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NY Navigation Channels: The Really Big Dig

Boston can claim its new tunnel project as the "big dig", but the nearly $3 billion effort to dredge navigation channels in and around New York to 45 — and eventually 50 ft. — is the second largest USACE project; ever. - by Greg Trauthwein The

 

Teekay Enters LNG With Tapias Acquisition

Teekay Shipping Corporation has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Naviera F. Tapias S.A.. a leading independent owner and operator of LNG carriers and crude oil tankers in Spain. Teekay has also entered into an agreement with the shareholders

Leevac To Build Casino Boat To Rodney E. Lay Design

Jacksonville, Fla., naval architects and marine engineers Rodney E. Lay & Associates is completing construction detail drawings for a new 210-foot sidewheel casino vessel which will be owned and operated by Players International and Southern Illinois Riverboat Casino Cruises in Metropolis,

Halter Marine Completes Contract With Tidewater

Halter Marine, Inc., New Orleans, La., has completed an 11 supply boat contract with Tidewater Marine, Inc. with the delivery of the 192-foot Tiger Tide. The Tiger Tide is 192 feet 6 inches with a 40-foot beam and 14-foot depth. She is powered by two EMD 16-645E7B diesel engines developing 2,

Drew Offers Electronic Steam System Monitoring

A new PC-based software from the Drew Marine Division of Ashland Specialty Chemical Company, monitors steam generating water treatment tests and recommends action for out-of-range results. The software, called Drew Watch Electronic Services, is

Coast Guard Improves Inspection Program To Detect Unsafe Tankers

More Oil Is Shipped In U.S. Waters Than Any Other Commodity; Petroleum And Petroleum Products Account For 40 Percent Of The Cargo Shipped Through U.S. Waters C o a s t Guard inspections have not always been reliable in detecting unsafe tankers.

St. Louis Ship Names Cumming And Storck

St. Louis Ship Division of Pott Industries Inc. recently appointed William R. Cumming as sales manager, Gulf Division, and promoted Donald G. Storck to sales manager, Inland Division, according to an announcement by Anthony G. Tobin, executive vice president-marketing.

EnSolve Biosystems1 Senior Scientist Receives Top Honor

Dr. Donald W. Kelemen, senior scientist of EnSolve Biosystems, has been selected as an honoree for the 2000 American Chemical Society's Industrial Innovation Awards Program. Dr. Kelemen is a co-founder of EnSolve Biosystems and played an instrumental

New Liquid Cargo System Introduced By Vu-Gage— Literature Available

A uniquely simple system for measuring and inspecting cargoes of petroleum and chemical tankers and barges is the topic of a new 24-page brochure offered by Vu-Gage System, a Mobil Company. The Vu-Gage® system covered by the brochure has been accepted f o r i n s t a l l a t i o n on U.

New Public Dock Facility At Port Of Iberia Is Reported A Success

The Port of Iberia, New Iberia, La., recently reported that the new public dock facility completed there last year is attracting great interest and is proving to be more profitable than had been anticipated. The new facility, fronting on the port's

 
 
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