Archive of: Economy

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Alaska pilot, 'Jordan of ice' spearhead winter fuel delivery to Nome

May 2012

GMATS at Kings Point to be shuttered in July

March 2012

Hornbeck orders 16 OSVs, boosting confidence in Gulf deepwater outlook

March 2012

International container feeder service launched between Boston and Halifax

December/January 2012

With a surplus of U.S. gas, LNG terminals look to export markets

An anticipated boom in natural gas imports to the United States led to a flurry of new proposals for liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminals, but the recent development of new techniques to extract natural gas from shale formations has turned the natural gas market upside down, with companies now seeking to build terminals to export LNG.

October/November 2011

Trucking firm hires Foss to transport wind turbines on ocean barges

Last year Anderson Trucking Service (ATS), a St. Cloud, Minn.-based company that specializes in transporting heavy haul and unusual cargo, had to get 40 massive wind generators from Washington state to California as quickly as possible.

September 2011

Canadian company orders five lakers, Wheat Board orders two others

Bullish on Great Lakes shipping, Algoma Central Corp., of St. Catharines, Ont., is investing nearly $400 million in a fleet renewal program involving the purchase of five new Equinox-class bulk carriers.

August 2011

Aker Philadelphia gets a reprieve with state infusion of $42 million

June/July 2011

DNV proposes ballast-free crude carrierable to cut pollution while reducing costs

June/July 2011
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