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  • The International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation, headquartered in the United Kingdom, has been asked to undertake a study for the U.S. Navy to identify resources for combating oil spills in certain high-risk areas in Europe, it was announced recently by John Archer, managing director of the Federation. The study will assess the risk potential of different sizes of oil spills, and comment on the adequacy of existing Navy clean-up resources.

    A total of 26 locations will be surveyed in eight countries: France, Greece, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Turkey and the United Kingdom. A preliminary study has been carried out for one U.S. Navy Activity Area in Naples, Italy and for one NATO Fuel Terminal Area in El Ferrol, Spain. Other highrisk locations to be included in the study will be U.S. Navy Discharge Ports and U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve Loading Ports.

    "Taking U.S. Navy oil spill statistics, the function of the location, and the types and qualities of oil handled," commented Mr. Archer, "we will study the risk factors and determine what clean-up resources are required."

  • have received an order to build a specialized vessel costing approximately $8,750,000 to carry spent nuclear fuel from Japan to France and the United Kingdom. The ship has been ordered by Pacific Nuclear Transport, a subsidiary of British Nuclear Fuels Limited. Believed to be the world's first purpose-b

  • by the end of 1976. The tankers operating under the Liberian flag maintained their world leadership with 112.9 million dwt, followed by Japan, United Kingdom, Norway and Greece. Among the leading nations, the United States-flag tanker fleet was in the eighth position. With the exception of United Kingdom

  • representing over 1,200 firms, have reserved stands at Europort '83. There will be six national stands—Denmark, East Germany, Finland, Japan, the United Kingdom and West Germany—among the participants. The exhibits this year will cover a wide range of products and services including: shipbuilding; fitting-

  • of the Institution of Mechanical Engineering. He brings to his new position more than a dozen years' experience with Volvo Penta in the United Kingdom and Sweden. For three years while headquartered in Sweden, he served as marine engine sales manager for North America and Europe. Immediately prior

  • , on new and existing tankers. Until joining Airfilco Engineering, Inc., Mr. Riley was technical director of Airfilco Marine Systems, Ltd. in the United Kingdom, with responsibility for the Marine Division of Airfilco for the supply of the inert gas systems and packaged generators. Since 1972, he has

  • Skagit Corporation of Sedro-Woolley, Wash., and Rigging International Offshore Limited of the United Kingdom, have entered into a dealership agreement on Skagit's standard line of marine and construction hoists, according to a joint announcement by Ralph A. Clack, president of Skagit Corporation

  • operations of Racal Survey, Inc. in Houston and Racal-Decca Canada Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario. Mr. Day joined Racal Electronics in the United Kingdom in 1964 as a test engineer, following six years of service with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers of the British Army. He was subsequent

  • Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company. The Liberian-flag tanker fleet continued its world leadership in total deadweight tonnage, followed by Japan, United Kingdom, Norway, Greece and France. The United States-flag registered tankship fleet was eighth among the leading nations. Despite the depressed tanker ma

  • Lakes, Canada) or country in the cases of Europe (Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom), Middle East (Israel, Saudi Arabia) and Pacific/Far East (Australia, Japan). A service center is also located in the British Crown Colony

  • gives JOPCO the rights to manufacture and market Paceco Revolving Cranes in Southeast Asia. Paceco maintains its International Office for the United Kingdom and Europe in London, and its Headquarters Office is located in Alameda, Calif

  • British underwriters concerned. He brings with him considerable varied experience, primarily in the transportation field, acquired both in the United Kingdom and the United States. Brokerage & Management's principal activities involve the operation of a fleet of tankers, bulk carriers, and combination

  • MN Jun-19#25  OXE in the North 
East United States. Cascade Engine)
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    of the OXE Diesel outboard engine for the Gulf of Mexico and Mexican states. Mack Boring & Parts Co. Som- erset, NJ represents OXE in the North East United States. Cascade Engine Center, LLC; Seattle Wash. represents OXE in the Paci? c Northwest. The OXE outboard weighs 700 pounds and will sell from

  • MN Jun-19#24  was recently approved by the United States  it horizontally)
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    plant, the GM EURO 5 compliant engine. In marinizing this engine, mounting Developed, Compliant – and on the Market The OXE was recently approved by the United States it horizontally and taking on the design plus manufactur- Environmental Protection Agency as the ? rst and only Tier ing of a gearbox and

  • MN Jun-19#22   emergency towage. The United Kingdom, for example, 
losses)
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    pay assets, such as diving, emergency lightering, heavy lift and for itself. As noted in the 1994 assessment, the ? nancial emergency towage. The United Kingdom, for example, losses are only covered, if at all, by including the equip- publicly funds dedicated salvage tugs. ment in an overall suite of

  • MN Jun-19#20  Marine Salvage Posture of the United 
cil’s Committee on the)
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    a reassessment of the U.S. marine salvage posture? By Jim Elliott In 1982, the National Research Coun- Reassessment of the Marine Salvage Posture of the United cil’s Committee on the National Sal- States,” found “that the traditional salvage company, with vage Posture prepared a study entitled, dedicated

  • MN Jun-19#6  service.
One such builder is United States Marine, Inc. (USMI))
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    demonstrated the ability to com- pete (globally) in this sector; across the broad spectrum of price, quality, and after market service. One such builder is United States Marine, Inc. (USMI), a ? rm which this year celebrates 35 years of continuous service. Along the way, they’ve delivered more than 750 craft

  • MR Jun-19#60  : 757-341-4610
Skills: 23502 United States 6353 Center Drive)
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    civmar@sealiftcommand.com Category: Vessel Operations 6353 Center Drive, Building #8, Suite 202 Norfolk, VA, Work Phone : 757-341-4610 Skills: 23502 United States 6353 Center Drive, Building #8, Suite 202 Norfolk, VA, New York Cruise Lines (NYCL) is the preeminent marine- Description: 23502 United States based

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Plymouth, Devon PL6 6DE United Kingdom , UK , 
TANK MEASURING)
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    , www.watercannon.com Manahawkin, NJ 29501, USA , tel:(609) 978-3523, 8823 Ext. 119, chris.peitchinis@tube-mac.com contact: Plymouth, Devon PL6 6DE United Kingdom , UK , TANK MEASURING SYSTEMS fax:(609) 978-4959, BJDME@marinewinch.com Chris Peitchinis, www.tube-mac.com tel:+44 (0) 1752 723330, sales@silicon

  • MR Jun-19#52  the Water-Go-Round proj- United Kingdom or the HYBRIDskip)
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    the HYSEAS III project in the One important distinction when dis- reactions take place within the process. the context of the Water-Go-Round proj- United Kingdom or the HYBRIDskip cussing the emissions reduction poten- Electrolysis is considered “green” when ect, Dr. Pratt points out that “the main project

  • MR Jun-19#50  hydrogen fuel cell vessels”.
United States and Japan have)
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    ers including the European Union, the in September of this year, GGZM is on power) shaft motors with a 100 kilowatt for hydrogen fuel cell vessels”. United States and Japan have initiated track to become the ? rst commercial hy- hour battery to provide speeds up to 22 Once the Water-Go-Round project

  • MR Jun-19#40  top 
container ports in the United States. Port Houston,)
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    said, “Due to continued strong growth in loaded containerized cargo, Port Houston has surged higher in the rankings of the top container ports in the United States. Port Houston, which has been expanding rapidly in recent years, has climbed to become the ? fth largest container port in the U.S., accord- ing

  • MR Jun-19#28  aren’t being inspected.
in the United States. Products analyzed)
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    the manufacture and supply of tugboats and towboats is plastic resins. U.S. petrochemical investment has of these hulls aren’t being inspected. in the United States. Products analyzed include harbor/ largely focused on agricultural chemicals, methanol, In comparison to last year, which was the ? rst year

  • MR Jun-19#26  or older which will have dif-
United States. The money is slated)
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    to clean up diesel emissions in the for operators to get green cheaply, and a terri? c way to 900 vessels are 15 years or older which will have dif- United States. The money is slated for projects with keep our shipyards humming along. ? culty ? nding work and could be retired. But there are real factors

  • MR Jun-19#19   xed- capacity of 16.3 GW. The United King-
lines. turbine connected)
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    global ment and reducing deployment time- tion of the ? rst ? oating offshore wind Deep water, though, prevents ? xed- capacity of 16.3 GW. The United King- lines. turbine connected to the grid. This was bottom turbines. Hence the research into dom is the largest offshore wind market Gary Norton

  • MR Jun-19#17  is not an impediment to the  United States. (Deepwater Wind)
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    commercial offshore wind farm in the be addressed in the next issue of Mari- (See for example in Maryland: https:// Jones Act is not an impediment to the United States. (Deepwater Wind has time Reporter & Engineering News). energy.maryland.gov/Pages/Info/renew- construction and operation of OSW subsequently

  • MR Jun-19#16  Maritime Interests
ow that the United States  est auction. Prices)
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    energy for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Favorable Winds for Maritime Offshore Wind Off the Atlantic Could Be Good for Maritime Interests ow that the United States est auction. Prices for the wind have de- Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) proj- could affect the hearing of these species ? nally can envision

  • MR Jun-19#14  servicing and manage-
The United States Coast Guard has)
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    , corpo- than you realize. and resources to help you educate your rate and specialty insurance segments 5. Passenger servicing and manage- The United States Coast Guard has crews and shore-side support staff. This and has developed a new underwriting ment systems very good guidance on how to start

  • MR Jun-19#13  US Coast Guard, have ad- United Kingdom, have adopted similar)
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    , Singapore, Spain, and the tively, the ship could be required to an- a quarantine order has been served may cluding the US Coast Guard, have ad- United Kingdom, have adopted similar chor out for an extended period awaiting not be required to undergo medical treat- opted measures intended to reduce the

  • MR Jun-19#12  port bound for the United States  illnesses prior)
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    a voyages are required to report deaths or bleeding, jaundice, or severe persistent The ship may be detained until sat- foreign port bound for the United States illnesses prior to arrival. Operators are cough accompanied by bloody sputum, isfactory sanitary measures have been to obtain a bill of

  • MR Jun-19#10  before symp- occurrence in the United States and 
toms appear)
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    or on infected surfaces. Individuals are world village. Ebola, with its isolated infectious from four days before symp- occurrence in the United States and toms appear until four days after the Western Europe, provoked fresh reac- patient is symptom-free. Symptoms in- tions. Other illnesses

  • MR Jun-19#6 .com
be made, nonetheless.
United Kingdom
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    about decisions driving the coming generation, but decisions are to to come. Tel: +44 1622 297123 brenda@offshore-engineer.com be made, nonetheless. United Kingdom This goes for the marine b2b publishing sector, and when I look back at the way Paul Barrett Hallmark House, 25 Downham Road, Ramsden things

  • MT Jun-19#45 Image Courtesy Yaskawa’s The Switch
China challenge: 
The)
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    Image Courtesy Yaskawa’s The Switch China challenge: The Switch presence in China includes this site in Luan. based wind turbines. The hope is to also for wind. A factory in Lu’an makes con- Parpala says, “Generally speaking, it get them buying drives for wind-service verter components. Beijing and

  • MT Jun-19#40  is well-placed to hy-
With the United States and China 
bridize)
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    Of shore Wind One-stop power conversion askawa’s The Switch is well-placed to hy- With the United States and China bridize vessels or help convert power from wind turbines. In the U.S., they’ve quietly about to start their respective off- built up a $500 million business in low- voltage and medium-volta

  • MT Apr-19#21  for a bridge project 
in the United States. The project was)
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    was hired to design and build the new Gov- ernor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, one of the largest single design-build contracts for a bridge project in the United States. The project was started in January of 2013 and, after a phased opening that started in 2017, the ? nal south traveling lanes were opened

  • MT Apr-19#11  licenses when a speci?  c 
United States. A re-export of)
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    export regulations extend beyond the initial export out of the ments and obtaining any required licenses when a speci? c United States. A re-export of a U.S.-origin item from one for- writing has been obtained ? rst by the U.S. seller from the for- eign destination to another, including use aboard a