Tugs & Barges
MARCH 11, 2014 — Seattle-based naval architecture and marine engineering firm Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) has obtained approval in principle from ABS for the design of a 2,000 cubic meter liquefied natural gas (LNG)…
MARCH 4, 2014 — Bouchard Transportation, Melville, NY, America's largest independently owned ocean-going petroleum barge company, Bouchard Transportation, has promoted Captain Robert W. Glas to Vice-President of Regulatory Affairs. Captain Glas will interact with regulatory…
MARCH 3, 2014 — Crowley Maritime Corp.'s ocean class tugs have successfully delivered oversized, overweight equipment — comprised of topsides, tendons, piles and more — that are now part of the massive semi-submersible Jack/St. Malo…
FEBRUARY 27, 2014 — Crowley Maritime Corporation reports that Scott Hoggarth has been promoted to vice president, West Coast harbor ship assist and tanker escort services. He has assumed new overall responsibilities for marine operations…
FEBRUARY 26, 2014 — Turkey's Uzmar Shipyard has delivered the first two in a series of eight advanced diesel electric shallow draft river push boats to Brazil's Hidrovias do Brasil S.A. The push boats will…
FEBRUARY 26, 2014 — The Panama Canal Authority has invested in a new generation of powerful tugs with the muscle needed to handle the larger ships of the Post-Panamax era. In the last four years…
FEBRUARY 24, 2014 — The Mississippi River has reopened with restrictions as of approximately 1:30 p.m..  Mariners must comply with a broadcast notice to mariners being issued for river transits by the Coast Guard. A…
FEBRUARY 24, 2014 — Jensen Maritime, Crowley Maritime Corp.'s Seattle-based naval architecture and marine engineering company, has been awarded a contract to design some of the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunker barges in the…
FEBRUARY 20, 2014 — The world's first LNG fueled escort tug, the Borgøy owned by Buksér og Berging AS, has notched up another first by becoming the first seagoing vessel to be bunkered with LNG…
FEBRUARY 10, 2014 — Designed for open ocean towing, the winch systems of two ASD tugs built for Dover, DE, headquartered Hyak Maritime LLC are independent and redundant. The 120 ft x 35 ft x…
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