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  • 6 June 2006

    The British Hawthorn tanker recently left Ceyhan in Turkey with the first cargo of Caspian oil from the BP-operated Baku Tbilisi Ceyhan (BTC) oil pipeline, where Statoil has an 8.71% interest. The 1768-kilometre pipeline runs from Baku in Azerbaijan, via Tbilisi in Georgia, to the Turkish city of Ceyhan at the Mediterranean. The event marked […]

  • 30 May 2006

    Ocean Isle Beach | After years of disappearing sand and even some disappearing oceanfront homes, the seriously eroded east end of this Brunswick County resort town is finally getting some relief. New sand is being pumped from the nearby Shallotte Inlet crossing of the Intracoastal Waterway, but there’s no guarantee as to how long it […]

  • 11 April 2006

    There is a ridge of high pressure ahead of the boats, some 1,000 nautical miles away, which will stop the fleet in its tracks, but at the moment there is some compression going on as ABN AMRO ONE runs into some lighter winds. All the fleet close on the leader and at last ABN AMRO […]

  • 15 March 2006

    Global ocean transportation leader APL runs the best marine terminal at the most important ports in the U.S. That

  • 21 February 2006

    Vietship 2006, the third international exhibition on shipbuilding, marine technology and transportation opened today in Ha Noi and runs through Feb. 24.

  • 24 January 2006

    These are technologically advanced boats, which produce record setting 24 hour runs of 565 miles that the media is so happy to write about. What goes with that is potential to break things. Two things will happen as we go forward; 1, the sailors will learn to manage “the edge” better, and 2, we will […]

  • 16 January 2006

    Transas is glad to announce the signing of the new contract with Palmali Shipping, one of the largest shipping companies in Turkey, for the procurement of the navigational equipment set for 5 vessels. The sum of the contract runs up to more than 1 mln EURO. The vessels are dry cargo ships planned for construction […]

  • 28 June 2005

    The group, Save Our Shipyard, wants to send 50 busloads of supporters to the hearing, where federal commissioners will gather testimony that will help them decide the fate of the shipyard and other military installations slated to be closed. The Pentagon has recommended that the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery and the Defense Finance and […]

  • 8 June 2005

    The water running into Rose Bay should get even cleaner as the City Council discusses dredging another phase of a 2-mile-long feeder canal. Engineers are suggesting the city spend $1.2 million in grants and city funds to dredge silt from the canal that runs from First Baptist Church of Harbor Oaks on U.S. 1 to […]

  • 8 June 2005

    With a gentle breeze blowing through this quiet Mediterranean harbor yesterday, a Boston area couple on a sailboat voyage around the world recounted the details of a harrowing brush with Yemeni pirates in the Red Sea and a shootout the couple says could easily have ended with the deaths of five Americans. Jay Barry and […]

  • 25 May 2005

    The fourth owner in about as many years has control of the city’s former Steuart shipyard — illustrating, property watchers say, the lucrative real estate market in rural Lower Shore waterfront communities. “There was a profit involved; you won’t die rich if you don’t get a profit,” said Rick Evans, an owner of Chesapeake Realty, […]

  • 11 May 2005

    Across Maine and New Hampshire, Tuesday marked a period of calm before a potential storm for thousands of civilian workers along with sailors and their families awaiting word on whether the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and the Brunswick Naval Air Station will be targeted for closure. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld will announce Friday which of the […]