Tuesday, June 01, 2010 Maritime News

Obama’s Statement on Latest Spill Containment Efforts

Jun 01, 2010

On May 29, 2010, the following statement by President Obama regarding the latest efforts to contain the BP oil spill was released: “Today, I’ve spoken with National

Fairstar Contracts For Gorgon LNG Project

Jun 01, 2010

Fairstar Heavy Transport NV (FAIR) has been awarded two transportation contracts by Chevron Australia Pty Ltd and Kellogg Joint Venture - Gorgon. The contracts

Stena Bulk Orders Another Suezmax Tanker

Jun 01, 2010

Stena Bulk, which recently confirmed an order at Samsung Shipyard for six in-house designed Suezmax tankers for delivery in 2011/2012, has now placed further one

Brown Heads Int’l Marine Business for W R Systems

Jun 01, 2010

W R Systems, Ltd. (WRSystems) appointed Simon Brown as Director of International Marine Business. Brown will expand and develop an international distributor base

Cat C32 Marine Engines Cruise Down Under

Jun 01, 2010

Bass & Flinders Cruise’s first charter boat was (65 ft) was powered by Cat 3208 marine engines and has since logged over 20,000 hours. When it came time to select

Comark Corp. Pilothouse Computer

Jun 01, 2010

Comark Corporation expanded its portfolio of display products by announcing the Comark Pilothouse Computer. The Pilothouse Computer is an integration of the Comark

Wind Industry Faces Tough Times

Jun 01, 2010

According to a June 1 report from The Michigan Messenger, as Michigan continues to consider whether to support offshore wind turbine development, the wind power

NOBIS-FAC60, Fast Attack Craft from Nobiskrug

Jun 01, 2010

Nobiskrug has developed a new design for a Fast Attack Craft, the NOBIS-FAC60. The vessel is designed for easy operation, high performance, long endurance and cost efficient maintenance.

ABS Nautical Systems NS5 Update

Jun 01, 2010

ABS Nautical Systems, provider of integrated fleet management software, announced the release of 5.5, an upgraded version of the NS5 suite of fleet management software modules.

U.S. Seeks Foreign Help for Spill Cleanup Vessels

Jun 01, 2010

According to a June 1 report from the AFP, the U.S. Coast Guard said the government lacks key equipment it needs to battle the growing oil spill in the Gulf of

Danaos Corp Adds Another Newbuild to its Fleet

Jun 01, 2010

Danaos Corporation (NYSE: DAC) announced that on May 27, 2010 it took delivery of one more newly built containership, the Hanjin Buenos Aires, expanding its operational

Bids Submitted for Panama Canal Dredging

Jun 01, 2010

Six companies submitted bids June 1 to dredge an area of the Panama Canal’s manmade body of water, Gatun Lake. The ACP will now analyze the technical and financial

This Day in Naval History – June 2

Jun 01, 2010

1941 - First aircraft escort vessel, USS Long Island (ACG-1), commissioned, then reclassified as an auxiliary aircraft carrier (AVC-1) on 20 August and finally

Pirates Disrupted by EU NAVFOR, Seychelles

Jun 01, 2010

On Saturday evening, 29 of May, the Seychelles Coast Guard disrupted a Pirate Action Group, including a mother ship with nine suspected pirates on board and two fast attack skiffs,

Japan Shipbuilder Sees Increase in Demand

Jun 01, 2010

According to a May 31 report from Bloomberg, Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Japan's largest shipbuilder, will boost production this fiscal year as Chinese imports of commodities spurs demand for vessels.

Wärtsilä Supplies Chinese Semi-Submersible

Jun 01, 2010

Wärtsilä has signed a contract to deliver a ship power system for a 38,000 tonnage semi-submersible heavy-lift vessel for Chinese customer Zhejiang Share-ever Business Co.

Iran Orders Six LNG Tankers from China

Jun 01, 2010

According to a May 30 report from www.PressTV.ir, Iran has ordered six tankers worth $1.2b from China for exporting the liquefied natural gas (LNG) it produces in the country's gas fields.

AIDA Christens 9th Ship

Jun 01, 2010

AIDA Cruises christened its ninth ship on 12 May 2012, marking the 823rd anniversary of the Port of Hamburg. The new vessel was christened on the Elbe in the Port of Hamburg.

LNG a Key to Cleaner Shipping

Jun 01, 2010

DNV has carried out a study of 59 ship segments representing the major ship types and sizes of international shipping, identifying 25 different measures that can contribute to reduced emissions.

New Data Service, Baron QuikLink

Jun 01, 2010

Baron Services announced the availability of Baron QuikLink, a subscription-based global weather data service. Supplying graphical weather information in small,

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