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Coos Bay Response Cooperative (CBRC)

Port of Coos Bay Spill Response Cooperative

Driveline Service of Portland, Inc.

Propulsion shafting design, manufacture, and repair.

Englund Marine Supply

Marine and Fishing Supplies

Fiber SenSys LLC

Fiber-Optic Perimeter Security

Fiber SenSys, LLC.

World Leader in Fiber Optic Perimeter and Network Intrusion Dectection

FLIR Systems, Inc.

Navigate safely in total darkness with FLIR’s all-weather thermal imagers. More vessels have put to sea with thermal imagers from FLIR Systems onboard than with any other manufacturer in the world.

Fred Devine Diving & Salvage Co.

Marine Salvage, Diving & Environmental Sampling, Equipment Rental

Fred Wahl Marine Construction, Inc.

Marine Construction and Repairs

Freeman Marine Equipment, Inc.

FREEMAN designs, manufactures and supports high-performance watertight and weather tight closures for: Support & Supply Vessels, Tugs, Rescue & Patrol Craft, Ferries & Passenger Vessels, Mining & Petroleum Projects, Offshore Wind Power Projects

Gunderson, Inc.

Ocean-going Barge Builder

HH Click llc

Commercial photography

INDUSTRIAL SEATING, INC

Manufacture seats and seat bases for marine applications and equipment

INDUSTRIAL SEATING, INC.

Manufacture operator seats and seat bases for all types of equipment.

I-TECT INC.

We make the eye protector for bottom gear to protect the thimble from wear

Linda Sue III Charters Inc.

Boat Charters for surveying and crew changes and fishing

Multnomah Yacht Repair

Full Service Yard

Multnomah Yacht Repair / Multnomah Yacht Harbor

Full Service Repair Facility and Slip Harbor

Nobeltec

Manufacturer of PC Based Navigation Products

Maritime News

IMO2020: The Rise of Bulk Liquid Hydrogen in Norway

IMO2020: The Rise of Bulk Liquid Hydrogen in Norway

5 hours ago
Imagine a power distribution network where excess renewable energy from hydropower, wind, solar, and nuclear energy is converted to hydrogen and used as transportation fuel in the maritime industry. With the allure of a zero emissions fuel, a number of ship owners are starting to seriously consider hydrogen for newly built vessels. As a bold first step, the country of Norway has provided a number of grants to leading maritime companies to conduct feasibility studies into various aspects of this emerging technology sector. Central to this discussion is “how” hydrogen will be transported from its source to end-users.
BHP to Order LNG-Fueled Bulker

BHP to Order LNG-Fueled Bulker

22 hours ago
International mining company BHP BHP floated a bulk carrier tender for LNG-fueled transport for up to 27 million tonnes of its iron ore.The Melbourne-based resource company said in a release that this is the world’s first bulk carrier tender for LNG-fueled  iron ore vessel.The mining giant is considering LNG as a way to eliminate nitrogen oxide and sulfur oxide emissions by launching the world’s first tender for the ships.Rashpal Bhatti, Vice President, Maritime and Supply Chain Excellence said emissions resulting from the transportation and distribution of BHP’s products represent a material source of its value chain emissions (Scope 3).
US Gulf Production Restarting After Barry

US Gulf Production Restarting After Barry

yesterday
U.S. oil companies on Monday began restoring some of the more than nearly 74% production shut at U.S. Gulf of Mexico platforms ahead of Hurricane Barry, the U.S. offshore drilling regulator said.There was 1.3 million barrels per day (bpd) of oil production off line in the U.S.-regulated areas of the Gulf of Mexico on Monday, about 80,000 barrels less than on Sunday, according to the U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE).Workers also were returning to the more than 280 production platforms that had been evacuated. It can take several days for full production to be resumed after a storm leaves the Gulf of Mexico.
Setting the Course for Low Carbon Shipping

Setting the Course for Low Carbon Shipping

yesterday
In a collective call to action for the decarbonization of shipping last year, 34 signatory CEOs from the industry made clear that efforts to significantly lower the carbon footprint of shipping presented “biggest technology challenge in the past 100 years”.This statement was not an exaggeration. In fact, the transition to a low-carbon future will take more than an unprecedented commitment to the research and development that traditionally underpins technological advance.  Finding complex solutions that are at once commercially viable, technically feasible
Maritime Cyber Alert

Maritime Cyber Alert

2 days ago
For some years now, the maritime sector has experienced breaches of various computer and information technology (IT) systems.  Primarily, these breaches have been collateral damage.  The maritime sector has almost never been the intended target.  That does not mean that the damage has been minor.  In June 2017, A.P. Moller-Maersk suffered a major cyber-attack.  The malware had been designed by Russian hackers to disrupt the Ukrainian power sector.  Once released, though, it proved to be indiscriminate, infecting IT systems worldwide that had not been kept up to date.  In the case of A.P.