June, 2010 Maritime News

Seither Tapped to Lead SNAME

Jun 30, 2010

The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers named Erik Seither as its next Executive Director of the Society, according to a press release posted on the organization’s website.

Five Minutes with Richard Marler, Chairman, President & CEO, Signal International

Jun 30, 2010

In the June 2010 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News (www.marinelink.com), we had the opportunity to meet with Richard Marler, Chairman, President and CEO of Signal International,

GE’s Wind Demo Projects with Statoil & Lyse

Jun 29, 2010

GE announced plans to install up to five offshore demonstration wind turbines through two separate partnerships. Both initiatives will feature the largest wind turbine in GE's fleet, a 4.

Golden Blessing Hijacked in the Gulf of Aden

Jun 29, 2010

In the early hours of 28 June, pirates took control of the MV Golden Blessing approximately 90 nautical miles off the northern Somali coast. On notification from

Piranha Waste Water Systems Receives Approval

Jun 29, 2010

ACT2 Technologies, a Fla. based company specializing in Sewage Treatment, Water Purification , Oil to Water and many other Waste to Water Systems, announced that they have received U.

Kvichak Constructs Skimmers for Gulf Spill

Jun 29, 2010

Kvichak Marine Industries is currently constructing a run of approximately 30 rapid response oil skimmers fitted with Marco Pollution Control CL-1 Filterbelt oil

RINA Tops Paris MOU Performance List

Jun 29, 2010

International classification society RINA has been recognized by the Paris MOU as the best performing Recognised Organisation in 2009.  At its 43rd meeting the

Aker Solutions Three-Yr Extension with Nexen

Jun 29, 2010

Aker Solutions secured a three-year contract extension for engineering and construction work with client Nexen Petroleum UK Limited in the UK sector of the North Sea.

Crowley Trains Kuwaiti Navy on the Z-Drive Technology

Jun 29, 2010

A Crowley Maritime Corporation team recently trained seven Kuwaiti Navy mariners in operations aboard the first of two newly built Z-Drive harbor tugs the navy will take delivery of this year.

J. Ray McDermott Contract for Wellhead Platform

Jun 29, 2010

Houston-based J. Ray McDermott (J. Ray), a subsidiary of McDermott International, Inc., announced the award of a contract by PEMEX Exploración y Producción for completion engineering,

Wilhelmsen Large Project Loading at Huangpu

Jun 29, 2010

The logistics department of Wilhelmsen Ships Service in Shanghai recently completed a large project loading an air-filter system for shipment to India. Wilhelmsen

Chiarello President American Shipping Group

Jun 29, 2010

American Shipping Group announced the appointment of Anthony Chiarello as President of American Shipping Group (ASG), effective August 1. Chiarello joins ASG

Vocational Training Options Grow

Jun 29, 2010

From MarineNews, March 2010 Vocational training options continue to expand since the STCW 1995 rules put a crimp in the hawsepipe. The Pacific Maritime Institute’s

Transas Eco-Driving Simulator for Rørvik Safety Center

Jun 29, 2010

Transas has developed and delivered a new simulator for monitoring fuel consumption and emissions. The customer, Rörvik Safety Center (Norway) has designed a training

This Day in Coast Guard History – June 30

Jun 29, 2010

1932-The Steamboat Inspection Service and Bureau of Navigation were combined to form the Bureau of Navigation and Steamboat Inspection (47 Stat. L., 415).  The

This Day in Naval History – June 30

Jun 29, 2010

1815 - USS Peacock takes HMS Nautilus, last action of the War of 1812 1943 - Third Fleet Amphibious Force lands troops on Rendova Island while naval gunfire

Offshore Wind Contractor Aims for New Vessels

Jun 29, 2010

At the Offshore Wind Conference 2010 in Liverpool, Scottish based SeaEnergy PLC signed a Letter of Intent with Ulstein Group to co-develop new service vessels for the offshore wind industry.

Rolls-Royce Powers Six New Tugs

Jun 29, 2010

Centennial of the Canadian Navy

Jun 28, 2010

The Canadian Navy was established as a separate force in 1910. In celebration of the 100th year of the Canadian Navy, the Maritime Forces Atlantic (MARLANT) is

Task Force Opposes Repeal of Jones Act

Jun 28, 2010

The Maritime Cabotage Task Force stated that it opposes legislation to repeal the Jones Act, saying that all the McCain bill would do is put more Americans out of work.

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