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  • Pott Industries Inc., 611 East Marceau Street, St. Louis, Mo.

    63111, have announced that Gulf Mississippi Marine Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary providing marine services worldwide to the offshore industry, has been awarded a contract by Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company, Cairo, Egypt, to furnish nine vessels for the Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company's operations in the offshore waters of the Gulf of Suez. In addition, Gulf Mississippi will operate two other vessels in the same area owned by the Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company.

    Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company, in awarding the contract, acted on behalf of the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation and Amoco Egypt Oil Company.

    Pott further announced that Gulf Fleet Egypt, a division of a wholly owned subsidiary of Pott, has opened an office in Cairo.

    Pott's Offshore Marine Services Division presently provides marine services worldwide to the offshore industry, with principal operations in the Gulf of Mexico, the Middle East and the North Sea. It operates a fleet of appproximately 75 vessels. Pott also has major interests in shipbuilding and inland waterways transportation.

  • IMODCO of Los Angeles, a unit of AMCA International Corporation and pioneer offshore marine terminal company, has been awarded a contract by Esso Suez, Inc. for a catenary anchor leg mooring (CALM) terminal. This unit for Esso is designed to securely moor tankers of up to 85,000 dwt, primarily for

  • The Suez Canal Authority is presently engaged on a two-phase development p r o j e c t which, if completed, will involve the expenditure of at least $1,200 million over the next six to seven years. Roughly half of this amount is to be financed from Egypt's reserves of foreign currency, and to date

  • IMODCO of Los Angeles, a unit of AMCA International Corporation and pioneer offshore marine terminal company, has been awarded a contract by Esso Suez, Inc. for a catenary anchor leg mooring (CALM) terminal. This unit for Esso is designed to securely moor tankers of up to 85,000 dwt, primarily for

  • International Corporation, Alhambra, Calif., has announced that it has placed an order for a new jackup drilling rig to work initially in the Gulf of Suez. The new unit, Rig 136, will be the company's fourth offshore drilling rig under construction in Far East shipyards. It is scheduled to be delivered

  • Candia, the Piraeus-based shipping organization that has, during the past four years, gained international recognition for its Suez Canal Transiting Service, has just opened a branch office in New York City. The firm has been offering its services to American shipping operators for several years

  • Adm. C.R. Bryan, Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, in Washington, D.C., in recognition of his role as project manager in charge of clearing the Suez Canal during 1974. This is the second highest award that the Department of Defense can bestow upon a civilian. Captain Madeo was a career naval

  • greater in slot capacity than the biggest cellular vessels ordered to date, the envisaged Ultra Large Container Ship (ULCS) would be able to transit the Suez Canal I and access key ports. LR considers that there are no insurmountable technical challenges to I vessels of 12,500 TEU, and believes that

  • economy of scale, delivering a full cargo of Middle East crude to Rotterdam, following a swift voyage from the Middle East Gulf to Europe via the Suez Canal. Alex Papachristidis-Bove. president and co-chartering manager of Seatramp Tankers, Hellespont's commercial management, said "It's exciting

  • Following the recent announcement by Suez Canal authorities that new beam and draft regulations have gone into effect for the 120-mile waterway, a circular giving specifics is available from Candia Shipping (USA), Inc. as a service to the U.S. shipping industry. "As a major specialist in attending

  • the world for nearly 35 years. He holds a Master Mariner's license, and has some 20 years of merchant marine service, including about three years as a Suez Canal Pilot

  • , continued to work in the same areas. He was awarded the "Navy Meritorious Public Service Citation" for his contribution as Project Manager of the 1974 Suez Canal Wreck Clearance. Ocean Salvors is an American salvage firm offering a full range of salvage and environmental services throughout the Western Hem

  • MR Oct-19#29  the  Canal routing ahead of the Suez Canal.”
freight cost advantages)
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    for Asia- ECNA favour the Panama Bethlehem Steel, in response to Isthmian’s wrote at the time, “The new set of locks at the Canal routing ahead of the Suez Canal.” freight cost advantages, and Lykes Lines took Panama Canal opened for business on 26 June The Canal widening coincided with sea steel outbound

  • MR Oct-19#27  the drawing board.”
away, the Suez Canal, linking the Mediterranean)
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    were enlarged from 95 to 110 feet to accommodate of the railroad’s stock price). Nearly half a world vessels then on the drawing board.” away, the Suez Canal, linking the Mediterranean Concerns about Canal security, and redundancy www.marinelink.com 27 MR #10 (26-33).indd 27 10/4/2019 10:05:59 A

  • MR May-19#35  components for 
through the Suez Canal. The LNG tank  carriers)
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    to Northern Europe LNG carriers, container ships and bulk oil module, and the auxiliary engines In addition, the injection components for through the Suez Canal. The LNG tank carriers. According to the company, the from MAN Cryo and a 300 bar high- gas injection are re-placed or added. In capacity will

  • MR Mar-19#30  results, rather 
through the Suez Canal. From mid-May,  tion’s)
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    of Marco Polo…” eastward, albeit global cruise market, but the organiza- helped in developing the ? nancial their assessment results, rather through the Suez Canal. From mid-May, tion’s endeavors span far beyond de- structure. “The owner is a very experi- the ship will be homeported in Shang- sign, as it

  • MR Aug-18#8   Contact him at:
passing the Suez Canal. He ?  ew back home)
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    Europe, the Asian part of Turkey and his Boettcher is a German professional pho- received numerous awards for his applied Contact him at: passing the Suez Canal. He ? ew back home tographer working worldwide for shipping and free photographic work. info@HerbertBoettcher.com 8 Maritime Reporter &

  • MP Q3-18#24  guru CargoMetrics  West of Suez.”
Technologies, shared)
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    “Quant”, Dr. tons usually deployed in crude oil trades) “… to the East or Scott Borgerson, founder of information guru CargoMetrics West of Suez.” Technologies, shared the podium with his client, Mr. Soren Meyer, Chief Strategy O

  • MR Jul-18#51  and had them cross the Suez  following year. In 1978)
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    Saadé took over the family business the 2005; Cheng Lie Navigation Co., Ltd. the board, is a leading worldwide ship- terranean and had them cross the Suez following year. In 1978, he moved to (CNC); U.S. LINES in 2007; T MacAn- ping group. Canal. In 1986 he launched a service France, where he set up

  • MN Feb-18#30  passes, struggle to 
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and Suez Canals bring larger, so-called)
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    and waterways system ... Our ports, through ent. As the newly expanded and improved Panama which 99 percent of overseas trade passes, struggle to T and Suez Canals bring larger, so-called post-Panamax ves- maintain their navigation channels at their fully autho- sels to U.S. shores, stakeholders tend to

  • MP Q4-17#57  ex-
pansions of both the Suez and Panama Canals, has)
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    containership volumes coupled with a fourishing real cost of ownership.” economy, and further bolstered by the recent successful ex- pansions of both the Suez and Panama Canals, has prompted the deepening of U.S. ports to handle a growing feet of bigger – Bob Lunt, High Capacity Sales containerships (20

  • MP Q4-17#8  the expanded Panama and Suez Canals. U.S. ports continue)
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    matched the considerable hype • Port Logistics: Intermodal Connections • Port Logistics: Regulatory Impact Report surrounding the expanded Panama and Suez Canals. U.S. ports continue to ramp up infra- Full • Finance: Managing IT Spending • Finance: the Cost of Big Data structure and deepen channels

  • MR Dec-17#35  Korea’s  route through the Suez Canal, helping 
DSME, made)
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    LNG and Sovcom? ot. Sovcom? ot’s LNG carrier Christophe required to travel the regular southern de Margerie, built by South Korea’s route through the Suez Canal, helping DSME, made the world’s ? rst-ever to signi? cantly reduce fuel consump- World’s First crossing of the Northern Sea in late Au- tion

  • MR Jun-17#70 , perhaps in and around the Suez 
ships. Carnival Group)
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    have placed orders for LNG fueled The four Aframax tankers will operate is to increase the ? eet of LNG trucks location, perhaps in and around the Suez ships. Carnival Group, has seven LNG- in the Baltic Sea and Northern Europe. and invest in an LNG refueling station Canal region. powered vessels

  • MR Jun-17#33 , however, gov-
the sizable Suez Canal expansion project)
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    as a result of is in the midst of a three year project “Costa Verde” acquired in early 2016. critical to us.” Ultimately, however, gov- the sizable Suez Canal expansion project where 20 million cubic meters of sand This new addition to the Van Oord ? eet ernment incentives don’t relieve busi- (€1

  • MR Jun-17#31  proj-
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    point to one or two with major economic impact? It is really hard to gauge the real eco- nomic return on recently completed proj- ®® ects, but I think the Suez Canal dredging project has had a tremendous impact, chie? y because sailing distances were shortened. At the moment world trade is decreasing,

  • MP Q1-17#17  as a result of the sizable Suez Canal  sourced from the)
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    to €7.115 billion compared to €6.415 bil- al players. The large port projects have bene? ted from funding lion in 2014 – mainly as a result of the sizable Suez Canal sourced from the large international development banks. expansion project (€1.1 billion).” The biggest projects can be seen by tracking the

  • MR Aug-16#73  parameters to ensure the  and Suez Canals are testimony that)
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    next decade, and the share of shipping is also expected to increase. Thus, it is anticipated that in the next adjustment of parameters to ensure the and Suez Canals are testimony that even downloaded from www.dnvgl.com decade 3D printing will play an increasingly more important role in manufac- highest reliabilit

  • MR Jul-16#18  presently have to use the 
Suez Canal coming to the U.S)
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    is signi? cant because it impacts the size and frequency of vessels that call on the US East and Gulf Coast ports, which presently have to use the Suez Canal coming to the U.S. from Asia. The Impact The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) esti- mates that the combined effect of 12 to 14 larger Panamax vessels

  • MR Jun-16#17  downfall. Small yards will  the Suez Canal and the need for)
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    trated in Geoje Island where Daewoo and sponse to the downfall. Small yards will the Suez Canal and the need for VLCCs. industry has bought itself into without a Samsung call home and control nearly close and we will lose at least one of the Korea enjoyed the double hull regula- world incident of this

  • MR Apr-16#82  completed. Two new Aframax and Suez-
It will sit alongside)
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    has been the variable frequency system. BV’s entire VeriSTAR suite of calcula- strategic partnership with Dassault Sys- completed. Two new Aframax and Suez- It will sit alongside the Onboard tion tools. The power and ease of use of tèmes under which Bureau Veritas will max tanker projects from this designer

  • MT Nov-15#38 . While dredging out a new Suez Canal  work worldwide has)
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    , lends support to the Rolls-Royce business leader’s Mexico. Most maintenance and modi? cations (or M&M) optimistic comment. While dredging out a new Suez Canal work worldwide has been put off by oil majors, judging by the might have helped produce a record pro? t of over 300 million words of nearly

  • MP Q3-15#33  or east coast, the  of both the Suez and Panama Canals, as 
likelihoo)
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    only going to get ports means that if you are not the larg- larger, thanks in part to the expansion est port on the west or east coast, the of both the Suez and Panama Canals, as likelihood of investing in automation well continued economic turbulence that will be slim. The margins are very small makes

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  • MR Sep-15#34  expanded cargo  the Suez Canal the heart of Europe)
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    map and draw a straight line from and unload containers onto barges capa- neuverability, and the ballasting opera- ble of accommodating expanded cargo the Suez Canal the heart of Europe and ble of holding 384 TEUs. These class-v tion to allow the docking of barges will volumes. The project will also convert

  • MR Sep-15#26 ?  cation 
• A plot to bomb the Suez Canal was  rienced integrator)
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    at sea; cept of Operations (CONOPS) the expe- tections are available and in place, it is ern and legacy radars and Identi? cation • A plot to bomb the Suez Canal was rienced integrator will choose appropri- the author’s opinion that more attention Friend or Foe (IFF) systems. revealed in 2015; ate sensors