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Articles from the February 1, 2013 edition

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 By Jim Shaw    Features    February 1, 2013

Going to Gas

Federal Way, Washington-based TOTE’s recent announcement that it had contracted two LNG-fueled container ships from San Diego’s NASSCO shipyard is one in a growing number of such orders, although...


Safety First at Foss

While the waterfront has become much safer over the years, working on the water can be inherently dangerous. But Al Rainsberger says it doesn’t have to be. Rainsberger, Director of Health and...


Ports of LA and Long Beach Looking Toward the Future

Both the Los Angeles and Long Beach sides of America’s largest port complex had their share of significant and noteworthy events in 2002, from highs in monthly container volumes to first-time...


Piracy & Maritime Terrorism: A 35 Year Retrospective

Captain Graham began giving weekend seminars for the California Maritime Academy’s Continuing Education Department to those interested in the maritime matters in 1975, while on leave from the Navy...


Royally Shelled

On January 1, 2013 the Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) drilling rig Kulluk went aground on Sitkalidak Island, Alaska when the towing line failed while the rig was being towed from Dutch Harbor to Seattle...


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