Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Articles from the November 1, 2016 edition

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Regional Report: Puget Sound

Puget Sound has been a active place this year, with new vessel construction and port and terminal infrastructure upgrades. At Anacortes, in northern Puget Sound, Dakota Creek Shipyard has been busy... Full story

 
 By Jim Shaw    Features    November 1, 2016

The World's Biggest Ships

Considered the world's largest ship by displacement, beam and volume, the 1,253-foot by 407-foot topsides removal/installation vessel Pioneering Spirit (see Pacific Maritime Magazine, March 2016) comp... Full story

 

Marine Software and Technology

Maritime software and technology has an increasingly important role to play in the safety of vessel operations and in helping organizations work more efficiently. Simulation training is part of... Full story

 

Pay Attention!

Accidents and injuries happen on vessels. Sometimes the vessel owner is to blame for being negligent or having an unseaworthy vessel. However, compensation for an injury on a vessel may be denied if... Full story

 

California's Marine Invasive Species Program Needs to Adopt IMO Standards

In 2003, the California Marine Invasive Species Act named the State Lands Commission as custodian of California waters. The Act, and the regulations that followed, established a program to safeguard our ports and harbors from invasive aquatic... Full story

 

Major Arctic Oil Finds

Two oil companies are claiming recent oil discoveries north of the Arctic Circle that could produce a combined 10 billion barrels of oil. Earlier this year, Colorado-based Armstrong Energy announced... Full story

 

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