Sunday, October 07, 2012 Maritime News

Japanese Hydrographer Wins UK Award

Oct 07, 2012

Dr Hideo Nishida of the Japan Hydrographic Association wins the UKHO’s annual Alexander Dalrymple Award for his outstanding contribution to hydrography. Dr Nishida

Groundbreaking DC Bus System in New Ship

Oct 07, 2012

One of the first ships in the world to use a DC bus system for the main electrical installation recently entered service – the 'Abis Dover'. Built by ShipKits

Port of Houston Maritime Education Program Acclaimed

Oct 07, 2012

The Port of Houston Authority has been inducted into the Houston Independent School District Partnership 'Hall of Fame'. Gilda Ramirez, the port's Vice President,

Quadrise Share Offer to Fund Fuel Production Program

Oct 07, 2012

Quadrise Fuels International PLC, emerging supplier of MSAR®, a low cost alternative to heavy fuel oil,  place ordinary shares on market. Application has been made for the 50,

Thai LPG Tankship Fire Extinguished

Oct 07, 2012

Fire on an LPG tanker anchored off the Phuket deep-sea port off Muang District Sunday caused about US$647,000 damage before it was put out. The fire broke out

Newport News Sets Heaviest Module Yet Aboard Aircraft Carrier

Oct 07, 2012

Huntington Ingalls Industries' Newport News Shipbuilding places a record 1,026-metric ton unit —aboard aircraft carrier 'Gerald R. Ford' (CVN 78). The modular unit,

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