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  • Stemming from the U.S. Oil Pollution Act of 1990, tanker operators are transferring rising liability insurance premiums and the costs of covering Coast Guard spill response plans to their charterers.

    As a result of U.S. legislation, the International Association of Independent Tanker Owners wants the charterer to bear all extra expenses incurred. The Association is also asking for the additional costs to be broken down, allowingU.S. consumers to see the negative effect the Oil Pollution Act is having on their oil prices.

    Tanker owners and their representatives are most immediately concerned with the increased insurance premiums for vessels carrying crude oil to the U.S.

    Without indicating who should pay for the additional premiums, the protection and indemnity clubs, composed of shipowners and charters are recommending that charter contracts have clauses written into them that specifically reference the U.S. law.

  • component of the U.S. Oil Pollution Act of 1990 could lead some British carriers to discontinue service to the U.S. In the event of a serious oil spill, the U.S. pollution act, passed in the wake of the Valdez disaster, increased liability eightfold to a minimum of $10 million. The act

  • double-hulled product tankers. According to Danny Sellers, president of Atlantic Marine Holding Company, Inc. (parent company of ASI), ASI is discussing the possibility of constructing tankers with technical assistance from Burmeister & Wain Shipdesign A/S (BWSD) of Copenhagen. Mr. Sellers said

  • In the wake of an International Maritime Organization (IMO) ruling that tankers over 5,000 dwt must have full double bottoms and wing tanks, a double-hull design from Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft (HDW) has been chosen by European shipyards as their building standard. Because a Marpol convention amen

  • Maritime Seminar is scheduled to be held on January 10, 1991, at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel, 717 Orleans Street, New Orleans, La. The seminar will focus on "The Oil Pollution Act of 1990, Its Impact Upon Underwriters and Marine Operators in the Gulf of Mexico and on the Inland Waterways." Registration

  • "Tanker Supply, Demand and Profitability to 1996" analyzes recent chartering trends, from 1985 to 1991, and examines the operating profitability of various tankers during the period. Forecast spot and time-charter freight rates are presented, from 1992 to 1996, on both a break-even and projected basis

  • , including unlimited-liability, clean-up response and prevention statutes. Draft rules for vessel response plans will be published only after discussions are first held with interested industry groups, such as tanker owners and operators. This is the first time that the Coast Guard has ever subjected

  • While the U.S. commercial shipbuilding industry outperformed the U.S. economy between 1992 and 2001, this period witnessed the construction of barely a dozen large ocean going vessels for our U.S. domestic trades with an aggregate cost of not much more than $500 million. In contrast, U. S. national

  • Tom Sansonetti. Assistant Attorney General for the Justice Department's Environment and Natural Resources Division and Marcos Daniel Jimenez, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, announced that three senior cruise ship engineers were indicted by a federal grand jury in Miami, Fla.

  • have a copy of the revised oil record book for recording time, location, method of discharges of oil or oily water. Ships of less than 400 gross tons must retain oily water onboard for discharge to reception facilities, or they may fit oilywater separating equipment or filtering systems required of

  • . For many years, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has taken the lead on derelict vessels through its Marine Debris Program, and focused its activities on coral habitats where they performed surveys in Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, Puerto Rico

  • Barge Operators Assess Impact Of OPA And Future Of The Industry The repercussions of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 have been felt by the entire marine industry, but no where more acutely then in U.S. inland waterway and coastal transport operations. Unlimited liability, escalating carrier insurance

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    ordered 12 new 38 De? ant model patrol boats from Metal Shark Boats. (Photo: Metal Shark Boats) pany delivered a 52-foot St. John’s Class Designed in-house by Metal Shark and from unfriendly ? re. Shockwave Corbin lation, this vessel delivers a top speed of launch to Delta Launch Services, the built

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    commercial diving cess of 55 mph, ful? lling its mission as a speeds of more than 50 mph. With the Gladding-Hearn: New pilot operations from RIBCRAFT USA fast-response boat. The RIBCRAFT 7.8 patented Bullfrog ? otation collar and a boat deliveries RIBCRAFT USA recently delivered a provides a stable

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    was established in MRRBs from Rosborough Boats Twelve of the Rough Water 8.50 MRRBs Water 9.11s for the Canadian Coast Canada in 1955 and builds semi-cus- The Royal Canadian Navy has se- are currently in production, with the ? rst Guard’s new Arctic SAR program. These tomized vessels from six to more

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    and fully-electric modes. electric drivetrain systems, allowing ef? cient and and running costs, reducing both payback period While the ship will also be used for patrolling, quiet electric cruising and a swift, powerful reac- and CO2 emissions. ? re? ghting, and search and rescue missions in Es- tion

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    is equipped with a 450-ton Mærsk Mobiliser was christened during a nam- recently, the ? fth vessel in a series of six anchor anchor handling winch housed in an enclosed ga- ing ceremony at Kleven yard with Trine Munch handlers for Maersk Supply Service A/S. Built for rage to protect the crew and the

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    well the ROCN has taken care of her over the past 40 years. The author, on his vessel, then & now. Legacy of U.S. Navy tugs continues with new design The USN had two closely related classes of ocean go- ing ? eet tugs. They were their 205 feet (62 m) long, with a 38 foot (12 m) beam, and a fuel capacity

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    main shipbuilding sprawling production facilities, the dam- workforce has already returned to work, der construction. Power was restored to facilities just two weeks after Hurricane age was unparalleled. as well as all its U.S. Coast Guard OPC ESG’s Nelson Facility on 10-21-18 and Michael devastated

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    , technology. The solutions measure and superyachts power systems to battery tions, solutions designed to enable per- generator sets, compressors, thrusters, evaluate all integrated asset sensors dur- powered hybrid solutions. The three sonnel on board and ashore to optimize pumps, fans, blowers and

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    current data from the driveline as well oscillation in the system and the state of the oil with and information to the ZF Cloud, where customers as the status of core components makes it possible regard to particle and water content. At the third can access them. OPENMATICS allows for

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    is the company’s ? rst for this break- costs. Also, by rapidly connecting and supplied as part of a broader Wärtsilä so- tem based on a unique Electronic Bus through product. disconnecting energy sources from one lution, was installed in Haugesund, Nor- Link (EBL) from Yaskawa Environmen- “It works to connect

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    TECH FILES Three Balearia Ferries to Convert to LNG Spain’s Baleària will convert three ferries from diesel to LNG dual fuel using Cater- pillar and MaK solutions. Incorporating the MaK DF engines will virtually eliminate the sulfur and particu- late matter in the exhaust gases, while also cutting down

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    equipment. a broad project portfolio of delivering Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, ment meets speci? c anti-pollution re- For the maritime industry, not only some of the largest boat hoists world- the Louis Armstrong Stadium and the quirements of each country where the has Cimolai Technology

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    BWMS Business Starting to Boom As more ballast water management systems (BWMS) gain U.S. Coast Guard approval, orders are predictably advancing at a brisk pace. Read up on some of the most signi? cant business deals through October 2018, as well as some new entrants in the business. After 14 long years

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    By Danielle Milne, Graduate Mechanical Engineer at Marine Technical Limits (MTL) Although MTL has a robust oil and gas control measures required to produce an heritage, with formidable experience in acceptable water backed weld. By ? ne the global energy marketplace, it also in- tuning the process and