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  • European maritime administrations signed an agreement to set up a central shipping safety database aimed at eradicating dangerous vessels. According to the EC Maritime Safety Unit, the Equasis system will bring together in one Internet site most of the current diffusely available safety related information on the world merchant fleet. A number of shipping industry players have commented on the lack of transparent and easily available information of ship safety standards in the wake of the Erika disaster. Charterer TotalFina said it was unable to independently verify the condition of the Erika, which broke up in December and polluted French beaches with fuel oil. The agreement, which was signed at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London, calls for the database to be launched in May 2000. Equasis is part of a quality shipping campaign set up in 1997 to engage all elements in the shipping chain.

  • . The popular media had two bites of the cherry - the first when the ship sank and the second, two weeks later, when her cargo began washing up on French beaches. For the maritime press, there has been no hiatus. The coverage has been continuous and abundant since the 24-year old ship sank. Furthermore

  • a successful business. This point was made abundantly clear with the break up and sinking of the Erika last December, an incident which left French beaches badly soiled and European legislators hurriedly conferring on the action to be taken regarding older tankers in European waters. This one event

  • gained a crucial foothold in Normandy.  (Source: D-Day - June 6, 1944 - the United States Army). On D-Day and the days following, a 50-mile stretch of French coastline was overtaken by man and machine. In total there were 170,000 vehicles and 5,000-plus ships, including 702 war ships. The beaches of Normandy

  • , Inc. (SCPI), a subsidiary of Shell Oil Company, for fabrication and transportation of two modules for a deepwater oil drilling platform. C.L. French, president of NASSCO, also announced the formation of the NASSCO Offshore Division, a new operating division, organized to provide an integrated organi

  • France, achieved a tangible first step last week with the signing of a Ship Safety Charter by oil majors and ship classification firms involved in the French petroleum shipping industry. The parties signing the three-page document, including TotalFina, Elf Aquitaine, BP Amoco France, Royal Dutch/Shell

  • Canada Ltd., Halifax, Nova Scotia, for the United States Trust Company of New York. The two submersibles classed are the PC 1801 and PC 1802, French-flag vessels designed for underwater inspection and research. The vessels were built by Perry Submarine Builders, Riviera Beach, Fla., for Northern Off

  • and Constable Danneri Belliard on a daytime mission underway along the south side of Providenciales island, over towards West Caicos and then down to French Cay, before returning to the Marine Police headquarters at South Dock.  According to Inspector Everet Warrican, the Marine Police have crews in Provo

  • recorders and buoys, but can also display a full range of sonar systems such as handheld devices for divers or sonar retrofit. The latter of which led the French SME to lately offer in summer 2017 its services to the French Navy by upgrading analogue sonars on four frigates.In accordance with the ACORES public

  • . Duncan will both be gradually putting together their management teams as start of construction of the AOE begins later this year. In repair, Spencer French, vice president, repair, now has direct responsibility for all repair production activities along with all repair support activities. All the repair

  • has been elected president and chief executive officer of NASSCO, a wholly owned subsidiary of Morrison- Knudsen Company, Inc. He succeeds C.L. French, chairman and chief executive officer, who retired. Mr. Vortmann had served as president and chief operating officer since February 1984. Mr. French wa

  • A group of French ship repairers led by the Port of Marseilles Authority has disclosed plans for turning the old Panama Canal Co.'s drydocks at Balboa into a modern repair facility. A few weeks ago the group, which includes Chantiers Navals de La Ciotat, received approval from the Panama Canal

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  • MR Nov-19#54 ENVIRONMENTAL GREEN SHIP RECYCLING
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    ENVIRONMENTAL GREEN SHIP RECYCLING n May 2014 National Geograph- is tremendous pressure from both gov- The Wrong Way to Recycle A Vessels a cash buyer, the new owner will use a ic wrote an in-depth article on ernment regulators and within the ship- To place pressure on both shipowners number of different

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    from a “company owned Chouest, working for Exxon Mobil, es- shore Conference, Tidewater noted: “In scrap.” For Tidewater (with a clean bal- by a group of French banks.” tablished an of? ce there late last year. general, production support represents ance sheet following its mid-2017 emer- The pickup in

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