Monday, June 16, 2008 Maritime News

Symposium on Safety and Protection of Marine Environment to be Held in November

Jun 16, 2008

The Nippon Foundation (NF) and the Round Table of international shipping associations (RTisa) (BIMCO, ICS, INTERCARGO & INTERTANKO) are pleased to announce a symposium in Kuala Lumpur on November 24,

This Day in Naval History - June 14

Jun 16, 2008

From the Navy News Service 1777 - John Paul Jones takes command of Ranger. 1777 - Continental Congress adopts design of present U.S. Flag. 1847 - Commodore

Wärtsilä Books Orders for 820 mm-Bore Low-Speed Engines

Jun 16, 2008

The new 820 mm-bore low-speed marine engines developed by Wärtsilä Corporation are proving to be successful in the market. With the second engine passing its factory acceptance test,

New Containership Deployed

Jun 16, 2008

The German containership newbuild Cap Gabriel recently made its first visit to when it docked at the HHLA Container Terminal Burchardkai (CTB).  The CAP GABRIEL

Bisso Marine Adds to Fleet

Jun 16, 2008

Bisso Marine announced the addition of the DSV Joseph Bisso to its fleet of equipment. The vessel is 180 x 44 x 15-ft. and is powered by EMD 12-645-E2 main engines generating 3,

Northrop Grumman Appoints Three VPs at Shipbuilding Sector

Jun 16, 2008

Northrop Grumman Corporation announced the appointment of three vice presidents at its Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding Gulf Coast Operations.  Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding,

Production Resumed on Brage and Veslefrikk

Jun 16, 2008

Production on the Brage and Veslefrikk fields has been resumed after the small fire on the Oseberg A platform in the on June 15. The small fire occurred in a

Cruise Passengers Ferried from Entangled Vessel

Jun 16, 2008

52 passengers and crew were transported to shore from a 62-foot harbor cruise vessel after its props became entangled while anchored in in Coast Guard Sector

Hapag-Lloyd Launches New Service Between Asia and Africa

Jun 16, 2008

Hapag-Lloyd will launch a new service called WSX in July to serve the market between Asia, South and . The new WSX service has been designed to meet Hapag Lloyd’s

Shipyard Workers Strike in Turkey

Jun 16, 2008

Shipyard workers in Turkey reportedly held a one-day strike to protest working conditions in Istanbul's Tuzla district, where a reported 21 workers were killed in accidents in the last nine months,

Maersk, Hutchison Ports in Terminal Deal

Jun 16, 2008

Maersk Line signed a 10-year agreement for terminal usage for Maersk Line at Trinity Terminal, the Port of Felixstowe, UK.  This agreement between Maersk Line and

MarAd Assesses Economic Impact of Lock Closures

Jun 16, 2008

Due to rising flood waters, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is closing nine locks and dams on the upper . Lock 16 in , was the first to close on Thursday, June 12.

Deepsea Trym at Troll Through 2011

Jun 16, 2008

On behalf of the partners in the Troll licence, StatoilHydro has entered into an agreement on a two-year extension of a current contract with Odfjell Drilling for the Deepsea Trym drilling rig.

Stolt-Nielsen in JVs with Gulf Navigation

Jun 16, 2008

Stolt-Nielsen S.A. (SNSA) (Oslo Børs: SNI) said that its wholly owned subsidiary Stolt-Nielsen Indian Ocean and Middle East Service Ltd. ("Stolt") has entered

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