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  • Online marine fuel supplier Ocean- Connect signed a strategic alliance with ship broking group Horace Clarkson Pic. "Clarksons will support OceanConnect.

    corn's initiatives to develop credit insurance and swaps capability to the online marine fuels marketplace," the company said. Clarksons, the world's biggest shipbroking group will also become an equity partner in OceanConnect.

    In the last month OceanConnect has announced partnerships with shipping companies Eletson Corporation, Keystone Shipping Co and Stena Bulk AB plus Japan's Nippon Mitsubishi Oil Company and energy information provider Petroleum Argus. Scheduled to begin operations in late spring, Ocean- Connect said it aims to provide a fast and price-efficient marketplace for marine fuel transactions plus real-time information on pricing and product availability. Other investors include BP Marine (a unit of BP Amoco), Fuel and Marine Marketing LLC (a joint venture between Texaco and Chevron) and Shell Marine Products (a Royal Dutch/Shell unit).

  • reservoirs, wells, processing or transport. Botnen said CMR’s vision is “to achieve safe subsea production at optimum regularity and cost through real time information based on asset management.” IWSI addresses both today’s aging subsea systems as well as the next generation of subsea systems, especially

  • Whereas the proliferation of social media has generally not had dramatic impact on the b2b community, particularly in the technical realm, an interesting new service from Ohmex Ltd. was a hot topic in the hallways in Southampton: Using Twitter to deliver near real time navigation, tide and weather information

  • the effect the local environmental conditions have on their critical infrastructure offshore.  Sophisticated sensors on board an FPSO can provide real time information for operational support and provide valuable input into studies on the performance of the FPSO in varying sea states.  However, to be fully

  • the effect the local environmental conditions have on their critical infrastructure offshore.  Sophisticated sensors on board an FPSO can provide real time information for operational support and provide valuable input into studies on the performance of the FPSO in varying sea states.  However, to be fully

  • , while AIS isn’t an exclusive tool for any one provider, Genscape’s terrestrial AIS coverage, as compared to satellite reception, involves almost real time information. In the greater logistics pool, time is money. In contrast, satellite-based AIS can involve as much as a few hours of delay. By September,

  • 10 seconds, completely independent of heading or speed input errors. Navigation calculations such as CMG/SMG/SET/ DRIFT, and waypoints are virtually real-time information. New Transit Satnav positions will continue to update and the "alert" page is updated as normal. When less than 3 GPS satellites

  • of the 2020 global sulphur cap remains fragmented to say the least. With only a relatively short timeframe remaining before ship owners will be facing the reality of compliance, there is no real consensus as to the spread of the three main compliance solutions.    A recent survey by the International Bunker

  • navigational information to the mariner in a more timely manner. For many U.S. ports, this information could be added to the NOAA Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System (PORTS) observation network.    Such a system would give the port control over how often and to what extent the information reaching the

  • user interface with a flexible layout and configuration, geared to making the decision making process on the bridge more efficient and safe. The Augmented Reality technology within the T-Bridge provides an enhanced awareness experience; sensor input from the forward looking sonar, chart data as well as position

  • interested in a package with provided Course-up, making it easier, he claimed, for its captains to quickly decipher and utilize. Beyond the navigation realm, however, Stevens admits that information — particularly the ability to gather and disperse real-time information increasingly faster and more

  • .” As he explained, seawater cooling pumps are generally designed for operation in the warmest waters with the ship moving at the fastest speed. But in reality, the operation spectrum is in cooler waters at slower speeds, meaning that the seawater cooling pumps can over perform and burn energy unnecessarily

  • MN Nov-19#112 Index page MN Nov19:MN INDEX PAGE  10/28/2019  6:17 PM)
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    Index page MN Nov19:MN INDEX PAGE 10/28/2019 6:17 PM Page 1 ADVERTISER INDEX Page Page # Advertiser Website Phone# # Advertiser Website Phone# 55ABS Americas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.eagle.org (281) 877-6774 11KVH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

  • MN Nov-19#95 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Seaspan Shipyards 
Clarke MacLeod)
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    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Seaspan Shipyards Clarke MacLeod Hargreaves Thomson Oliver Diaz Sandy studied aircraft maintenance Seaspan Shipyards Announces at Northrop University in Inglewood, Management Additions Seaspan Shipyards announced the ap- California and graduated as a me- pointment of James

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    ech file T MacGregor’s MacGregor’s Fiber-rope Fiber-rope Crane for Crane for Offshore Offshore MarketsMarkets acGregor, part of Cargotec, has completed the construction of FibreTrac, the ? rst ? ber-rope off- shore crane to enter the market. The crane’s full M potential is being validated and its

  • MN Nov-19#83 measure of light bending as it passes through one medium)
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    measure of light bending as it passes through one medium into another), color, and absorption spectra. NOAA also states that total suspended solids (TSS) is a quantitative measure of the total dry weight mass of the particles or material present in a given amount of water. Measuring TSS is important

  • MN Nov-19#78 TECHNOLOGY
“... there are still maritime companies out)
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    TECHNOLOGY “... there are still maritime companies out there still working within a traditional framework of manual processes which are becoming less relevant, practicable and competitive with every passing day. As the industry moves inexorably towards integration and automation in everything from supply

  • MN Nov-19#77 time transformation, where new technology and digital)
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    time transformation, where new technology and digital solutions enable a move towards smarter, more ef? cient, safer and greener operations. From MAN’s perspective, digitalization supports its commitment to help its customers increase the safety, re- liability and predictability of their individual

  • MN Nov-19#76  vendors in the indus-
now a realistic option for more commercial)
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    of value adding solutions to access and analyze vessel data using cloud-based solutions is the market. Collaboration between vendors in the indus- now a realistic option for more commercial operators. trial digital value chain is therefore a win-win for vendors, The recent signing of a Memorandum of Understanding

  • MN Nov-19#71 Lower Stress = Reduced Accidents
Because of the FASST)
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    Lower Stress = Reduced Accidents Because of the FASST Winder’s design requires less effort and engages other muscle groups, the winch allows for four times less back stress and reduces shoulder stress by half, compared to the ratchet model, according to a third-party report. In a nutshell, the FASST

  • MN Nov-19#70 TECH FILE: DECK MACHINERY
A Step Up 
in Safety
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    TECH FILE: DECK MACHINERY A Step Up in Safety How NABRICO’s FASST Winder Winch created a safer work environment. reat ideas can come anytime, from anyone. For leg muscles in the process. NABRICO, a ? eld team member’s understand- NABRICO discovered a core issue with the tradition- Ging of the physical

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    ech file T “There are 440 alarms connected to each engine. For 20 of these, the alarm is a signal for us not to start the engine. These alerts go straight to vessel managers’ mobile phones so that checks can be carried out before the vessel leaves the harbor – and, crucially, this enables us to act

  • MN Nov-19#64 REGULATORY REVIEW
than spend the money ahead of time to)
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    REGULATORY REVIEW than spend the money ahead of time to comply. That’s not they share in common is that they all want to go home the Coast Guard’s fault. It’s also not their fault if an opera- safely at the end of each work period. On board, it means tor decides to run substandard equipment with substandar

  • MN Nov-19#60  were equal, it 
pounding this reality, various sectors are)
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    the ‘COI drop dead’ to add more than 5,000 vessels to its workload. Com- date in their transfer season? If all inspectors were equal, it pounding this reality, various sectors are advocating for would still be a big learning curve for the incoming people the ‘USCG Option.’ One East Coast sector sent people

  • MN Nov-19#42 PROPULSION
covers the power range of 1-22MW. shore engineeri)
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    PROPULSION covers the power range of 1-22MW. shore engineering and construction group, where a RoPax Recent breakthrough orders in the ferry segment in- vessel equipped with the Azipod system was compared to a clude the Azipod propulsion system speci? ed for an LNG- conventional vessel with shaft line

  • MN Nov-19#36 WORKBOAT COMMUNICATIONS
The percentage of savings achieved)
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    WORKBOAT COMMUNICATIONS The percentage of savings achieved cess satellite communications when theless, says Wahid, “We are unique is determined by several factors. First, needed and limits the ongoing charge and we believe superior. Our software this might depend on the amount of to an access fee.

  • MN Nov-19#32  Act trades, 
that adds up to real savings. For inland operators)
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    back. It covers a range of up to 25 miles offshore before automatic “smart routing” to satellite.” For the coastwise, Jones Act trades, that adds up to real savings. For inland operators not ac- customed to having 24/7/365 seamless comms, the world just got a little smaller. Agile’s state-of-the-art solutions

  • MN Nov-19#30  connection. But, that reality is changing. Agile Marine’s)
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    . To be fair, smaller workboats historically haven’t had the need for ro- MEET AGILE MARINE TECHNOLOGIES bust vessel-to-shore connection. But, that reality is changing. Agile Marine’s ruggedized, longer-range hardware and Take the subchapter M crowd for example; with 5,000+ services keep business going

  • MN Nov-19#28 COLUMN SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
third-party registration)
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    COLUMN SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS third-party registration and oversight, typically provided and implementing the SMS can be quite modest, or as by IACS classi? cation societies and registering bodies. This much as $50,000 or more. requires annual of? ce audits and vessel audits. Based on Unless you are

  • MN Nov-19#24   OPA 90 to re? ect the new realities of  proving maritime)
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    every year that It’s time for Congress to amend swiftly, fundamentally shifting and im- sail through the southern U.S. Arctic OPA 90 to re? ect the new realities of proving maritime disaster policy. The region following trade routes from an evolving Arctic Region, and ensure time has come to revisit

  • MN Nov-19#22 , among other things.
now realizing the Arctic will continue)
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    on vessel owners with the “polluter pays” principle, and cre- tures and record-low sea ice, many are ating prevention requirements, among other things. now realizing the Arctic will continue While OPA 90 was a needed step forward in maritime to play a signi? cant role in maritime safety, much has changed

  • MN Nov-19#18  need to be able to create a real-world solution to 
Inland)
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    work and what these markets entail when designed strictly for 55 degree Arctic seawater. it comes to your product line. You need to be able to create a real-world solution to Inland operators have options when it comes to cool- a theoretical problem. That requires working closely with ing requirements

  • MN Nov-19#14 INSIGHTS
Fernstrum set the standard in marine cooling)
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    INSIGHTS Fernstrum set the standard in marine cooling systems over 65 years ago, building a reputation focused on in- novation. Indeed, the ? rm is arguably in a class by itself when it comes to discussing any marine OEM market vendors. This month, listen in as Sean Fernstrum weighs in on how his ? rm

  • MN Nov-19#8 Authors   Contributors
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    Authors Contributors & MarineNews November 2019 Volume 30 Number 11 Huxley- Paine Custard Reynard Buddy Custard is the President and Michael Gerhardt is Vice President, Chief Executive Of? cer of the Alaska Mar- Dredging Contractors of America, and itime Prevention & Response Network. the CDMCS

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  • MN Nov-19#Cover The Information Authority for the Workboat • Offshore •)
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