Petroleum Transportation

  • David Eggert has been named sales and operations coordinator for Cleveland Tankers, Inc., according to a recent announcement by Robert B. Keifer, Ashland Petroleum Company vice president of marine/ surface transportation and facilities.

    Mr. Eggert's new responsibilities will include marketing petroleum transportation services, vessel scheduling, maintenance and repair, purchasing, and other operational activities. He reports to both Dave Ritchie, vice president of chartering, and Gerry Grammenos, assistant manager of fleet operations.

    Located in Cleveland, Mr. Eggert came to the company with many years of experience in the marine industry.

    Cleveland Tankers operates a fleet of modern petroleum products carriers on the Great Lakes, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ashland Oil, Inc., the parent company of Ashland Petroleum Company.

  • . Boston Fuel Transportation, an affiliate of the Reinauer Transportation Companies, was founded in 1932 and provides shiphandling services, petroleum transportation, as well as general and coastwise towing throughout the Northeast. Commenting on the transaction, Harold A. Reinauer, chairman, said that

  • operating lines of business: Puerto Rico/Caribbean liner services; Latin America liner services; logistics; marine contract solutions; deep sea petroleum transportation; and petroleum transportation, distribution and sales in Alaska. The primary services offered by these six business lines include Shipping

  • The direct action requirement of Alaska state law, which makes petroleum transportation carriers and their insurers liable for any spills, has been a major problem for operators since the early 1980s. Now, however, a bill has been introduced in the Alaska legislature which would permit an exemption

  • executive officer of the newly formed parent company announced recently. Operations consolidated through acquisition include cruise operations, bulk petroleum transportation, travel service entities as well as supply and steamship entities. Signet Corporation will serve as the holding company for three who

  • wake of the Valdez spill. Among other provisions, the bill requires the Coast Guard to develop rules to enforce the requirement t h a t all petroleum transportation companies carry a Certificate of Financial Responsibility (COFR) for each vessel—proof that they can fully cover their liability for a

  • (ex Satoco) and the Ocean 244 (ex Chromalloy I). This purchase is part of Sonat Marine's aggressive program to improve and expand its petroleum transportation service from Gulf Coast refineries into the Florida market. The Ocean 244 is similar in size and capabilities to the company's 250,000-barrel

  • of its oil spill recovery fleet in a christening ceremony at DBRC headquarters in Lewes, Del. The DBRC is a partnership of 15 companies in the petroleum, petroleum transportation and related industries in the Delaware Valley dedicated to the safe transportation of cargoes and the preservation

  • Harley Marine Services’ first ATB is under construction now, following a recent in-house study. “This ATB will allow us to provide better coastal petroleum transportation with faster delivery,” founder and CEO Harley Franco said last month. “It will be reliable in adverse weather. And it will allow us to use

  • market two years ago by purchasing the assets of established Links Marine, launching Westoil Marine Services, a Long Beach bunker and petroleum transportation company with three barges. Millennium Marine was formed earlier this year to manage tug operations. "Entering the L.A. market was a natural

  • in the Black Tom Explosion involving WWI munitions, it’s not surprising that safety is Bouchard’s top priority. “You cannot be profitable in the petroleum transportation industry unless you are safe. As a company we still have one goal: Zero spills, zero injuries and zero damages. Nothing short, period,” says

  • 539 South Main Street Findlay, OH 45840 Phone: 419 422 2121 Website: www.marathonpetroelum.com E-Mail: CustRelations@marathonpetroleum.com Senior Vice President, Transportation & Logistics: George Shaffner The Company: Headquartered in Findlay, Ohio, Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC), together

  • MT Apr-19#58 Products LARS
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    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    Products LARS MacArtney A/S The MacArtney Group is a global sup- instruments to large work class ROV system design features an industry plier of underwater technology systems, systems. MERMAC A LARS solutions unique extra skid joint which allows the products and integrated solutions. can be designed as

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    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 41

    ROV. Meanwhile, Swire Seabed and associates Ocean In? nity are understood to have over a dozen HUGIN AUVs in service, and they ran the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate’s miner- als cruise. HUGINS doing survey work might always take the lead offshore in the preparatory stage of subsea mining. “We are

  • MT May-19#44 Image: SurfWEC
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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 44

    Image: SurfWEC Model basin result for change in wave shape over submerged platform. Steeper wave allows more ef? cient wave energy conversion. commercial side we will approach venture capital sources for the 15:1 model as the ocean waves would be for the full-scale funding, too. Then we have DOE applicati

  • MT May-19#13 tion; and prioritize charting and surveying based on)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 13

    tion; and prioritize charting and surveying based on measured sels engaged in international commerce, it has become the go- traf? c volumes. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management to location for marine casualty investigators and, in the event (BOEM) uses AIS data to support its marine planning needs

  • MT May-19#12 Insignts Government Update
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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 12

    Insignts Government Update They started installing shore-based receivers to monitor AIS the location. By combining AIS data with other information, transmissions from approaching ships, out to a point just such as photos from surveillance aircraft or satellites, correla- beyond the horizon. Those

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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 74

    miles from U.S. coasts, the sulphur content limit remains at the 2015 standard of 0.1 percent. Sulphur and sulphur compounds natu- rally occur in petroleum, and special processing or low-sulphur feedstock is required to produce fuel with low sul- phur content. Due to tight supplies and strong demand

  • MR May-19#61 FERRIES: FERRY SAFETY & SECURITY
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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 61

    FERRIES: FERRY SAFETY & SECURITY John Waterhouse of Elliott Bay Design Group was conference MC and presented on a ferry project that he is involved with for Lake Victoria. Photo Courtesy Alain Haig-Brown prove worldwide ferry safety, especially In recent years Thailand has been trou- will be developed

  • MR May-19#55 WORKBOATS: INSIDE THE U.S. WORKBOAT MARKET
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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 55

    WORKBOATS: INSIDE THE U.S. WORKBOAT MARKET A Foss Tug. giant ADM). Grain major Bunge Corp, through an arrangement with Seacor Holdings Inc. (Seacor), controls a large dry barge ? eet and Marquette Marine (also active in grain trades). “Our inland marine transportation business experienced robust

  • MR May-19#53 WORKBOATS: INSIDE THE U.S. WORKBOAT MARKET
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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 53

    WORKBOATS: INSIDE THE U.S. WORKBOAT MARKET The U.S. towing and tug business is 5,500 boats, more than 31,000 barges with an estimated total impact on U.S. GDP of $33.8 billion (using 2014 data). in the Northeast, recently completed its 8,400 hp Bert Reinauer at its owned yard, Senesco, paired with a

  • MR May-19#52 WORKBOATS: INSIDE THE U.S. WORKBOAT MARKET
A deep dive)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 52

    WORKBOATS: INSIDE THE U.S. WORKBOAT MARKET A deep dive into the trends driving the U.S. Workboat Market. By Barry Parker Workboats he towing and tug business, shows domestic commerce on the water The Major Players and cargo transfers with one of the new with 5,500 boats and more than of 873 million

  • MR May-19#49 MARINE PROPULSION • THOUGHT LEADERSHIP
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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 49

    MARINE PROPULSION • THOUGHT LEADERSHIP a system is still far away of enabling an “autono- mous shipping” if this should mean a vessel “with- out a crew”. For the moment for the deep sea ship- ping this advancement looks to be still far away. Supporting crews to be better able to deal with the complex

  • MR May-19#47 MARINE PROPULSION • THOUGHT LEADERSHIP
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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    MARINE PROPULSION • THOUGHT LEADERSHIP board of a ship. to further reduce the emissions of our X Another focus area is around the digi- Stiefel , WinGD The major area of Series Diesel engines and our X-DF Se- tization n of our engines and preparing Aabo, MAN ES The marine indus- our investments is in

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INSIGHTS: GOVERNMENT UPDATE
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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    I INSIGHTS: GOVERNMENT UPDATE Dennis L. Bryant Dennis Bryant is with Bryant’s Maritime Consulting, and a regular contributor to Maritime Reporter & Engineering News as well as online at MaritimeProfessional.com. dennis.l.bryant@gmail.com AIS Data he Automatic Identi? cation System (AIS) was developed

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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    O OPENING SHOT Joseph Keefe Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy, the editor of both Maritime Logistics Professional and MarineNews magazines. He can be reached at jkeefe@maritimeprofessional.com INFRASTRUCTURE ‘101’ Part II “… U.S. Infrastructure Needs More

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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 58

    showing locks and bridges, as well as New Foss Tugs updating AIS data such as destina- Paci? c Power Group worked with Sea Ready Marine Petroleum’s tions and tow size. ECS4 helps meet Nichols Brothers to out? t the new- Alliance with ARG USCG requirements for paperless est Foss

  • MN May-19#57 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 57

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Smith Svitzer Fort Pierce Stephaich bor, to serve as the association’s chair- pertise contained in the offshore ser- cured a 5-year contract with Limetree man of the board for the 2019-20 activ- vice industry is second to none. And Bay Terminals (LBT). LBT, located at ity year.

  • MN May-19#56 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 56

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS AWO MerrittMeadJohnson Perras Cernak Nelson company also hired Alex Sykes as Cook Inlet Tug & Barge AAPA Posthumously Commercial Product Manager, Joe Announces New President Honors Cernak with its Pimenta as Buyer and Joe Mediate Cook Inlet Tug & Barge (CITB) an- Distinguished

  • MN May-19#53 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 53

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Downey HewittGallagher Drees Marshall Morris belief in the value and concept of a operations, ? rst as COO and then as Hurtigruten Appoints Downey public education, coupled with a life president. In 2014, Drees was promot- as Americas President Hurtigruten has appointed John

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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 49

    ech file T Gas Freeing Barges the Modern Way Using Nanotechnology to Improve Safety & Ef? ciency dd th th h h h iktlbi or as long as oil and petrochemicals have been in use pors. NanoVapor addresses these risks not only by sig- by transportation, safely managing their highly ? am- ni? cantly reducing

  • MN May-19#43 INLAND OPERATOR PROFILE
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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 43

    INLAND OPERATOR PROFILE tive advantages. Giveans explained asset prices are low, not when markets how Kirby’s scale allows it to offer are on the upswing. Prices and rates contracts of affreighment (COAs), are now rising and the demand out- wherein a certain volume of cargo look looks promising

  • MN May-19#41 INLAND OPERATOR PROFILE
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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 41

    INLAND OPERATOR PROFILE “When you think about the earnings power of the company, it’s much higher than it has ever been, and we’re just now coming out of the bottom of the cycle.” – David Grzebinski, Kirby Corp CEO of those bonds issued to fund the pur- rine-transportation division. chase of Higman

  • MN May-19#38  cracker unit. Once upright, petroleum feedstocks 
are heated)
    May 2019 - Marine News page: 38

    , power gen- eration – coal, natural gas and nuclear, liqui? ed natural gas, shipyards, the military and NASA. 5: This is a cracker unit. Once upright, petroleum feedstocks are heated and “cracked” into increasingly light-weight compounds which rise and vent through the tower’s open- ings. The separated

  • MN May-19#36  cargoes of coal, grain and petroleum. That’s true, but 
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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 36

    INLAND LOGISTICS What’s Moving on Your Waterway? When it comes to inland waterways, conventional wisdom points to the usual cargoes of coal, grain and petroleum. That’s true, but any project cargo involves big lifts and even bigger issues. By Tom Ewing t last November’s WCI meeting held in Chicago, mo

  • MN May-19#34 COLUMN INLAND FINANCE
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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 34

    COLUMN INLAND FINANCE the truck; to and from the railcar; to and from the barge. to allow greater amounts to be granted for ports, railways, They are where the gears of our nation’s freight transpor- and intermodal hubs. Speci? cally, the bill aims to amend tation system meet and mesh. Every river