Thursday, April 24, 2014 Maritime News

SCUBA Divers Help Researchers Monitor Sharks

Apr 24, 2014

Recreational dive guides can help researchers to keep track of changes in shark populations, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Western

Intermoor Expands Asia-Pacific Facilities

Apr 24, 2014

InterMoor (an Acteon company), apprises it has enhanced its customer support substantially by adding to its stock of mooring equipment in Asia Pacific with the

Australian Warship Bags Record Heroin Haul

Apr 24, 2014

On the eve of Anzac Day commemorations, Royal Australian Navy (RAN) frigate 'HMAS Darwin' seized and destroyed more than one tonne of heroin. The record 1032

Bayport Dredging a Step Closer; Barbours Cut Pending

Apr 24, 2014

  The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has furnished the Port Authority its draft permit for the Bayport Channel Improvement project, Executive Director Roger Guenther

At Hamburg port E-mobility Project, BESIC enters crucial phase

Apr 24, 2014

  Ten battery-operated heavy goods vehicles now transport containers between ships and the yard at the highly automated handling facility in the HHLA Container Terminal Altenwerder (CTA).

Life Rafts Not Functioning On Sunk Ferry's Sister Ship

Apr 24, 2014

  South Korean investigators said on Friday that life rafts and escape chutes on a sister ship to a sunken ferry were not working properly. The Sewol ferry, weighing almost 7,

Historic Schooner Adventuress to Offer Tours at the Port of Everett

Apr 24, 2014

  Historic Schooner AdventuressEverett, Wash. - National Historic  Landmark, the schooner Adventuress, will make its annual sail to visit the Port of Everett Marina April 26 - 29.

ExxonMobil Donates $13.4 Million to 'United Way of Greater Houston'

Apr 24, 2014

 ExxonMobil employees and retirees raised a record $13.41 million for the United Way of Greater Houston during its 2013 community campaign, which was the largest

US Closer to Imposing More Sanctions on Russia

Apr 24, 2014

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry suggested on Thursday that the United States is drawing closer to imposing more sanctions on Russia by saying time was running

Protestors Cause 70% Drop In Output From Peru Oil Block

Apr 24, 2014

  Argentine energy company Pluspetrol said output from Peru's biggest oil block has fallen 70 percent since indigenous protesters occupied its facilities there

Coast Guard groundbreaking ceremony recogizes new support facility

Apr 24, 2014

  Representatives from the 14th Coast Guard District, Coast Guard Base Honolulu and Mortenson Federal Contracting Group participated in a groundbreaking ceremony

Bahamas - A Key Source For U.S. Gasoline

Apr 24, 2014

  A massive oil storage facility in the Bahamas may offer nimble gasoline traders a new way to profit by shipping fuel in foreign ships from the oversupplied U.

Gasoline Prices Up In Iran on Subsidies Cut

Apr 24, 2014

  Gasoline prices in Iran leapt by up to 75 percent at midnight on Thursday, as state subsidies were cut, a risky move that President Hassan Rouhani hopes will

Port Launches Emergency Landing Craft

Apr 24, 2014

Port of Long Beach officials welcomed a new addition to their small fleet of boats this week with the delivery of a refurbished and retrofitted landing craft that

Reps. Byrne and Palazzo Visit Ingalls Shipbuilding

Apr 24, 2014

Reps. Bradley Byrne, R-Ala., and Steven Palazzo, R-Miss., visited Huntington Ingalls Industries' (HII) Ingalls Shipbuilding division Wednesday. The congressmen,

Maguire Joins W.S. Darley Directors Board

Apr 24, 2014

W.S. Darley & Co. announced the addition of Vice Admiral Joe Maguire to the Board of Directors. Maguire was a career Naval Special Warfare Officer (SEAL) and

Pemex Chief Touts Mexico's Energy Reform in Washington

Apr 24, 2014

While energy reforms have opened the door for Mexico's state-run energy company to expand overseas, its focus for now will be on developing its "low-hanging fruit," the head of Pemex said on Thursday.

19th Century Shipwreck Found off Golden Gate Bridge

Apr 24, 2014

NOAA announced it has found the underwater wreck of the passenger steamer City of Chester, which sank in 1888 in a collision in dense fog near where the Golden Gate Bridge stands today.

MATE Debuts Black Velvet Bimini Top

Apr 24, 2014

Withstands winds up to 33 knots, offers unique UV protection MATE USA has introduced the Black Velvet bimini top, designed to withstand wind speeds up to 33 knots.

New Victor Technologies Training Site

Apr 24, 2014

Victor Technologies training site provides access to full range of training resources without login Victor Technologies has launched a new training site that

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