MARINE SPILL RESPONSE CORPORATION

Herndon United States

220 Spring Street
Herndon VA 20170
United States

Ships

MAINE RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

MSRC 520

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

MSRC 360

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

LOUISIANA RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

MSRC 402

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: Pascagoula, MS

DEEP BLUE RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: Port Fourchon, LA

MSRC 380

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

MSRC 350

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

PELICAN

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: SEATTLE, WA

MSRC 620

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

MSRC 381

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

FLORIDA RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: Miami, FL

HAWAII RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

SOUTHERN RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

SHEARWATER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: SEATTLE, WA

MSRC 404

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

MSRC 403

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

TEXAS RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: Galveston, TX

MSRC 400

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

NEW JERSEY RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: Perth Amboy, NJ

MISSISSIPPI RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: Pascagoula, MS

PACIFIC RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

DELAWARE RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: Delaware City, DE

MSRC 452

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

MSRC 320

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: Port Hueneme, CA

OREGON RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

MSRC 401

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: WILMINGTON, DE

MSRC 570

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

KITTIWAKE

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: SEATTLE, WA

W.C. PARK RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

OCEAN LIBERTY

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: Richmond, CA

CALIFORNIA RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

MSRC 451

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

GULF COAST RESPONDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

MSRC 680

Tank Barge | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

Maritime News

Putting Palatka Back on the Map

Putting Palatka Back on the Map

7 hours ago
Diverse and conveniently located, St. Johns Ship Building has quickly developed into a reliable partner for its many repeat customers. Today, and as a direct result, a lot more people know exactly where Palatka, Florida is located.On the St Johns River, just 60 miles south of Jacksonville, lies the sleepy town of Palatka, Florida.  Founded as a trading post in 1821, its location on the highly navigable river made the area attractive to orange growers and timber men alike.In its heyday between 1875 and 1900, Palatka – “the gateway to Florida's interior” – was a tourist destination with several posh hotels having the capacity to host up to 6,000 guests.
Prepare Now for 40,000 Offshore Wind Jobs

Prepare Now for 40,000 Offshore Wind Jobs

11 hours ago
The offshore wind industry in the United States is growing exponentially, with multiple projects in the development stages off of the Atlantic coast. The total megawatt capacity of U.S. offshore wind farms is anticipated to reach 22,000 by 2030 and 43,000 by 2050. To support this growth, U.S. Department of Energy reports estimate over 40,000 new jobs will be created by 2030.The new jobs anticipated to support the offshore wind industry include a wide range of types, including engineers, trade workers, surveyors, scientists, technicians, managers, and seafarers. Wind turbine technician has been one of the fastest growing occupations in the United States in recent years.
Exceptional Growth in LNG Trade, Says Awilco

Exceptional Growth in LNG Trade, Says Awilco

2 days ago
The exceptional growth in LNG trade recorded in the first half of the 2019 continued in Q3, says Awilco LNG Group, the Norwegian based fully integrated pure play LNG transportation provider.According to Fearnleys LNG total LNG trade is up about 13 % in the first nine months of the year vs last year. In line with normal seasonal patterns gas prices inched upwards in Q3 but remained historically low due to increased production and muted demand in the Far East.Due to a relatively mild winter reducing gas demand for power generation and higher nuclear power generation in Japan and South Korea, LNG imports decreased by 8 and 9 % y-o-y Jan-Sept respectively
MRS '19 Wraps Up @ SUNY Maritime

MRS '19 Wraps Up @ SUNY Maritime

3 days ago
“The decrease in state spending on higher education is what keeps me awake at night” is how RADM Michael Alfultis, President, SUNY Maritime College, neatly summarized the biggest challenge he faces as the leader of one of the U.S.’ leading maritime universities. “With a small student body (about 1700), the numbers simply don’t work,” noting that while state funding 15 years ago covered two-thirds of the college’s operating expenses, that percentage hovers at or below 30% today.The 10th Annual Maritime Risk Symposium closed yesterday at the Maritime College State University of New York feature a panel of three presidents of leading U.S.
Ulstein Debuts Zero-Emission Offshore Ship Design

Ulstein Debuts Zero-Emission Offshore Ship Design

3 days ago
Ulstein Group unveiled a hydrogen-powered ship design that it claims is market-ready, offering zero-emission marine operations.Recently, DNV GL identified the five most promising alternative fuels for shipping, with hydrogen as the ultimate zero-emission solution. The first complete hydrogen fueled prospect has been put together by Ulstein Design & Solutions BV and Nedstack fuel cell technology BV. The ULSTEIN SX190 Zero Emission DP2 construction support vessel is Ulstein’s first hydrogen powered offshore vessel, featuring a Nedstack fuel cell power system. The DP2 vessel can cater for a large variety of offshore support operations.