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  • the spread of a mussel infestation that had wreaked havoc in the Great Lakes.

    The zebra mussel is spreading faster than had been anticipated.

    Once they have established colonies, it is virtually impossible to eliminate them, Carlos M. Fetterolf Jr., executive secretary of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission, said.

    Mr. Donahue said the zebra mussel infestation could result in control costs approaching $4 billion for the Great Lakes alone during the 1990s.

    The mollusks, which attach themselves to underwater structures, pose a particular threat to water intake pipes for electric power plants, factories and municipal wat e r and wastewater t r e a t m e n t plants.

    Also at risk are ships. Two Coast Guard vessels had to have emergency repair work this year after zebra mussels were found covering key parts of their cooling systems.

    The zebra mussel's ability to filter out microscopic plankton and algae endangers the food chain for the Great Lakes' $44 billion fishing industries, and it may now threaten fish habitat throughout the nation's river system.

    The inch-long mussel, which was brought to the Great Lakes in the ballast water of oceangoing ships from Soviet ports in the mid-1980s, is transported to the inland river system of the Midwest and East Coast by barges and recreational boats.

  • Bouchard Coastwise Management Co., Hicksville. NY, has added to its fleet a double-hull articulated ocean-going tug/barge units (ATB) with the delivery from Bollinger Shipyards, Inc.. Lockport. La., of the 130-ft. tug Jane A. Bouchard and the 430-ft„ 110.000 barrel (BBL) class double-hull oil Barge B.

  • Recent christening in New Orleans marked the completion of two new dredges for the growing private industry fleet. The cuttersuction drdege Bill James and the split-hull hopper dredge Atchafalaya are being place in service by Louisiana-based T.L. James & Company, Inc., and Gulf Coast Trailing

  • James Fisher and Sons formed a new venture with Aberdeen based company KDM Marine – James Fisher Mass Flow Excavation – to jointly offer its subsea excavation capability and resources to the offshore industry in a single entity. JFMFE combines the specialist subsea excavation, de-burial and trenching

  • James A. Farrell Jr., chairman of the board, Farrell Lines Incorporated, has been named by the Robert L. Hague Merchant Marine Industries' Post, American Legion, to receive its Distinguished Service Citation. The award will be presented to Mr. Farrell on Saturday, October 21, 1978, at the Waldorf-Ast

  • G.W. James Jr., president, T.L. James & Co., Inc., Ruston, La., has announced that his firm is in the process of forming a joint venture with Hollandshe Aanneming Maatshappij BV (HAM), Rijwijk, the Netherlands, for the purpose of entering the seagoing hopper dredging business. The venture plans to

  • Moore McCormack Resources, Inc. has recently sold all its marine operations to James R. Barker, its ex-chairman. The company previously known as Moore McCormack Bulk Transport, Inc. has been renamed Mormac Marine Transport, Inc. The principal officers are: James R. Barker, chairman; Capt., Gareth J.

  • At the recent annual director's meeting held in New Brunswick, N.J., Robert J. Hughes Sr., chairman of James Hughes, Inc., and William J. Hughes Sr., chairman of Hughes Bros., Inc., announced new appointments in the family-held marine businesses. The meeting also commemorated the 90th anniversary

  • James A. Farrell Jr., chairman of Farrell Lines Incorporated, is the 1977 recipient of the Admiral of the Ocean Sea Award (AOTOS). At 76, and still active as chairman of his family-owned line, he has logged a full halfcentury of energetic pioneering service to the cause of Americanflag shipping and

  • The appointment of James B. Rose as port manager for United States Lines at Norfolk, Va., was announced by William J. Klauberg, vice president, Eastern Division. Mr. Rose succeeds Frank Wilson Babb, who reached retirement age after being with the line since 1946. Mr. Rose was previously owner's repr

  • The Council of the American Society of Naval Engineers has established the Dr. James A. Lisnyk Memorial Scholarship Program. Dr. Lisnyk, who was killed in an automobile accident this past August, was a long time member of the Society, having joined in May 1965. Always active, he chaired the ASNE Day

  • James J. Henry, a leading naval architect and the founder and president of the naval architectural and marine engineering firm bearing his name, died at the age of 73 on November 2, 1986 following a heart attack. Born at Ancon, Canal Zone, on 22 June 1913, Mr. Henry was graduated from the Webb

  • MN Dec-19#53 . 
Secretary of Transportation; James 
man of the Board, Mike)
    December 2019 - Marine News page: 53

    (AAPA) Profession- Transportation Company as Chair- al Port Manager (PPM) certi? cation. The Honorable Elaine L. Chao, U.S. Secretary of Transportation; James man of the Board, Mike Toohey, Wong is the second JAXPORT em- WCI as President and CEO and Dan ployee in the port’s history to earn the Given,

  • MT Nov-19#56  Nikolai Delp, Overseas Sales  James Colebourn, Technical Sales)
    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 56

    , President, Ocean Innovations. Rob Watson, Principal Electrical Engineer, Boston Engi- neering HUA LI, PH. D., GM & Kiyoshi Nikolai Delp, Overseas Sales James Colebourn, Technical Sales Engineer, Blue Print Dept Ocean & River Instruments, JFE Advantech Co., Ltd. Subsea. November/December 2019 56 MTR MTR

  • MR Nov-19#32  Services  Evercore ISI’s James West, a long-time 
300)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 32

    and others. classi? ed as “stacked” with a little under The parent company of Bourbon Marine co, where Hornbeck Offshore Services Evercore ISI’s James West, a long-time 300 described as “idle”. More telling are Logistics, second in the vessel count (NYSE: HOS) has a large ? eet working analyst

  • MN Nov-19#95  as a me-
pointment of James Clarke as Chief  chanical)
    November 2019 - Marine News page: 95

    Announces at Northrop University in Inglewood, Management Additions Seaspan Shipyards announced the ap- California and graduated as a me- pointment of James Clarke as Chief chanical engineer. After a brief stint Financial Of? cer (CFO). With more working for a Boston based mechani- than 15 years of senior

  • MT Oct-19#37 RBR Hosted the OceanObs’19 
Honorary Paddle on the Showcase)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 37

    RBR Hosted the OceanObs’19 Honorary Paddle on the Showcase Floor. HQTXLULHV#EOXHSULQWVXEVHDFRP VRXQGE\GHVLJQ sible.” Their solution was the ECO platforms per year. With a hypothetical 0XOWLEHDP,PDJLQJ6RQDUV platform. ECO, Nortek’s mini-ADCP price point of $300 this would imply a 6LQJOHDQG'XDO)UHTXHQF\WRN

  • MN Sep-19#54 , presented Mr. Douglas  James K. Lyons, director and)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 54

    group as a Senior Marine Consultant. Guard’s Judge Advocate General and Formerly Vice President of Marine Ca- Chief Counsel, presented Mr. Douglas James K. Lyons, director and chief sualty & Emergency Response at Global Stevenson with a Meritorious Public executive of? cer of the Alabama State Diving

  • MN Oct-19#35  the cost of fuel had  Like the James River run, the Sea-
Barry)
    October 2019 - Marine News page: 35

    2018 moved more than 31,000 boxes timing may have played a bigger role. between Richmond and Norfolk. Around that time, the cost of fuel had Like the James River run, the Sea- Barry Parker, bdp1 dropped precipitously, which worked cor AMH service in Louisiana is a key Consulting Ltd in favor of surface

  • MN Oct-19#20  a whole. This invaluable 
R.D. James toured Mel Price Locks)
    October 2019 - Marine News page: 20

    world and provides jobs that strengthen American retary of the Army (ASA) for Civil Works communities and the nation as a whole. This invaluable R.D. James toured Mel Price Locks and system is aging; the Corps of Engineers diligently addresses Dam in Alton, Illinois, and held a Town the systems maintenance

  • MT Jul-19#58  used for video 
President/CEO: James Crawford
recording and)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    .com AXSUB Inc. is a supplier for the commercial diving, hy- San Jose, Calif. perbaric, S&R and military, with its systems used for video President/CEO: James Crawford recording and continuous real time depth monitoring system (DMS) for commercial divers. www.turnerdesigns.com Its ? agship product is the

  • MT Jul-19#52  antenna can be 
President/CEO: James Williams
used. This technology)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    environments such as surveying highly Solutions dense areas (bridges, buildings, etc) Hayle, U.K. or where only a single antenna can be President/CEO: James Williams used. This technology allows robust and No. of Employees: 4 consistent performance even in low dy- www.unmannedsurveysolutions.com namics

  • MT Jul-19#14  conditions, explorers Capt. James  elers to Antarctica and)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 14

    photog- As adventurers who led men in ad- As a new niche bringing scores of trav- rapher Sven Lindblad blazed the trail verse conditions, explorers Capt. James elers to Antarctica and the most fragile, for environmentally sensitive travelers Cook (1728 - 1779) and Sir Ernest Hen- remote areas of the globe

  • MT Sep-19#27  Goldeneye platform and the RRS James  step change in our con)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 27

    Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany, hove the experiment and the performance of the sensors gives us a to within sight of the Goldeneye platform and the RRS James step change in our con? dence that in a real-world situation we Cook. Partners in the STEMM-CCS project, the GEOMAR have the capability to detect

  • MT Sep-19#24  operated vehicle (ROV) to 
RRS James Cook. Once on station)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 24

    Robotics in Canada. The pipe National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, aboard the was then connected by a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) to RRS James Cook. Once on station, close to Shell’s Goldeneye a CO2 supply on the seabed, allowing gas to ? ow through platform approximately 100km off the

  • MT Sep-19#22  over the side of the RRS James Cook. The rig is designed)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 22

    Subsea Engineering Cruising to Increased Conf dence in CO Storage 2 By Kelvin Boot The bespoke drill rig being lowered over the side of the RRS James Cook. The rig is designed to push the curved steel pipe into the seabed sediment. Image: Image: Copyright STEMM-CCS Project September 2019 22 MTR MTR

  • MP Q2-19#48 .............................16 James River Barge Line  ...)
    May/Jun 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 48

    ..45, 46, 47 International Chamber of Shipping ...... 39 Port of Greater Baton Rouge .............. 15 Amazon Prime.....................................16 James River Barge Line ..................... 13 Port of Los Angeles ........................... 20 American Association of Port Authorities .18 Port NOLA

  • MP Q2-19#17 , the realization 
Like the James River run, the Seacor)
    May/Jun 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 17

    increases in freight that Marad says will soon between Richmond and Norfolk. overwhelm domestic highways and rail. Similarly, the realization Like the James River run, the Seacor AMH service in Louisiana that largely under-utilized rivers and coastal waterways – what the is a key part of petrochemical

  • MP Q2-19#13  Environmental Management
The James River Barge Line service)
    May/Jun 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 13

    Virginia is the ?rst and only major port on the East Coast to have all its cargo handling facilities ISO 14001 Certi?ed for Environmental Management The James River Barge Line service utilizes tugboats powered by low emission engines reducing emissions by 38% on cargo moves to Richmond, VA. The Port of Virginia

  • MN Jul-19#41  sharpen their skills. 
Capt. James “Greg” Duncan assumed)
    July 2019 - Marine News page: 41

    steerman program. It depends on con? dence and experience like the simulator, where one is how hard you hustle.” allowed to sharpen their skills. Capt. James “Greg” Duncan assumed command of M/V “This is the most impressive simulator around with a Brian O’Daniels about four years ago with Florida Ma- premiere

  • MR May-19#9  recommen-
In addition, the James River Expan- right, and)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 9

    container ships. ing on the Hill. But, we have to get it pendent, non-partisan infrastructure accepting the commission’s recommen- In addition, the James River Expan- right, and we need to get our priorities commissions with experts, not a job for dations should be treated as mandatory sion Project

  • MN May-19#54 . Crowley Logistics also named 
James McCall “Jimmy” 
thority’s)
    May 2019 - Marine News page: 54

    Solon, nior analyst for its ship management remain as President of the Company. this septet oversees the Port Au- group. Crowley Logistics also named James McCall “Jimmy” thority’s ? nancial and organization- LaSonya Hill, vice president, cus- Baldwin, Jr. named 2019 C. al affairs. The Duluth Seaway

  • MN May-19#53  Technology (IMarEST). 
(UML).  James Hewitt, previously  in)
    May 2019 - Marine News page: 53

    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 ADM WheelHouse Promotes Director of Sales for ACR and Ocean Fran McDonald recognized each in Morris

  • MN May-19#35  one to 
blame but ourselves.
James A. Kearns has represented)
    May 2019 - Marine News page: 35

    of? cial websites, by email, or on social media. If those whom we elect do not hear from us about this need, we have no one to blame but ourselves. James A. Kearns has represented own- ers, operators, ? nancial institutions and end users for more than 30 years in the purchase, construction and ? - nancing

  • MN May-19#32  not enough to get the help.
By James A. Kearns
From my of?)
    May 2019 - Marine News page: 32

    COLUMN INLAND FINANCE But I Don’t Need That Much: When enough to meet the need is not enough to get the help. By James A. Kearns From my of? ce window in down- highway heavily congested, even at a standstill at times. town St. Louis, I can see a dramatic This congested traf? c usually includes many

  • MN May-19#8 . Over the past 29 years, 
James A. Kearns has rep- Mr)
    May 2019 - Marine News page: 8

    been er specializing in energy and Manager of its MOPS Marine Li- environmental issues. cense Insurance division since 1984. Over the past 29 years, James A. Kearns has rep- Mr. O’Neill has spoken and writ- resented owners, operators, ten on many occasions on the ? nancial institutions and end importance