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Jim McClaugherty has joined SeaTrepid International, an underwater engineering organization specializing in applied robotic solutions in support of petroleum, military and scientific applications, as senior sales manager for the Gulf of Mexico.
In this video, Coast Guard cutter Hamilton performs sea trials in the Gulf of Mexico.
Stanley H. Kays, 96, of McNabb, died on Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014, at his residence.
Today the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga will begin its voyage to ESCO Marine where her 59,000 tons of steel will be recycled. Signet Maritime Corporation's offshore towing vessel, Signet Warhorse III, will tow the USS Saratoga on its final journey.
A Coast Guard rescue helicopter crew medevaced a 32-year-old crewmember off an Italian-flagged tanker Wednesday, after he suffered an injury from a snapped fender wire that struck his chest 38 miles off Galveston, Texas.
Austal Limited (ASX:ASB) yesterday announced it has completed the sale of “Austal Hull 270”, the company’s 102 m trimaran stock vessel to Channel Islands' ferry operator Condor Ferries, for $61.5 million.
Today’s Western Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale 238 attracted $109,951,644 million in high bids for 81 tracts covering 433,823 acres on the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf offshore Texas.
McDermott International (NYSE:MDR) announced this week that one of its subsidiaries has entered into an agreement with Anadarko Petroleum Corporation to provide construction and decommissioning support services on the Red Hawk project.
The fourth National Security Cutter, Hamilton, successfully completed several days of rigorous acceptance trials Thursday to ensure the cutter meets its contractual requirements and is ready for delivery to the Coast Guard.
This Wednesday, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management Gulf of Mexico Regional Director John Rodi will open the Gulf of Mexico Western Planning Area Lease Sale 238.
Workboat sighted in Houma
Heading to Houma, La., to do a story on a new OSV at Gulf Island Marine Fabricators.
Author: Ken Hocke
September 29, 2014
Hamburg’s economic lifeline
Hamburg, the second biggest container port in Europe and the 11th largest in the world, is truly impressive.
Author: David Krapf
September 25, 2014
Shipyard insurance 101
This look at the major areas that need insurance coverage at shipbuilding and ship repair facilities may answer some questions why marine repair work seems so expensive.
Author: Gene McKeever
September 25, 2014
Are barges the new railcars?
A new report from Kevin Sterling’s analyst team at BB&T Capital Markets, begins by rhetorically asking whether a “barge is becoming the new railcar” for movements of crude oil.
Author: Barry Parker
September 23, 2014