According to a report from the St. Petersburg Times, A 575-ft ship filled with fertilizer was stuck all day Jan. 3 in Hillsborough Bay was freed early the next day and made its way to the Port of Tampa.
(Source: St. Petersburg Times)
Cheaper production and material costs as well as weaker demand has driven the price of new container equipment down to record lows and is forecast to fall further during 2016,
“While replenishments-at-sea are routine, astern refueling is unique and requires precise navigation and coordination,” said Lt. Cmdr. Jason Ileto, fleet replenishment scheduler for Commander,
Today’s U.S. oil and gas Lease Sale 248 garnered $18,067,020 in high bids for 24 tracts covering 138,240 acres in the Western Gulf of Mexico Planning Area, announced