British Columbia

  • Vessel operators have an additional tool in their arsenal for preventing oil spills during bunkering operations.  

    “Bunkering Best Practices: Protecting People and the Environment” is a free, 14-minute training video that demonstrates bunkering best practices applicable to the North American West Coast. That said; any marine operator – located anywhere on the globe – can glean valuable ‘take-aways’ from this video. The states of Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington, and the province of British Columbia collaborated on the project with support from the Pacific States/British Columbia Oil Spill Task Force (Task Force). An additional section addresses state-specific regulations for Washington and California.
    The idea for this training tool first emerged following a bunkering accident that occurred in California in 2009. The oil tanker Dubai Star released 400 gallons of Heavy Fuel Oil during bunkering while anchored in San Francisco and Alameda. After remaining offshore temporarily, the oil moved east and washed up on the shorelines of Alameda and Bay Farms Islands, contaminating more than 200 acres of rocky intertidal, sandy beach, saltmarsh/tidal flats, and eelgrass habitat. An estimated 186 birds died during the incident and closures at Crown Beach lasted 25 days. Portions of Alameda and Bay Farm Islands were closed to fishing for nearly a month. Vessel operations were also affected in the area during the cleanup operation.
    As a result of this spill, the California’s Office of Oil Spill Prevention and Response engaged its five Harbor Safety Committees to develop best practices for bunkering operations. The project evolved into “Bunkering Best Practices: Protecting People and the Environment” which can be viewed online or downloaded – FREE – at: http://oilspilltaskforce.org/ourwork/bunkering-video/
    “This video along with our current oil transport tracking project, are some examples of the important work that the Task Force states collaborate on to ensure oil spill policies and best practices are consistent throughout the Pacific Coast states and British Columbia. The benefit of the Task Force is to share resources so not to duplicate or reinvent efforts,” said Sarah Brace, Executive Coordinator of the Task Force.
    Through a memorandum signed by the governors of Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and California, and the premier of British Columbia, the Task Force was formed in 1989. Hawaii joined in 2001. The non-profit organization focuses on working with member jurisdictions and stakeholders in planning, policy and outreach in spill prevention, preparedness and response. To learn more about the Pacific States/British Columbia Oil Spill Task Force, please visit http://oilspilltaskforce.org/


    (As published in the July 2015 edition of Marine News - http://magazines.marinelink.com/Magazines/MaritimeNews)

  • though the colony is establishing its own independent maritime registry. The Canadian plan, which was outlined recently in Vancouver, British Columbia, would allow shipowners in Hong Kong to operate in Canada without having international earnings liable to Canadian tax. Michael Farlie, executive

  • Canadian natural gas, which is presently in surplus supply. Dome Petroleum advised that the purchase of the required gas will be made through the British Columbia Petroleum Corporation, thereby ensuring that all producers of natural gas in British Columbia will share equally in this sale

  • MacMillan Bloedel, Vancouver, British Columbia, has ordered the world's second self-propelled log carrier to be built in Victoria by Yarrows Ltd., at a cost of almost $14 million. The keel will be laid October 1 in Victoria, British Columbia by Yarrows, a member of the Burrard- Yarrows Group

  • C. Blanding, assistant vice president, American Bureau of Shipping, New York, N.Y.; J. Byrn, president Genstar Marine Ltd., North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; C. Chao, president, China Union Lines Limited, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China; Peter Constas, vice president, Avon Steamship Co

  • A Canadian company, Mari time Industries Ltd. of Burnaby British Columbia, has been award ed a U.S. Navy contract to supplj 20 of its Mariner L-295 steerabk propeller propulsion units. Value of the contract is $l/i million, and is the second substantial contract against international competition

  • . For a free copy of the brochure write to Capt. C.M.C. Meiklejohn, Columbia Offshore Technical Services Ltd., 1600 West 6th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6J 1R3

  • contracts with Pacific Logging, Doman Industries Ltd., and other companies. The new barge will operate between logging camps on the northern British Columbia Coast and the west coast of Vancouver Island to Booming Grounds in southern British Columbia

  • The Fourth British Columbia Towboat Industry Conference will be held at the Empress Hotel, Victoria, British Columbia, March 21-22, 1980. The theme of the conference this year will be "The Tug and its Environment." The meeting will be sponsored by the Council of Marine Carriers and B.C. Towboat

  • Rivtow Straits Ltd. of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, has announced the awarding of a contract for its largest vessel yet. Designed by Talbot Jackson & Associates, also of Vancouver, the twin-screw tug will be built by John Manly Shipyard in Vancouver, with delivery schededuled for late 1981.

  • speed loaded in the 30- to 32- knot range," he said. "It's a fast boat." The Ootsa Ranger will operate on the 100-mile-long Nechako Reservoir in British Columbia. She will be used to ferry about 10 loggers to and from harvesting sites, which range as far as 60 miles from the boat's base of operations

  • center in Seattle, Wash., and has named M & K Sales Co., Seattle, as manufacturer's representative serving Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia, Canada. Moffitt, a leading distributor of marine bearings, will establish a complete stock of B.F. Goodrich Cutless® marine bearings in sleeve an

  • MT Apr-19#23 .
UNDERWATER DRONES
of British Columbia, sun?  ower sea )
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 23

    , Hakai path. Institute and the National Oceanic and “In California, Washington and parts Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). UNDERWATER DRONES of British Columbia, sun? ower sea Between 2006 and 2017, scientists and trained citizen scientists with Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) conducted

  • MT Apr-19#22 , north of Vancouver, 
British Columbia, on 
October 9, 2013)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 22

    a lethal disease, Thousands of sun? ower sea stars swarm Croker Rock near Croker Island, located in the Indian Arm fjord, north of Vancouver, British Columbia, on October 9, 2013. Three weeks later, in the sec- ond photo, the sea stars have vanished. Credit: Neil McDaniel April 2019 22 MTR MTR #3

  • MR May-19#37  with these issues  for British tourists chasing the)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 37

    , as well as extend the season bard, where he has been Chairman of Skjeldam, the company’s CEO, said, the forefront in dealing with these issues for British tourists chasing the North- the Board since 2012; Norwegian Finans “extremely bullish”. And when asked by refusing to engage in ‘over-tourism’

  • MR Apr-19#38  RMN currently operates two British-built frig-
and participate)
    April 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 38

    reliable warships. them. Here are several examples. that it is not a singular naval entity, and must rely on, The RMN currently operates two British-built frig- and participate actively in international cooperation. ates, KD Lekiu and KD Jebat, which are being given Peru Patrols Amazon Rainforest

  • MT Jan-19#58 Preview OiA 2019
and strategies, the ? oor will then be)
    January 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    Preview OiA 2019 and strategies, the ? oor will then be the global database. We certainly are not handed over to six panellists who will alone in our ability to participate, and each deliver a short presentation elabo- there is tremendous potential for organ- rating upon various aspects of Seabed

  • MT Jan-19#54  size is being  of the British Columbia coast. This site)
    January 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 54

    both sediment in Bute Inlet, one of the principal inlets control, accuracy and speed of a hu- concentration and sediment size is being of the British Columbia coast. This site man diver. The system is designed with built by ASL Environmental Sciences was selected due to its large number two identical

  • MP Q1-19#43 , St. Maarten, Tortola in the British Virgin 
Oceania Cruises)
    Jan/Feb 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 43

    cruise will include Antigua and Barbuda, Seas and welcomed the newly renovated Mariner of the Seas. St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Maarten, Tortola in the British Virgin Oceania Cruises and Disney Cruise Line extended their winter Islands and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve. seasons. The port also welcomed three

  • MR Feb-19#29  to LNG. 
Its Spirit of British Columbia (2,100 
CMY
passengers/cre)
    February 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 29

    , NoisE ANd MAiNTENANcE cosTs.” C M Y CM MY as far as north as Prince Rupert, is con- CY verting two of its largest vessels to LNG. Its Spirit of British Columbia (2,100 CMY passengers/crew and 358 cars capacity) K returned to service in June, 2018 after being converted at the Remontowa Ship Repair Yard

  • MR Feb-19#24 V
VOICES: Kenneth Dastol, CEO, Zenitel Group
Photo: Greg)
    February 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 24

    V VOICES: Kenneth Dastol, CEO, Zenitel Group Photo: Greg Trauthwein Dastol Zenitel Group is a growing force in the world of maritime and offshore communications, as Kenneth Dastol, CEO & President, Zenitel Group, explained. Photo: Zenitel By Greg Trauthwein Please give an overview of Zenitel Group today.

  • MN Feb-19#50 VESSELS
Jensen’s Design for Shaver Transportation’s New)
    February 2019 - Marine News page: 50

    VESSELS Jensen’s Design for Shaver Transportation’s New Tugboat purpose tug was built at Diversifed Marine Inc., in Port- land, Ore., and is operating along the West Coast. The tug is ABS-classed and carries a FFV1 frefghting notation. The 112-foot by 44-foot tug has a 22-foot draft, was built for escort

  • MR Jan-19#49 Case Study 
Dole & Talusia Optima
Following the introduction)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 49

    Case Study Dole & Talusia Optima Following the introduction of the 0.1% sulfur cap imposed within ECAs off the U.S. coast in 2015, Dole realized it had a problem. The engines of two of its vessels, ‘Dole Chile’ and ‘Dole Columbia’, which had been transporting fresh fruit from South to North America for

  • MR Jan-19#34  four 
cellent ?  eets of British Columbia. In the  cle, Cummins)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 34

    amongst the ex- novation, a new in-line 6-cylinder, 4-cy- engineers in the business now, which competition, BIW was awarded four cellent ? eets of British Columbia. In the cle, Cummins KTA19 marine engine is pretty unique on the South Coast (of ships. The Navy held a separate com- years since the boats

  • MN Jan-19#56 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
AdobeStock_CREDIT Renaschild
Illinois)
    January 2019 - Marine News page: 56

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS AdobeStock_CREDIT Renaschild Illinois Soybean Association Vessel Incidental Discharge Act World Fuel Services multi-mission dry dock and other USCG develops implementing regula- ISA Rallies U.S. Growers to upgrades at Portsmouth Naval Ship- tions for those NSPs (~ 4 years). The

  • MN Jan-19#44  to  Almost 75 years after British Royal Engineers built)
    January 2019 - Marine News page: 44

    and producing concrete tems might just be the place to drop anchor. ? oating structures. The company’s heritage dates back to Almost 75 years after British Royal Engineers built a 1918 in Sweden, where the early designs and product de- complete Mulberry Harbor out of 600,000 tons of con- velopment began

  • MN Jan-19#39 PASSENGER VESSEL OUTLOOK
ne year ago, we reported on)
    January 2019 - Marine News page: 39

    PASSENGER VESSEL OUTLOOK ne year ago, we reported on vacation river cruising, Columbia and Snake Rivers, starting in March. presenting an industry mostly on the optimistic side In November, ACL launched its second new riverboat O of growth and expansion for 2018. This year’s review – American Harmony

  • MR Dec-18#41  Shipping took delivery of British  with greater ?  exibility)
    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 41

    GREAT SHIPS First of Six New LNG First of Six New LNG Carriers Delivered to BPCarriers Delivered to BP Photos: BP Shipping BP Shipping took delivery of British with greater ? exibility in terms of the perature where it returns to liquid form ship discharges. Partner, the ? rst of a half dozen new places

  • MR Dec-18#2  New LNG Carriers for BP
41 British Partner: 
42 Mein Schiff)
    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 2

    M/V National Geographic Venture: Purpose-built expedition cruise ship 40 El Coqui: First LNG-Powered ConRo First of Six New LNG Carriers for BP 41 British Partner: 42 Mein Schiff 1: TUI Cruises’ new 315 m ? agship 43 MV Fehn Pollux: An MV became a sailing ship 44 Daniel K. Inouye: Matson’sLNG-Ready

  • MN Dec-18#22  spill near Bella Bella, British Columbia from 
Region 2, Oil)
    December 2018 - Marine News page: 22

    discovered in the grounding and sinking of the Nathan E. York, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Stewart oil spill near Bella Bella, British Columbia from Region 2, Oil Spill Removal Organizations’ (OSRO), Na- October 13, 2016. tional Response Corporation (NRC) and Marine Spill Re- The articulated

  • MR Nov-18#94  system.  Fraser River in British Columbia, the 
EBDG’s project)
    November 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 94

    on-site at and rescue equipment includes a Jason’s ITB’s Annacis Island facility along the Cradle man-overboard rescue system. Fraser River in British Columbia, the EBDG’s project scope included concept Island Raider was designed with con- and contract design, vessel renderings, siderable emphasis

  • MR Nov-18#52 Extending the “Coast” Guard
When talk turns to the United)
    November 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 52

    Extending the “Coast” Guard When talk turns to the United States Coast Guard, to those not in the know the assumption is activities are con? ned to water and air patrol in and around the physical coastlines of the United States. But as Admiral Karl Schultz, Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, explains

  • MN Nov-18#97  marketing 
in Alberta and British Columbia. 
ety of ferry projects)
    November 2018 - Marine News page: 97

    editor. He completed ditionally, he will support dealers role that involved him in a wide vari- his MBA and also started a marketing in Alberta and British Columbia. ety of ferry projects. As Sales Director and advertising agency, of which he is Garinger also has experience as an engineer, including mechanical

  • MN Nov-18#93 VESSELS
Infrastructure Resource in South Florida
Florida)
    November 2018 - Marine News page: 93

    VESSELS Infrastructure Resource in South Florida Florida Superior Sand, Inc. recently purchased a DSC Wolverine Class dredge for their sand mine site in Palm City. Florida Superior Sand acquired a DSC Wolverine 10-inch dredge to meet the challenges of their new sand mining operations. Florida Superior

  • MN Nov-18#92  in Burnaby, British Columbia. The Island Raider)
    November 2018 - Marine News page: 92

    VESSELS Island Tug and Barge Christens First of Two Tugboats ber 28, during an afternoon ceremony at ITB’s headquar- ters in Burnaby, British Columbia. The Island Raider, along with its sister the Island Regent (delivery February, 2019), was designed by Robert Allan Limited naval architects

  • MP Q3-18#64 .... 17, 18, 20, 21
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    Sep/Oct 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 64

    ..10, 11 Hogland, Forrest ................................................. 39 Port of La Spezia, Italy ....................... 17, 18, 20, 21 Associated British Ports ...................................26, 50 IACS ................................................................... 12 Port of Liverpool .