Oil Inlet

  • On June 24,1994 the USCG published a notice to inform the public that the alternative voluntary advisory group for Cook Inlet, Alaska has been recertified (59 FR 32745).

    This certification was effective June 1,1994 and terminates May 31,1995.

    Certification allows the advisory group to monitor activities of oil tankers and facilities. The voluntary advisory group represents the communities and interests near the oil terminal facilities in the Cook Inlet.

    On April 19, 1994, the USCG announced the availability of its application for recertification that it received from the Cook Inlet Regional Citizen's Advisory Council (CIRCAC) and requested comments (59 FR 18592). No dissenting comments were received. The application from CIRCAC was evaluated in accordance with the policy statement published on July 7, 1993 (59 FR 36505).

    By letter dated June 1, 1994, the Chief, Office of Marine Safety, Security and Environmental Protection certified that CIRCAC qualifies as an alternative voluntary advisory group.

  • —Literature Available A compact, single-stage centrifugal boiler feed pump, with pump capacities to 400 gpm and total head to 406 psig, is now available from FMC Coffin® Turbo Pump Division, FMC Corporation. Overall dimensions, length-width-height, are just 32 inches by 23 inches by 32 inches.

  • A recent meeting of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers was held, as usual, aboard the early 20th-century passenger ship Princess Louise I. The technical session featured Dr. Maxwell C. Cheung, president of MCA Engineers, Inc. of Newport Beach

  • Region recently held a reception at the Whitehall Club's Hudson River Suite in New York City. Invitations were extended to the U.S. Coast Guard, local oil company representatives, pollution response companies, environmental groups as well as federal, state and local officials from New York and New

  • allowing competitive turbine machinery manufacturers to supply turbines. Following this thinking, there is also the advantage of allowing boiler manufacturers to frame size their boilers more readily. Frame Considerations Based on the size and speed of present ships and ships of the immediate

  • repair. Bearings are journal type throughout and can be either 3-lobe or tilting pad, depending on the application. Gearing is AGMA Class 12 or better. Oil is provided by a shaft-driven main oil pump with an electric prelube pump. The shaftdriven lube pump runs at bull gear speed, providing continuous

  • strainer with fine mesh stainless screen, the Par-Max motor is thermally protective and fully-compliant with USCG electrical regulations. The company's Oil Change System is designed for changing onboard oil in an easy and safe manner. Consisting of a reversing impeller pump with a multi-valve manifold

  • .  The Ice Navigation course is relative new with the first class presented in November 2014.  The initial class included members working in the offshore oil and gas industry, a member of the Alaska Marine Pilot’s Association and members of the Alaskan fisheries.  Although the course of instruction is designed

  • As the oil industry awaits a much-needed rebound, Foss Maritime’s robust presence in the Arctic region underscores its commitment to the region, the environment, and a business plan that looks ahead to the next chapter.   Reports of the death of commercial Arctic activities have been greatly exaggerated.

  • A highly sensitive pressure reducing regulator from Circle Seal, called the PVR Series, is said by the manufacturer to be ideal for corrosive or ultra pure fluids. Its design, featuring a large diaphragm and small seat, provides performance equal to constant bleed type regulators. Made with a rigid

  • fluid viscosity capacities, pulsation-free operation, and high reliability over extended periods, they are used in a broad range of industries for fuel oil/fluid transfer, lube oil service, hydraulic power, hydraulic sealing, and turbine governor use. For free literature giving further information

  • remarkable convenience, and maintenance time savings," Mr. Wathen said. Other GLT-260 features include: Terry's proven cantilevered, solidwheel design; oil-free lubricating system; innovative governor valve, and tight shut-off trip valve; component standardization; steel casing, and stainless steel

  • MR Nov-19#83  cost-saving advan- ous offshore oil installations.  All equip-
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    .S. Navy, NOAA, and vari- MacGregor, part of Cargotec, com- pleted the construction of FibreTrac, the the most signi? cant cost-saving advan- ous offshore oil installations. All equip- ? rst ? ber-rope offshore crane to enter the tages seen in decades. FibreTrac is able ment is manufactured in the U.S

  • MR Nov-19#81  sponsor, 
The very large crude oil carrier (VLCC) 
The submarine)
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    former Second Lady of Scrubber Delivered tric Boat. More than 10,000 shipbuilders from the United States and the ship’s sponsor, The very large crude oil carrier (VLCC) The submarine is the second ship to be Newport News and Electric Boat have during a ceremony in October 2018. Tanzawa, the ? rst

  • MR Nov-19#80  Nigeria’s coastal and offshore oil  of Homeland’s clients)
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    nm in and ity and cost effectiveness to the bene? t pair of FCS 3307 high-spec include Damen’s trademark Axe Bow around Nigeria’s coastal and offshore oil of Homeland’s clients. The decks allow patrol vessels to be operated hull form that is designed to deliver ex- ? elds. The security packages installed

  • MR Nov-19#79 , 35 knot vessel fea-
Fuel Oil  4914 gallons / 18 600)
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    14 ft./4.25 m sel built for the operator by Richardson Devine Construction Marine grade aluminium Marine. The 500-passenger, 35 knot vessel fea- Fuel Oil 4914 gallons / 18 600 liters tures the operator’s trademark parallel boarding Fuel Oil (Day tanks) 1057 gallons / 4 000 liters system, whereby ?

  • MR Nov-19#78  Sovcom?  ot to transport crude 
oil for the Novy Port project)
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    Laza- rev, a prominent Russian admiral and explorer known for his discovery of Antarctica. The tanker was ordered by Sovcom? ot to transport crude oil for the Novy Port project, under a long-term agreement between Sovcom? ot and Gazprom Neft. The ceremony was attended by Oleg Melnikov, Vice-Gov- ernor

  • MR Nov-19#75  gas. Consisting 
ADL 40 engine oil for Color Hybrid, Color)
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    Plug-In Hybrid for CEMS applications where condensed wa- ExxonMobil is supplying Mobilgard ter is not present in the ? ue gas. Consisting ADL 40 engine oil for Color Hybrid, Color of a stack-mounted probe and separate con- Line’s latest addition to its ? eet of ferries. trol unit, 4650-PM’s forward scattering

  • MR Nov-19#72  were lower 
low sulfur fuel oil (LSFO), but this will )
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    are switching to more expensive than HSFO, the poten- levels of re? ning required for LSFO and While the car’s emissions were lower low sulfur fuel oil (LSFO), but this will tial savings (i.e. savings gained from other distillates (such an upgrade would in GHGs, once the full production pro- mean

  • MR Nov-19#71  company that is 
part of an oil company, our pri-
mary)
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    S SHIPMANAGEMENT FLAG “As a shipping company that is part of an oil company, our pri- mary role is managing marine risk, our secondary role is trans- porting oil.” Steve Herron, GM of Fleet Operations, Chevron Shipping Photo: Chevron and develop. A certain trust has devel- tal regulations adopted by the

  • MR Nov-19#70   The business of transporting oil for  national Maritime)
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    ron Shipping. shaping global regulations at the Inter- Cand more, shipowners are de- ping companies make decisions that lead The business of transporting oil for national Maritime Organization (IMO), manding high levels of standards from to long-term success. Low taxes and low Chevron is not motivated

  • MR Nov-19#68  is a growing  dustry is a well-oiled machine, and it is  an)
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    in- that her organization grows in step with installed, it an issue that everyone is fo- ber of early adopters, there is a growing dustry is a well-oiled machine, and it is an ever-changing industry. “I love being cused on.” reference list, particularly coming out also very adaptable. So if there

  • MR Nov-19#62  the  ‘Swiss army knife’ for the oil industry  The slip joint)
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    lift vessel (launched as a kind of positioning. leading the ELICAN consortium which ening, as well as modi? cations to the ‘Swiss army knife’ for the oil industry The slip joint connection was designed has designed and installed a 5MW pro- tank arrangement to enhance the proba- during its boom in 2013)

  • MR Nov-19#46  in key strategic areas, such as oil  The Coast Guard’s icebreaking)
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    every Arctic Urgent requirement provider and operator of the U.S. polar ral resources there,” said Coast Guard nation in key strategic areas, such as oil The Coast Guard’s icebreaking ? eet capable ? eet but currently does not have Vice Commandant Adm. Robert Ray, and gas development, ports, railways

  • MR Nov-19#45  land  in extracting minerals, oil and gas.  Sea- “As the)
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    , and the military, as well as interest icebreaker. communications, and comprehensive eight countries that have territorial land in extracting minerals, oil and gas. Sea- “As the region continues to open and Maritime Domain Awareness. In order to or seas above the Arctic Circle or in the food is a multi-billi

  • MR Nov-19#37  to another level. 
transfer oil across the interface between)
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    , you have to circulate heat It’s kind of like Subchapter M. Early on we identi? ed was a lot of potential to take those to another level. transfer oil across the interface between the barge and our gaps and started to address them to make an easier the tug. I worked with a naval architect to help

  • MR Nov-19#36  I was the Damage Control As-
oil storage depot in New York)
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    started in the energy industry at 16 working at an The company that I was running was bought by Hous- When I left the vessel I was the Damage Control As- oil storage depot in New York Harbor, working there ton Marine Services, so we moved from the Port Ar- sistant, which was normally an engineering function

  • MR Nov-19#32  dayrates. The marketed 
older oil service vessels in the)
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    Financiers also note the overhang of commodations with its lenders. Its daily region for jack-ups again.” utilization and dayrates. The marketed older oil service vessels in the market- business will continue while discussions Privately held Edison Chouest, ac- utilization for both jackups and ? oaters

  • MR Nov-19#30 . 
he fate of Offshore Service  oil, slightly higher (with)
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    WORKBOATS THE OSV MARKET CAROLYN CHOUEST: Edison Chouest vessel working Paci? c waters. he fate of Offshore Service oil, slightly higher (with temporary (but slight) jit- for an uptick in 2020 and 2021 with Photos: Iain Cameron Vessels (OSVs) is, natural- nearby at around $60/ ters as an Iranian

  • MR Nov-19#29  
 
is Up?
The environment in oil patches onshore 
and offshore)
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    WORKBOATS THE OSV MARKET OSV Market Which way is Up? The environment in oil patches onshore and offshore alike has been challenging throughout 2019; worries about an eco- nomic slowdown – whether cyclical or in- duced by a trade war – have weighed heav- ily on oil prices, even in the face of reduced

  • MR Nov-19#26  interest at Bra- name from Statoil to Equinor last year. )
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    change of the company´s Margareth. Equinor is working system- constant offshore winds present off the IOCs have looked with interest at Bra- name from Statoil to Equinor last year. atically in bettering its energy ef? ciency, coasts of north and northeast Brazil will zil’s clean energy market in search

  • MR Nov-19#15  and/or drafting/
the Louisiana Oil?  eld Anti-Indemnity  tion)
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    such agreements are ties can work around the package limita- in the candy bowl meant the venue had in contract negotiation and/or drafting/ the Louisiana Oil? eld Anti-Indemnity tion either by (a) de? ning a package and not read the contract, and there would be reviewing the same can and often does Act

  • MN Nov-19#95  Clarke holds  ocean pollution – oil leaked from con-
2019,)
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    growing shipbuilding and work in eliminating a major cause of On Thursday October 17, ship repair operations. Clarke holds ocean pollution – oil leaked from con- 2019, Congressman Elijah E. a Bachelor of Arts degree in econom- ventional oil lubricated tailshafts – has Cummings (MD-07) passed

  • MN Nov-19#28  if the organization transports oil, con-
complete. The additional)
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    and procedure development, and L DEGAL EFENSE training can take anywhere from a few weeks to months to It doesn’t matter if the organization transports oil, con- complete. The additional costs associated with developing tainers, dry bulk, or even passengers; waterborne com- November 2019 28 MN MN Nov19

  • MN Nov-19#24 COLUMN OP/ED
tives to meet key oil spill response re- The)
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    COLUMN OP/ED tives to meet key oil spill response re- The Network is an Alaska-based nationally-important and ecological- quirements in Alaska and the Arctic. non-pro? t organization funded by ly-sensitive area, and stakeholders’ While ? exibility is normally an asset the maritime industry, and we

  • MN Nov-19#22  years ago, Congress passed the Oil Pollution Act  For example)
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    Lower 48 – fail to tion within the maritime industry. provide adequate standards for this last maritime frontier. Almost 30 years ago, Congress passed the Oil Pollution Act For example, OPA 90 has been interpreted by the Coast of 1990 (OPA 90), a signi? cant milestone in regulating oil Guard to allow vessel