Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Articles from the January 1, 2016 edition

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Earlier this year, Royal Dutch Shell Plc. announced an end to its Arctic operations, after 10 years and $7 billion, citing, in part, “…the challenging, unpredictable federal regulatory environment in offshore Alaska.” The Shell plan foresaw a... Full story


Marine LNG: Partly Cloudy or Partly Sunny?

One could imagine the LNG pioneers – TOTE, Crowley, and Harvey Gulf Marine – looking over their shoulders and asking, "where is everybody?" Underlying this is concern that LNG may be losing its... Full story

 By Jim Shaw    Features    January 1, 2016

The Move to LNG: Gaining Momentum for All Ship Types

The use of LNG as a marine fuel has grown rapidly over the past decade and shows no sign of slackening, with a large number of vessel types now either built to operate on LNG, under construction or... Full story


New Vessel and Tugboat Review

This year's selection of new vessels for West Coast work runs the gamut from big steel ships to small aluminum boats, but all are crucial to the continued success of the West Coast maritime industry... Full story


Fremont Tug Marks 100 Years Service on Lake Union

1915 was a big year on Lake Union. The Lake Washington Ship Canal and the Hiram Chittenden Locks were about to connect the lakes and North Seattle with Puget Sound and the Pacific Ocean. Activity on... Full story


Above Board

A new guide is available for tanker operators to inform and prepare them for piracy attacks in Asia, in particular, oil cargo theft activities. Avoiding and deterring would-be thieves and kidnappers is the ultimate goal, and preventative measures... Full story


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