maritime

Targeting Greek Shipping's $16B Budget

Around the world, people involved with shipping are booking flights to Greece and preparing to do business at the Posidonia 2002 International Shipping Exhibition, held on the Piraeus waterfront from June 4-7. 2002. With the Greek market worth a conservative $16 billion per annum,

 

Meeting the Ballast Water Challenge

Increasingly, environmental demands from governments and groups - large and small - will continue to shape the way in which the marine business is conducted. Pressure on ship and boat owners to keep the waters in which they work as pristine as possible has been building for years,

Change Of Shareholding At A & P Appledore International

A & P Appledore International Ltd., the marine industry's services group, has been acquired by A & P Appledore (Holdings) Ltd., a company formed by the senior employees of the company. The shares in A & P Appledore International Ltd. were in the

NASSCO Delivers S/S Coronado— First Of Three For Margate Shipping

On December 28, 1973, National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO) of San Diego, Calif., delivered the S/S Coronado, a 38,300-dwt tanker to Margate Shipping Company of Philadelphia, Pa. The S/S Coronado, the first of three NASSCO- designed

Choctaw Asks Title XI For Rig Reconstruction To Cost $86 Million

Choctaw D r i l l i n g Company, Houston, has applied to the Maritime Administration for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing the construction or reconstruction of three drilling vessels. Two of the vessels are expected to be employed initially

Work On Two Tankers At Northwest Marine Will Total Over $7.8 Million

The Maritime Subsidy Board has determined the fair and reasonable price and constructiondifferential subsidy (CDS) rates for the reconstruction of two 89,700-deadweight-ton tankers, the Chestnut Hill and Kittanning, operated by Chestnut Shipping Co.

Stevedoring Companies Cited For Reducing Accidents On Piers

Seventeen stevedoring and marine terminal companies were honored in New York City for safety efforts over the past two years that helped reduce the frequency of accidents among some 11,000 waterfront workers in the bistate Port of New York and New Jersey.

Brunei Develops New Coating System

Bristol-based Brunei Limited has developed radical new coating systems for the marine industry. The aim has been to create the most durable, efficient and environmentally friendly available. To marry the owners' needs for hull-effi- ciency, long docking intervals,

Pouch To Succeed Shields As President Barber Steamship Lines

E.J. Barber, chairman of the board, Barber Steamship Lines, Inc., New York, N.Y., has announced the appointment of Robert H. Pouch as the next president of Barber Steamship Lines, and as a member of the board of directors. Mr. Pouch will succeed William J.

Outlook for Floating Production Systems

Floating production has evolved to a mature technology that opens for development oil and gas reservoirs that would be otherwise impossible or uneconomic to tap. The technology enables production far beyond the depth constraints of fixed platforms, generally considered to be 1,400 ft.

 
 
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