U.S. Coast Guard admiral to serve on governing council
The U.S. will become the 20th nation to join the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and
The U.S. Coast Guard and California Department of Fish and Wildlife personnel continue to respond to a fuel spill that occurred near Pier 45 at Fishman's Wharf in the San Francisco Bay Saturday.
Maritime Reporter & Engineering News was founded by John J. O'Malley (1905-1980) in 1939, and today ranks as the world's largest audited trade publication in the world serving the maritime industry,
M/V Paul R. Tregurtha freed by The Great Lakes Towing Company after laker ran aground in Duluth
M/V Paul R. Tregurtha was refloated by The Great Lakes Towing
Rescue volunteers from across nine European nations are to participate next week in the third, seven day Lifeboat Crew Exchange Program organized by the IMRF.
Bandar Abbas, home of Iran's navy and the main port in the strategically important Strait of Hormuz, is currently hosting two Chinese naval vessels on a five-day goodwill visit,
Liquefied Natural Gas Limited announces that its 100% subsidiary, Magnolia LNG achieved two significant milestones this past week in progressing its pending
A Coast Guard crew from Station Saginaw River, Michigan recently rescued a juvenile bald eagle from the Saginaw River.
The eagle was reported to watchstanders
The Coast Guard rescued three individuals from the water in Tomales Bay, Sunday morning.
At approximately 8:30 a.m., Coast Guard Sector San Francisco Command
IMO Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has officially established the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response and has instructed the advance teams for
Coast Guard crews and other agencies are searching for a missing diver after he never resurfaced one mile east of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Saturday.
Missing is Marc Raroha,
The Dutch company Falck Risc is becoming the number one expert on LNG safety in Europe. Together with the Unified Fire Department, Falck Risc will draw up guidelines
Key areas of concern for seafarer safety and security in both marine and offshore operations have triggered the release of six new and one supplementary titles
U.S. oil major Exxon Mobil said on Friday the U.S. Treasury Department granted it a license to wind down operations on a drilling well in the Kara Sea in the Russian Arctic.
Talk of OPEC cuts, lower Libyan output support prices; Dollar index highest in more than four years. Middle East tensions remain a big focus.
Brent crude oil
ExxonMobil is still drilling in the Russian Arctic, a Russian minister said on Friday, in move that if confirmed will anger Washington after the U.S. administration
Three tugs of Fairmount Marine have towed the brand new FPSO Petrojarl Knarr from South Korea to Norway in just 61 days. Petrojarl Knarr, one of world’s largest
Transas Marine Pacific has successfully completed the upgrade of a simulator complex for Western Shipping Pte. Ltd. training center.
The simulator class was
The crew of Coast Guard Cutter Fir, a 225-foot buoy tender homeported in Astoria, Oregon, participated in a Spilled Oil Response System exercise near Blake Island, Washington, Wednesday.
The Critical Design Review (CDR) stage for AN/SPY-1 radar Solid-State Switch Assembly (SSSA)'s high voltage modulator completed Aug. 26, confirming that the