Bollinger buys Gulf Island’s shipyard division for $28.6 million; Biden nominee would be USCG’s first female 4-star admiral

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Glosten
Bollinger buys Gulf Island’s shipyard division for $28.6 million

Acquisition includes contracts for construction of three research vessels for Oregon State University and five towing, salvage and rescue ships for the Navy.
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Mororka
Biden nominee would be USCG’s first female 4-star admiral

If confirmed as Vice Commandant, Vice Adm. Linda L. Fagan will serve the first woman to be promoted to a 4-star rank in the U.S. Coast Guard.
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Blount
SEA-LNG: World Bank has it wrong on LNG

“Waiting for future fuels and not fully utilizing LNG, which is safe, proven, competitive and available today, is a mistake,” says Peter Keller, chairman of SEA-LNG.
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Subsea
Innovative LNG bunkering tanker is adaptable to zero emissions fuels

Danish naval architectural consultancy Knud E. Hansen is launching the X-gas project, a series of liquified gas/gas bunkering vessels that provides a platform that could be expanded to handle zero emission fuels.
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NCP
Vane Brothers adds another 3,000 hp tug to fleet

Recently delivered by Chesapeake Shipbuilding and Naval Architects, Cape Henry is the eighteenth Maryland-built tug to join the fleet of Baltimore-based Vane Brothers.
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Marine Log Magazine
BV classes Singapore’s first hybrid vessel

Built, owned and operated by Singapore-based Penguin Shipyard International, pilot boat Penguin Tenaga is capable of entirely running in electric mode at five knots for more than 30 minutes.
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