was sentenced to five months in prison for attempting to cover

Cummings Commends Maryland Port Administration Executive Director

Jun 14, 2007

U.S. Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD), Chairman of the Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation, expressed his appreciation for the service

MDSU 2, DOD Divers Train to Improve Environment

Jun 14, 2007

Navy divers from Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit (MDSU) 2 in Little Creek, Va., along with Army, Navy Reserve and Coast Guard divers began a monumental training

MACC Focuses on Maritime Future

Jun 14, 2007

Jerry Fitzmorris, Raytheon Program Manager shows computer systems to Senior Chief Electronics Technician Scott Kelley, and Lt. William Swinford, during the

U.S., Australian Expeditionary Staffs, Ships Begin 1st Phase of Talisman Saber

Jun 14, 2007

The U.S. Navy's Expeditionary Strike Group 7 ships left Brisbane, Australia, on June 10, while amphibious ships of Royal Australian Navy began the embarkation

T&T Spirit for Trinidad & Tobago

Jun 14, 2007

Photo credit: Richard Bennett, photo is courtesy of Incat Newly delivered to The Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (PATT) is the T&T Spirit (Incat hull 060)

Venezuela to Invest $261m in Boats

Jun 14, 2007

Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez authorized the Navy Commander Vice-admiral Benigno Remigio Calvo to enter into a $261m trade agreement with Spanish firm Rodman

L&T Seeks Govt Policy Support for Shipbuilding

Jun 14, 2007

Engineering and construction major Larsen & Toubro urged the Government to encourage shipbuilding in the country through policy support. A committee of the

Tugboat Towed To Maritime Museum

Jun 14, 2007

WPBF reported that before it was retired in 1994, the tugboat, the Huntington moved an estimated 40,000 vessels during a 61-year career at the Newport News Shipyard in Virginia,

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