T & T MARINE, LLC

  • Engineering District : Memphis
  • TSO Series Number : TS-4 Transportation Lines on the Mississippi River System and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway
  • Principal Commodity List : PROJECT CARGO
  • Area of Operation : BATON ROUGE, LA TO HOUSTON, TX; NEW ORLEANS, LA; PENSACOLA, FL; BATON ROUGE, LA TO VICKSBURG, MS AND ICWW, ICWE AND LMR
  • Vessels
    • Other Dry Barge : 8
    • Vessels List : TT
  • Address
    5160 SANDERLIN AVE SUITE ONE MEMPHIS TN 38117
  • Contact
    • Phone : 985-517-7753
5160 SANDERLIN AVE SUITE ONE MEMPHIS TN 38117

Managed Vessel

TT

  • Type : Other
  • Construction : Steel

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Norway Naval Officer Goes on Trial Over Oil Tanker Collision

Norway Naval Officer Goes on Trial Over Oil Tanker Collision

A Norwegian naval officer stands trial on Monday accused of negligence that led to the 2018 collision between a warship he commanded and an oil tanker in which the military vessel sank. Building a replacement for the lost Helge Ingstad frigate would cost up to 13 billion crowns ($1.3 billion), the armed forces estimated in a 2019 report.

Keppel Terminates Semi-sub Rig, Jack-up Rig, and Liftboat Orders as Clients Fail to Pay Up

Keppel Terminates Semi-sub Rig, Jack-up Rig, and Liftboat Orders as Clients Fail to Pay Up

Singapore-based shipbuilder Keppel has terminated three construction contracts signed years ago, citing clients' failure to pay up. The terminated contracts are related to orders made by TS Offshore, Sapura Energy, and Crystal Heights. TS Offshore, in March 2014, ordered a 500 feet water depth N Plus jack-up rig, worth about US$500 million (“TS Jasper Vessel”).

Norway: Naval Officer Denies Negligence in Oil Tanker Collision

Norway: Naval Officer Denies Negligence in Oil Tanker Collision

A Norwegian naval officer on Monday denied negligence leading up to the 2018 collision between a warship he commanded and an oil tanker in which the military vessel sank. Building a replacement for the lost Helge Ingstad frigate would cost up to 13 billion crowns ($1.3 billion), the armed forces estimated in a 2019 report.