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  • The U.S. Coast Guard has approved Sarex oil/water separators to control polluted waters being discharged from shipboard bilges and shoreside stations. Said to be the first such certification issued by the Coast Guard for oil/water separators, it was granted to Separation and Recovery Systems, Inc. of Irvine, Calif.

    Joseph De Franco, president of the company, stated that "the certification was based upon stringent specifications and test requirements for oil/water separators and bilge monitors that were published in the Federal Register in September 1979, and Sarex systems are specifically designed to process dirty water from tankers and other vessels." The U.S. Coast Guard regulations are based on international design and test specifications that have been adopted recently by the I n t e r - G o v e r n m e n t a l Maritime Consultative Organization of the United Nations, of which 102 nations are signatories.

    For further technical information on Sarex oil/water separators, all other Sarex products, and the complete line of anti-pollution systems, write to Eric Nietsch, manager, Pollution Control Division, Argo Marine Systems, 140 Franklin Street, New York, N.Y.

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  • of various conventions which have been adopted by the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization (IMCO), the maritime agency of the United Nations. They will be equipped with protectively located segregated ballast tanks and inert gas systems. The addition of this new tonnage to the company's

  • of various conventions which have been adopted by the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organizations (IMCO), the maritime agency of the United Nations. T h e y will be equipped with protectively located segregated ballast tanks and inert gas systems. The addition of this new tonnage to the

  • the international agreements on tankers and crew standards reached earlier this year at conferences in London, sponsored by agencies of the United Nations. Also to be discussed is the U.S. Coast Guard program for inspection of ships entering U.S. harbors. The speaker will be Capt. John E. DeCarteret

  • registered under the Liberian flag and of shipping in general. It is a member of the International Chamber of Shipping and has observer status at United Nations deliberations on the Law of the Sea and related issues. The Council's membership consists of 62 shipping companies representing slightly over

  • , following its successful launch in Singapore as part of "Marintec Asia 79" in June 1979. The "Inter Island Shipping" series is a planned five-year United Nations ESCAP program to assist in the maritime development of the Asia. Pacific region. The event is cosponsored by the Maritime Industries Authority

  • safely by only one person on the bridge day and night under normal operating conditions - as soon as this has been approved by the IMO, the United Nations' International Maritime Organization. According to the international conventions this has so far only been allowed in the daytime and on approval o

  • of destabilizing shipping rates at will . . ." Mr. Paul reports that the Soviet Union is supporting "proposal by the shipping committee of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (to) prevent most Western shipowners from flying a low-cost flag of convenience by requiring the owner

  • . Gracey, Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard; Arthur Prince, The Salvage Association, London; and Sir Robert Jackson, Undersecretary General of the United Nations. Principal speaker at the dinner on October 2 will be Dr. Francesco Berlingieri, president of Comite Maritime Internationale. Efficient, effective

  • Harbours; SASAR — Singapore Association of Shipbuilders & Repairers; ICHCA — International Cargo Handling Co-ordination Association, and UNESCAP —United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. For further details, write to Marintec Asia 79, 53-55 Chipstead Valley Road, Coulsdon

  • conferences on maritime affairs. He is a member of the Legal Committee of the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization, a United Nations agency situated in London

  • datasets, geospatial data management, spatial analysis, paper, ENC and military chart production, calculating maritime limits and boundaries based on United Nations guidelines, port and waterway engineering and Web mapping and discovery. Through liaisons with the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO)

  • MT Apr-19#52 ver the past 20 years, great strides have been made  Sea?)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    ver the past 20 years, great strides have been made Sea? oor geodesy projects are underway across the globe, all in the ability to observe and monitor the worlds’ in pursuit of scienti? c advances that will help us crack the ocean. Just think that less than two decades ago, one code on earthquake and

  • MT Apr-19#39 waii, underwater mining tools target the whole gamut of)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 39

    waii, underwater mining tools target the whole gamut of min- of major offshore acreage awards. Deepsea miner, Ocean ing support tasks. Minerals, says REEs are “17 chemically similar metals con- sisting of the 15 elements known as the lanthanides plus yt- High-stakes ops trium and scandium” and they’re of

  • MT Apr-19#21  for a bridge project 
in the United States. The project was)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 21

    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)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 11

    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

  • MT Apr-19#10  which are listed on the United States Mu- license to)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 10

    services subject to the International Traf? c nology to Country A, but denied the company’s request for a in Arms Regulations which are listed on the United States Mu- license to export the same level of technology to Country B. nitions List (USML). When it comes to determining whether The company received

  • MT May-19#35  obsolete conven-
on the United Nations to expand its borders)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 35

    (S-BRs), which of 3.5 million square kilometers. However, Brazil is calling will be added to the ? eet of ? ve ageing and obsolete conven- on the United Nations to expand its borders to the limits of tional submarines, and the building of the ? rst Brazilian sub- the continental shelf, which should raise

  • MT May-19#31  protected spaces. 
for the United States Navy and Marine)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 31

    , the National Research Council dian Ocean to help explore and conserve published Volume 6 of the “Technology one of our least protected spaces. for the United States Navy and Marine In this mission, they set up a depressor Corps, 2000-2035”. In this document, (a cabled receiver from a surface ves- the

  • 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  can allow 
waterways.  The United States incorporated this)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 12

    pollution in- tor ships in harbors and transiting off the coast or on inland cidents. Use of AIS data from commercial services can allow waterways. The United States incorporated this data into its traders and others to track vessels (and their cargoes) world- maritime security or maritime domain awareness

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    Systems Ltd, Clittaford Road Southway, SURFACE PREP TOOLS JonRie InterTech, LLC, 982 Whispering Oak Circle, PORT SECURITY Plymouth, Devon PL6 6DE United Kingdom , UK , Water Cannon, 4300 West Lake Mary Blvd. Units 1010- Manahawkin, NJ 29501, USA , tel:(609) 978-3523, Sisco Identification Solutions

  • MR May-19#88  such as the U.S., China, United Arab Emir-
tion Monitoring)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 88

    Thruster Systems Shutterstock supply ports within the Shell Marine global net- ZF Marine Krimpen recently debuted its Condi- work such as the U.S., China, United Arab Emir- tion Monitoring System designed to help ship- FuelTrax Works with Opsealog ates and the Netherlands before January 1, 2020. ping companies

  • MR May-19#84  it through the challeng-
ing United States Coast Guard certi)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 84

    from 2.3 gallons per guest to 0.25 gal- lons per guest. It’s also one of the ? rst near-coastal hybrid catamarans to make it through the challeng- ing United States Coast Guard certi? cation process. Litmer said, “there was not much precedent for getting this boat certi? ed. There was no rule book

  • MR May-19#69 T
TECH FILES
CAT Targets Cruise for its Multi-Engine)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 69

    T TECH FILES CAT Targets Cruise for its Multi-Engine Optimizer Caterpillar is touting its Multi-Engine Cat’s MEO Optimizer (MEO) as a solution for ex- isting cruise ships to burn less fuel, run cleaner, keep uptime and reliability high while keeping costs down. Caterpillar’s MEO is designed to lay over

  • MR May-19#58 FERRIES: FERRY SAFETY & SECURITY
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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 58

    FERRIES: FERRY SAFETY & SECURITY A look inside the fragmented ferry industry, which recently held a Ferry Safety & Security event in Bangkok. Ferries Alan Haig-Brown reports from Thailand ? re and explosion and bottom damage “Death Toll in Phoenix Boat Accident Rises to 44” ... “Deadly Fire all

  • MR May-19#34 GREEN MARINE • Propulsion
UASC (United Arab Shipping Com- JIR)
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    GREEN MARINE • Propulsion UASC (United Arab Shipping Com- JIR to be converted is the “progenitor” pany), still has a slot capacity of 14,993 of the DF engine 9S90 ME-GI, the two TEU. The ship is currently powered by variants differ in essential components a MAN 9S90 ME-C 10.2 engine with and systems.

  • MR May-19#29  Harbor. For a week,  of the United States — will be “emissions)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 29

    the NMA’s the entire Norwegian littoral — an area as long as the West Coast test drone project at the entrance to Bergen Harbor. For a week, of the United States — will be “emissions free.” a sensor-laden drone operated from the bridge of Kystvakten’s So, Enge and the Kystvakten’s new R-70 Sky Ranger

  • MR May-19#27 , Tunis, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Kingdom, Ukraine, Uzbekistan
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    , Portugal, Republic of South Africa, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Tunis, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Kingdom, Ukraine, Uzbekistan www.marinelink.com 27 MR #5 (26-33).indd 27 5/2/2019 2:31:13 P

  • MR May-19#22  in the summer 
China to the United States and was “shocked”)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 22

    Freightos, it began building the supply side. ous company, Schreiber shipped regularly from Freightos Marketplace launched in the summer China to the United States and was “shocked” of 2016 for small and mid-size shippers on a at the inef? ciency he experienced as a shipper few trade lanes. On a weekly

  • MR May-19#16 M
MARKET: OFFSHORE WIND
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    M MARKET: OFFSHORE WIND Tom Ewing Tom Ewing is a freelance writer specializing in energy and environmental topics. He has been a regular contributor to MarineLink publications for the past two years. He has extensive experience working on legislative and public policy issues, both at the state and

  • MR May-19#10  or on inland waterways.  The United 
Source: MarineTraf? )
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    to a point just beyond the horizon. Those govern- ments could also monitor ships in harbors and transit- ing off the coast or on inland waterways. The United Source: MarineTraf? c.com States incorporated this data into its maritime security information. The U.S. Coast Guard focuses primarily sion support

  • MR May-19#8 O
OPENING SHOT
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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

  • MR May-19#6  a member of The Society of Na-
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    he brenda@offshore-engineer.com where boxship major Hapag Lloyd is embarking on a world-? rst, the conversion of a was a member of The Society of Na- United Kingdom Paul Barrett 15,000 TEU containership to methane fuel. val Architects and Marine Engineers. Hallmark House, 25 Downham Road, Ramsden Health

  • MN May-19#57 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Smith Svitzer  Fort Pierce  Stephaich)
    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#53  Engineering, 
Signal and United Moulders Limited  ous)
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    and was elected as Fellow of appointment for its brands Ocean in 1995. On Monday night, six previ- the Institute of Marine Engineering, Signal and United Moulders Limited ous Emery Rice Medal recipients were Science and Technology (IMarEST). (UML). James Hewitt, previously in attendance. MMA President