LISA

  • General
    • Vessel Name : LISA
    • Operator : A & S TRANSPORTATION
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Liquid Tank Barge (Double Hull)
    • Vessel Type : Liquid Cargo Barge (Double Hull)
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
  • Location
    • City : SOUTH KEARNY
    • STATE : NJ
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 4076
    • Full Load Capacity : 8000 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 272 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 68 Feet
    • Overall Length : 272 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 68 Feet
    • Load draft : 17.2 Feet
    • Light Draft : 3.5 Feet
    • Height : 40 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1959
    • EQUIP1 : 2-TON BOOM
    • Coast Guard Number : 278314

A & S TRANSPORTATION

  • Area of Operation : NEW YORK HARBOR TO DUMPING GROUNDS
  • Principal Commodity : SLUDGE AND WASTE MATERIAL

MARIA

  • Type : Break Bulk / RO-RO Carrier
  • Construction : Steel

DINA MARIE

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

News

Arctic Oil Expansion Panned by Scientists

Arctic Oil Expansion Panned by Scientists

A group of 37 U.S.-based scientists whose research focuses on Arctic wildlife asked two U.S. senators in a letter on Thursday not to open the National Arctic Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas exploration, according to a copy seen by Reuters.   The scientists, including several retired former officials from the Alaska Department of Fish & Game, the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S.

China Ramps up Role in Brazilian Transport Infrastructure

China Ramps up Role in Brazilian Transport Infrastructure

Chinese companies signed commitments on Friday to finance and build railways and ports that will help Brazil export iron ore and soybeans, the two main commodities it sells to China, during a state visit by Brazilian President Michel Temer.   China Communication Construction Co Ltd agreed to finance the expansion of the Amazon basin port of Itaqui in the state of Maranhão

Trump Administration Approves Eni Plan to Drill Offshore Alaska

Trump Administration Approves Eni Plan to Drill Offshore Alaska

Eni US will become the first energy company allowed to explore for oil in federal waters off Alaska since 2015 after the Trump administration this week approved a drilling plan on leases the company has been sitting on for 10 years.   The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management approved the drilling plan of Eni US

Celebrity Cruises Reveals Celebrity Edge

Celebrity Cruises Reveals Celebrity Edge

Richard Fain, the chief executive officer of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.and Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, CEO of Celebrity Cruises—one of three brands in the Royal Caribbean family—announced a new category of ship that, among other transformational design moves, brings stateroom balconies indoors.

US Post-election Shipping Rally Raises Interest, Questions

US Post-election Shipping Rally Raises Interest, Questions

Shares of U.S. shipping companies shot higher again on Wednesday, causing volatility halts in a number of stocks and raising questions among investors and analysts over the extent of their sharp post-election rally.   The jump in share prices and unusually heavy trading volume even surprised analysts who follow the stocks

Bids Close on Lebanon Offshore Energy Blocks

Lebanon's energy minister Cesar Abi Khalil on Thursday said a tender had closed on a first round of offshore energy blocks, without saying how many companies had bid.   It will take years for revenue from any of the blocks to start flowing to the country, he said in a televised news conference.   "The first licensing round for oil exploration closed," he said.

Six Companies Buy Oil from US Emergency Crude Reserve

Six companies bought 14 million barrels of oil from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve in a sale required by law to help fund medical research and the federal government, said the Department of Energy on Thursday.   BP Oil Supply, Exxon Mobil Corp, Phillips 66 , Shell Trading, Valero Marketing and Supply Company, and Macquarie Commodities Trading bought oil from the reserve

Carnival Cruise Ships Blocked from Port by Hurricane Harvey

Carnival Corp said on Friday that three of its cruise ships are unable to return to the Port of Galveston, Texas, which is closed ahead of Hurricane Harvey. Two of the ships, the Carnival Freedom and the Carnival Valor, will head for New Orleans where they will pick up fresh supplies.

US to Relax Rules Protecting Sage Grouse, a Win for Oil

US to Relax Rules Protecting Sage Grouse, a Win for Oil

The U.S. Interior Department on Monday launched an overhaul to an Obama-era plan to protect sage grouse that it says aims to both preserve the species of bird while expanding opportunities for oil development in western states where they live.   The move is a win for the drilling industry which had long argued that the plan developed by former President Barack Obama was too restrictive

Petronas Halts Western Canadian LNG Project

Malaysia's state-owned energy company Petronas will not proceed with a proposed C$36 billion ($28.8 billion) liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in western Canada because of weak global prices, the company said on Tuesday.   The news is a heavy blow to Canada's ambitions to become a global LNG player. Of more than a dozen projects proposed for the west coast of British Columbia only the C$1.

US to Speed Approval for O&G Exploration on Federal Land

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on Thursday signed an order to hold more lease sales and to speed up approving permits to explore for oil and gas on federal land, a process he said got bogged down under former President Barack Obama.   The order is the latest move by the administration of President Donald Trump to make it easier to drill and mine on federal land

Arctic Drilling Ban Gives Canada Leg Up -US Lawmakers

Arctic Drilling Ban Gives Canada Leg Up -US Lawmakers

U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday slammed an agreement made with Canada to ban offshore Arctic drilling, saying Ottawa's plan to review its ban every five years gives Canada a leg up on energy exploration.   U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday announced a ban on new oil and gas drilling federal waters in the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans, while Canada instituted a similar ban in its Arctic waters.