November, 2007 Maritime News

Ronald Reagan and CVW 14 Underway for TSTA/FEP

Nov 30, 2007

USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) and Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 14 departed San Diego Nov. 27 to complete Tailored Ship's Training Assessment (TSTA), an intense training

This Day in Naval History - Nov. 30

Nov 30, 2007

From the Navy News Service 1942 - In Battle of Tassafaronga, last major naval action in Solomons, U.S. forces stop the Japanese attempt to reprovision the Japanese troops on Guadalcanal.

Tano Capital Invests $15m in ABG Motors

Nov 30, 2007

Tano Capital, LLC has invested $15m in Mumbai-based ABG Motors, a newly created arm of ABG Engineering & Construction, through its affiliate in a private equity transaction.

RET NV Orders Damen Fast Ferry 3007

Nov 30, 2007

RET and Damen have signed a contract for a Damen Fast Ferry 3007. The above acquisition by RET is the result of having been awarded the new ferry service in the Port of Rotterdam,

Toisa Pegasus Launched and Named

Nov 30, 2007

IHC Merwede announced the launch of a new diving support and offshore construction vessel for Bermuda-based Toisa Limited. The launch will took place on November

Cosco Busan Gets Repairs at SF Yard

Nov 30, 2007

Shipyard crews in San Francisco are working on patching up the container ship Cosco Busan, which was damaged when it ran into the Bay Bridge on Nov. 7. The accident tore a 200-ft.

STX Wins $264m Tanker Order

Nov 30, 2007

South Korea's STX Shipbuilding Co. said it had secured a $263.9m order from the Middle East to build four petrochemical products tankers. The ship(s) would be delivered by June 20,

Port Director Takes Helm at Indiana-Burns Harbor

Nov 30, 2007

Peter Laman will become the new port director at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor on Dec. 3. Laman, a New Orleans resident for the last eight years, has

Genoil and Aquamation Form Alliance

Nov 30, 2007

Genoil Inc. announced that they have executed a Joint Operating Agreement with Aquamation Inc., to collaborate in industrial water treatment projects & process

Iridium Satellite Names New Executive VP

Nov 30, 2007

Iridium Satellite announces the appointment of John Roddy as executive vice president for ground operations and product development. With more than 27 years

Bollinger Delivers ATB Unit to Bouchard

Nov 30, 2007

Bollinger delivers the ATB unit, B. No. 282 and tug Ellen S. Bouchard, the second of two 80,000 BBL OPA’90 tank barges and retrofitted tug to Bouchard. Bollinger Gretna,

NOAA PORTS Installed in Mobile Bay

Nov 30, 2007

NOAA announced said that the Port of Mobile, Ala. has become the 14th location in the United States to install the Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System.

ABS Elects Members and Corporate Officers

Nov 29, 2007

At the recent Board of Directors and Council meetings of the international classification society ABS, 26 prominent members of the shipping and offshore industries

Technology Associates Opens Office in India

Nov 29, 2007

A naval engineering company, has opened an office in India that will double its size. Technology Associates, which has 17 employees in New Orleans, will add

Fire Reported on Shell Facility

Nov 29, 2007

A small fire broke out on Shell's North Cormorant platform, which was quickly extinguished. Reports indicated that there was no need for any of the 106 staff

Boskalis Orders Two Trailing Suction Hopper Dredgers

Nov 29, 2007

Dredging concern Royal Boskalis Westminster nv has placed an order with shipyard IHC Holland for the construction of two innovative 12,000m³ hoppers. The order

Cargotec to Convert RoRos

Nov 29, 2007

Cargotec's MacGREGOR has received an order for conversion of car decks in six RoRo vessels. The conversion will take place during 2010–2012 and the value of the order exceeds $14.

Chesapeake Firm to Recycle Ships

Nov 29, 2007

Two government ships, currently moored at a shipyard near Baltimore, Md., will be recycled at the Bay Bridge Enterprises facility in Chesapeake, Va., under the

Aker Kvaerner Gets Subsea Contract

Nov 29, 2007

StatoilHydro on behalf of the Morvin license group, awarded Aker Kvaerner a contract for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of a complete subsea

Wärtsilä Engine Achieves Emissions Certification

Nov 29, 2007

Picture of the Wärtsilä 26 engine Wärtsilä has achieved Tier 2 marine certification under the emissions control legislation of the US EPA (United States


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