ANNE ELIZABETH

Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Tank Barge Oct 4 2010 12:00AM United States of America 1228172 Portland, OR
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
74.15 19.85 2746 1403 5748.94

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ANNE ELIZABETH Owner, Manager, Shipyard

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Greece Emerging as Hub for Russian Ship-to-ship Fuel Oil Exports

Greece Emerging as Hub for Russian Ship-to-ship Fuel Oil Exports

25 minutes ago
Russian fuel oil arrivals offshore Greece jumped to record levels in April, as sanctions on Moscow drive traders to find new ways to export Russian oil via ship-to-ship (STS) loadings, Refinitiv Eikon data showed and sources said.Trading Russian crude and oil products remains legal for now as the European Union is yet to fully agree on a proposed embargo, but banking and other financial sanctions on Russia following its invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24 has made it increasingly more difficult to do so.In April, shipments of Russian fuel oil with Greece as a destination reached nearly 0.9 million tonnes, about double March levels and could reach new records in May, according to Refinitiv data.
Water Treatment: Inside WETT Technology for Oily and Black Water Treatment on Ships

Water Treatment: Inside WETT Technology for Oily and Black Water Treatment on Ships

16 minutes ago
Attracted by the environmental mission of Terragon Environmental Technologies, Dr. Ramona Pristavita, Terragon’s Vice President of Engineering, discusses the operational advances and advantages that Wastewater Electrochemical Treatment Technology (WETT) offers to shipowners.Handling a variety of shipboard waste water efficiently, effectively, is a central tenant to ship operations.Operating in the harsh saltwater environment, with a broad spectrum of ship movements and vibrations, waste water treatment systems on ships at sea must be rugged and adaptive, able to handle a variety of contaminants while requiring minimal crew intervention and maintenance
Corvus Energy to Open US Battery Factory

Corvus Energy to Open US Battery Factory

36 minutes ago
Corvus Energy, supplier of battery energy storage systems (BESS) for marine applications, announced plans to open a new factory in the state of Washington to help meet demand for marine BESS in the Americas as the marine industry accelerates its adoption of decarbonization technology to meet global emissions reduction targets.The manufacturing facility—located just north of Seattle in the Port of Bellingham—will have an annual capacity of 200 MWh of stored energy capacity as forecasts predict a huge increase in demand as decarbonization pushes forward—estimating a $800 million market for maritime energy storage systems in 2030.
Greensea Promotes Allen to VP of Operations

Greensea Promotes Allen to VP of Operations

44 minutes ago
Marine robotics technology specialist, Greensea, has promoted Chelsea Allen to Vice President of Operations in response to the company's ongoing growth and subsequent strategic management and operational needs.Ben Kinnaman, Founder and CEO at Greensea, welcomes the promotion: "The ocean robotics industry has entered a period of rapid change, and we need to have the best leaders positioned to take full advantage of these changes. Chelsea is a natural leader. As the organization grows and as we add new companies to the Greensea family, I trust that Chelsea is the leader Greensea needs to guide our organization.
Baltic Dry Index Gains as Rates Firm for All Vessels

Baltic Dry Index Gains as Rates Firm for All Vessels

an hour ago
The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index rose on Thursday, due to higher rates for all vessels.The overall index, which factors in rates for capesize, panamax, supramax and handysize shipping vessels, was up 100 points, or 3.1%, at 3,289 points, the highest since December 9.The capesize index gained 221 points, or 5.31%, to 4,385 points.Average daily earnings for capesizes, which typically transport 150,000-tonne cargoes such as iron ore and coal, were up $1,837 at $36,368.Strong demand for vessels in the far East, with increased activity in both West Australia and Indonesia, is impacting "nearby laycans out of South Africa which see limited amount of tonnage available