Tropical storm disrupts US Gulf lightering operations

Sep 16 2021


Lightering operations on the US Gulf coast have been stopped and are expected to see up to three-day delays because of tropical storm Nicholas.

 

 

>>Argus Media<<


Related News

Oil tanker owner, operator fined $3 million for pollution crimes

(May 12 2022)

Liquimar Tankers Management Services Inc. and Evridiki Navigation Inc. were sentenced to a total of $3 million in criminal fines and a five-year probation period after being convicted in Delaware on charges of violating the Act to Prevent Pollution f...



Furetank implements innovative systems protecting underwater environment

(Apr 29 2022)

Many onboard and underwater systems are traditionally based on chemicals that are inevitably released to the oceans to some extent. With the VINGA vessel series, Furetank has taken several innovative measures in order to leave harmful substances behi...



Exxon Valdez anniversary webinar

(Mar 17 2022)

Webinar Invitation.



Oil tanker investigated after Thai Navy spots waste off the coast of Chon Buri

(Feb 24 2022)

Thai authorities are investigating an oil tanker after waste was found floating near an island off the coast of Chon Buri’s Sattahip district, according to a Royal Thai Navy spokesperson.



Denmark must draw the global transition of shipping

(Jan 20 2022)

Danish Shipping is now launching its new strategy to set the course for the next three years. The aim is to accelerate the global green transition of shipping.



June July 2022

SIRE 2.0 - OCIMF and Columbia Ship Management perspective; seafarer mental health; EU ETS costs; 33 years after Exxon Valdez; resolving BWTS problems