The U.S. Coast Guard has been prompted by the contamination of oysters in Mobile Bay, Ala., with vibrio cholera to publish IMO's "International Guidelines for Preventing the Introduction of Unwanted Pathogens from Ships' Ballast Water and Sediment Discharges." Adopted last July by the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC), the guidelines recognize a number of alternatives, including retention of ballast water, exchange of ballast water at sea, control of sediment uptake, and discharge of ballast water to reception facilities ashore. The Coast Guard is urging ship operators to adopt these guidelines in order to decrease the further introduction of cholera and pathogens in U.S. waters.
Ship operators should obtain a "Request for Compliance with IMO Voluntary Ballast Water Guidelines" and implement the IMO standards.
Operators can report their ballast water treatments by using the form in the guidelines and sendingit to the nearest U.S. Coast Guard Captain of Port.
For further information, contact: Lt. Jonathan C. Burton, MEPC Division (G-MEP) at (202) 267-0426.
As a part of a complete reorganization, Burton Shipyard, Inc., Port Arthur, Texas, recently announced the following appointments: Gene M. Woodfin, chairman of the board and chief executive officer; Nathan M. Smythe, president and chief operating officer; and Ronnie Moerbe, vice president and
Bollinger Shipyards delivered the Jonathan Rozier, the third of four 207-ft. (63 m), 4,750 bhp supply boats to Tidewater, Inc. This vessel follows the Lousteau Tide and Deville Tide. Bollinger's new 220 class offshore support vessels (OSV). designed for Tidewater. The fourth vessel. Bourgeois Tide
The DeoLinda, a 224-foot, 1,200-ton tuna seiner, was launched into the waters of the Sabine Neches Channel at Burton Shipyard, Inc., recently after being christened by its namesake, Mrs. Deolinda Medeiros, wife of the DeoLinda's skipper, Raymond Medeiros, and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Christina Medei
Port Fabricators, Inc., specializing in the design, construction, maintenance and repairs of facilities and equipment for the petroleum and marine industry, has recently been established at the Port of New Iberia, La. Occupying a 12-acre waterfront site, the new industry represents a "total investmen
Burton Shipyard, Inc., Port Arthur, Texas, recently delivered the 224-foot tuna vessel Deolinda. The steel-hulled tuna purse seiner is the third of a seven-vessel contract awarded to Burton by Van Camp Sea Food Co., a division of Ralston Purina Co., and is jointly owned by Van Camp and Capt. Ray
Burton Shipyard, Inc., Port Arthur, Texas, recently delivered the 224-foot tuna vessel Patrician. The steel-hulled tuna purse seiner is the second of a seven-vessel contract awarded to Burton by Van Camp Sea Food Co., a division of Ralston Purina Co., and is jointly owned by Van Camp and Capt. Manuel
Burton Shipyard, Inc. of Port Arthur, Texas, recently delivered the 224-foot tuna vessel Lady Marion. The steel-hulled tuna purse seiner is the sixth of a seven-vessel contract awarded to Burton by Van Camp Sea Food Co., a division of Ralston Purina Co. The purse seiner will operate primarily with
Ashtead Technology debuted what it calls the subsea market’s smallest electric dredge pump. Targeted at the 2.5-3” dredge market and small electric ROVs, the pump can be customized to meet varying customer needs and onboard power supplies. The dredge motor is fitted with a six pin Burton plug and can be
200 years of admiralty law applicable to the recovery and ownership of shipwrecks. Perhaps, with hindsight, the goals were too ambitious. Brother Jonathan and the Eleventh Amendment In 1998, the Supreme Court, in a turgid decision construing the application of the Eleventh Amendment to the ASA,
for the latest generation of engines. “Castrol Cyltech CL 100 ACC is not simply an existing oil that has been up-treated to give a higher BN,” said Jonathan Hutchinson, Castrol Marine Marketing Director. “It is based on a new chemistry that we have been developing over the past two to three years to reflect
The three-day Spring Meeting of the Pacific Northwest Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, held at the Empress Hotel, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, was attended by more than 60 members and guests. The technical session was held at the Officers' Club in the Naval
Products Beacons, Flashers, Trackers Beacons, Flashers & Trackers: Products to Promote Safety at Sea By Tom Mulligan L3 Technologies, together with So- tracking and communications with up to The Oculus M750d is a general-pur- nardyne, will offer 6G-enabled capabil- 10 AUVs at the same time. pose dual-freque
. “Fugro has been an technology needs of the Blue Econo- the midst of a technological revolution early supporter in this regard, advocat- my,” said Jonathan Heastie, OiA ‘19 as we move toward using more auton- ing on behalf of the Seabed 2030 project Exhibition Director, “and who wishes to omy in ocean
Jonathan Heastie, Reed Exhibitions oices rine pollution and environmental stressors and the tools and give to OI visitors to come out to the San Diego event? techniques needed to address and mitigate these challenges; In simple terms, we’re delivering the world’s ? agship event plus, at the time of
Jonathan Heastie, Reed Exhibitions oices Like London, the most popular topics and technologies will in- clude Unmanned Vehicles, Vessels and Robotics, Ocean Observation and Sensing technologies and Hy- drography, Geophysics and Geo- technics. We’re also reprising our “Catch the Next Wave” program from
Jonathan Heastie, Reed Exhibitions oices What do you consider to be your best ‘lessons learned’ event. Now, that takes time – London’s had 49 years at it! – in the wake of the ? rst OI NA in San Diego? but we aim grow our attendance for San Diego 2019 by an ex- I would like more attendees to come… and
Jonathan Heastie, Reed Exhibitions oices Heastie Thank you for taking the time to I am also thrilled that we have As Oceanology International talk to us. Oceanology Interna- managed to gain access to the water celebrates its 50th Anniver- tional Americas 2019 is set for at the rear of the convention
November/December 2018 Voices Contents Volume 61 • Number 9 10 Jonathan Heastie As Oceanology International celebrates its 50th anniversary, MTR catches up with the Oi show director on the eve of its Oceanology Americas event in San Diego. By Greg Trauthwein Offshore Insights 18 ‘Recovery’ Cost
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PORT DEVELOPMENT hen Jonathan Daniels, executive director of the Mis- Approximately 430,000 square feet of waterfront warehouses sissippi State Port Authority at Gulfport spoke to the and freezer facilities were completely destroyed by Hurricane Waudience at the annual state of the port luncheon July
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model at single tidal systems, to aid in feasibility studies and array design for location, says Dr Evans. tidal energy sites. The ? rm’s director, Dr Jonathan Evans, told Using SeaSmart and a mobile ADCP on a marine robotic All Energy that using a USV, such as ASV Global’s C-Cat, vehicle (AUV or USV)
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then, their construction was basic At the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research by modern standards, but like the models of Kiel, Germany, Dr. Jonathan Durgadoo has been working today the researchers creating them aimed with ocean models for almost 10 years. In that time he has D to simulate the
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Inc., and BNP Paribas development groups. OceanWorks International has appointed effective May 5, 2017. It will devote its activity to the industrial Jonathan Fether as atmospheric diving and commercial development of three system (ADS) product line manager. MSRC Names Dulisse CEO marine energy technologies: