Tuesday, May 22, 2012 Maritime News

Oil Drilling Legal Expert Opens Consultancy, Publishes

May 22, 2012

Drilling contract expert Cary A. Moomjian, Jr.  opens consulting firm, questions Deepwater Horizon contractual indemnities, writes on 'Historical Contract Development and Macondo Indemnities',

CSM Insight Launches Social Media Tracker for Cruise Lines

May 22, 2012

CXM Insight (CXMI) announces Its 'Customer Experience Social Media Tracker for Cruise Lines' media research tool While many research companies aggregate and report social media data,

This Day in Naval History - May 22

May 22, 2012

From the Navy News Service:   1882 - Commodore Shufeldt signs commerce treaty opening Korea to U.S. trade. 1958 - Naval aircraft F4D-1 Sky Ray sets five world speed-to-climb records,

NOAA: New AK Chart Makes Arctic Safer

May 22, 2012

NOAA: New Alaska navigational chart makes increased Arctic shipping safer; Kotzebue Harbor chart replaces measurements last taken in 19th century.   NOAA formally

A Grateful Nation Thanks Maritime Workers

May 22, 2012

Edward Wytkind, president of the Transportation Trades Department, AFL-CIO (TTD) issued this statement to commemorate National Maritime Day:   “As we celebrate

FMC: Power, Enforcement and – Your Risk

May 22, 2012

Don’t Risk an Expensive Run-in with the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission.   For the first time in years, the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (“FMC”) has a full

T/S State of Michigan Visiting Toledo

May 22, 2012

Great Lakes Maritime Academy Training Vessel to Make First-ever Stop in Toledo – May 25. Officials with The Maritime Academy of Toledo and the Great Lakes Maritime Academy in Traverse City,

MarineCFO raises the bar for OMC

May 22, 2012

Offshore Marine Contractors to implement MarineCFO Enterprise Software. MarineCFO Inc., a provider of Marine Software including On-Vessel, Marine Operations,

What’s Next?

May 22, 2012

The maritime industry goes from cycle to cycle, living with and by uncertainty. You could even say that our industry embraces risk. This means that “What’s next?”

Ballast Water Treatment – The Evolution of the Technology Market

May 22, 2012

The development of systems for the onboard treatment of ballast water has been under way since the late 90’s. By water treatment process equipment standards, the market may no longer be embryonic,

Five Minutes with Bill Clifford, President, BAE Systems Ship Repair

May 22, 2012

We recently spent some time with Bill Clifford, President, BAE Systems Ship Repair, to discuss his views How did you come to your current position? Clifford   

Maritime Security & The Useless TWIC

May 22, 2012

Experience has clearly shown that the concept that the issuance of high-tech biometric transportation security cards, called the Transportation Worker Identification Credential or TWIC,

Kriner Joins Resource Power Group

May 22, 2012

Engine sales and service company, Resource Power Group (RPG) has appointed Michael Kriner as the company’s Houston Branch Manager. The focus of the Houston branch

APL: Highest Honor for Marine Enviro Protection

May 22, 2012

Global container carrier APL received the United States’ Coast Guard’s highest award for excellence in marine environmental protection here today. The world’s

Chelsea's Fluorometer Detects Hydrocarbons

May 22, 2012

Chelsea's new Hydrocarbon Sensor delivers higher sensitivities.   The Chelsea UV AquaTracka in-situ fluorometer has long been in industry use for hydrocarbon detection purposes,

New Range of SKF Shaft Grounding Ring Kits

May 22, 2012

The new range of SKF Shaft Ground Ring Kits have been developed as a solution to help prevent bearing failures due to electrical discharge currents, which can occur

APS Stevedoring Starts Portland Auto Terminal

May 22, 2012

APS Stevedoring LLC, an auto and general/breakbulk cargo stevedoring company headquartered in Long Beach, Calif., recently added to its terminal and stevedoring

Videotel Offers DP Course to Meet Industry Demand

May 22, 2012

Videotel Launches New Dynamic Positioning Course.   Dynamic positioning (DP) is essential to an ever increasing number of maritime sectors. Today there are over 1,

IMUA Elects New Slate of Officer & Board Members

May 22, 2012

Underwriters, brokers, claims personnel and key industry suppliers converged on San Diego’s Rancho Bernardo earlier this month for the 82st Annual Meeting of the

Faster Broadband at Sea

May 22, 2012

Broadband for applications at sea is an area that is experiencing rapid growth and one that demands increasingly fast data transfer speeds.   Levels of use are blossoming as communication,


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