Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Articles from the September 1, 2019 edition

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Real Estate

The UK Telegraph reports that billions of tons of ice in Greenland are melting 50 years ahead of climate change schedules, leading to the surreal spectacle of children playing in the Arctic sea due... Full story

 

Trade With Asia: Uncertain Times

For more than a year, trade with Asia has taken a series of interesting and rather dramatic turns, to say the least. Disagreements between the US and China have led to an ongoing trade dispute that... Full story

 

Ocean and Coastal Towing: New Legislation Poses Challenges

For everyone involved in the towing and ship-docking business on the West Coast, this year has presented at least three legislative issues that have collectively created the biggest challenge to the... Full story

 

Spill Response: Using the Best Available Technology

In 2018, 26 oil spills of 2,200 gallons or more occurred in the United States, according to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Each year, regional Coast Guard units also... Full story

 

If the Shoe Fits...

Most of us have a wide variety of footwear we can choose to wear on the job. Seamen, however, are quite limited in their choices. If a seaman chooses the wrong footwear and is injured as a result,... Full story

 

Above Board

In 2020, the world’s first LNG Bunker ATB will be afloat and ready for servicing LNG-fueled ships. The vessel is being built for Quality Liquefied Natural Gas Transport, Harvey Gulf’s Shane Guidry and HGIM. It is currently under construction in... Full story

 

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