ACT

  • General
    • Vessel Name : ACT
    • Operator : CENAC, AL TOWING, LLC
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Liquid Tank Barge (Other)
    • Vessel Type : Other Liquid Cargo Barge Not Elsewhere Included
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
  • Location
    • City : HOUMA
    • STATE : LA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 1619
    • Full Load Capacity : 4337 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 297.5 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 54 Feet
    • Overall Length : 297.5 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 54 Feet
    • Load draft : 12 Feet
    • Light Draft : 2 Feet
    • Height : 22.3 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2012
    • EQUIP1 : DIESEL PUMP
    • Coast Guard Number : 1240502

CENAC, AL TOWING, LLC

  • Area of Operation : INLAND AND INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY OF TEXAS, LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI AND ALABAMA
  • Principal Commodity : DIESEL, GAS, CRUDE OIL AND ASPHALT

ALFRED P. CENAC III

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

News

Jones Act Uncertainties Persist in US Offshore Wind

Jones Act Uncertainties Persist in US Offshore Wind

The Jones Act is a single sentence long, and yet somehow that reservation of U.S. domestic maritime commerce to qualified U.S.-flag vessels has spawned numerous complications with respect to offshore wind energy projects. Although not supported by prior experience, maybe 2023 will bring some clarity.U.S.

US Judge Orders Norwegian Cruise Line to Pay $110 Million for Use of Cuba Port

US Judge Orders Norwegian Cruise Line to Pay $110 Million for Use of Cuba Port

Norwegian Cruise Line must pay $110 million in damages for use of a port that Cuba's government confiscated in 1960, a U.S. judge ruled on Friday, a milestone for Cuban-Americans seeking compensation for Cold-War era asset seizures.The decision by U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom in Miami follows her March ruling that the use of the Havana Cruise Port Terminal constituted trafficking in

Jones Act Waiver Mess

Jones Act Waiver Mess

Potential energy shortages in the U.S. northeast this winter have led to arguments that the U.S. Jones Act should be waived. These arguments rarely, however, grapple with what exactly it takes to waive the Jones Act. This is not blameworthy because the Jones Act waiver standard has been a mess.

US Grants LNG Shipping Waiver for Puerto Rico after Hurricane

US Grants LNG Shipping Waiver for Puerto Rico after Hurricane

The Biden administration late on Sunday approved a waiver of U.S. shipping rules to address Puerto Rico's urgent need for liquefied natural gas (LNG) after Hurricane Fiona. The Homeland Security Department (DHS) issued a waiver of the Jones Act, a century-old law that requires goods moved between U.S. ports to be carried by U.S.

Nord Stream Gas 'Sabotage': Who's Being Blamed and Why?

Nord Stream Gas 'Sabotage': Who's Being Blamed and Why?

Major leaks that suddenly erupted in the Nord Stream gas pipelines that run from Russia to Europe under the Baltic Sea have generated plenty of theories but few clear answers about who or what caused the damage.Here is what we know and what has been said so far:WHO IS BEING BLAMED?As probes by European authorities continue

Foreign Tanker Delivers US Fuel to Puerto Rico Following Jones Act Waiver

Foreign Tanker Delivers US Fuel to Puerto Rico Following Jones Act Waiver

A ship carrying a cargo of diesel fuel initially barred from hurricane-hit Puerto Rico anchored at the island's Guayanilla port on Friday to unload under a Biden administration waiver, the Refinitiv Eikon vessel tracking service showed.The Marshall Islands-flagged tanker GH Parks, which loaded in Texas this month, was stopped from discharging four days ago by the Jones Act

AMP President Slams Jones Act Waiver

AMP President Slams Jones Act Waiver

The president of a U.S. maritime trade group has slammed a decision by the Biden administration to approve a temporary Jones Act waiver for vessels shipping oil and other essential commodities to Puerto Rico in the wake of hurricane Fiona.“Granting of this waiver rewards calculated and predatory behavior that undermines a dedicated American supply chain for Puerto Rico

US Approves Temporary Jones Act Waiver for Storm-hit Puerto Rico

US Approves Temporary Jones Act Waiver for Storm-hit Puerto Rico

The Biden administration on Wednesday approved a waiver of U.S. shipping rules to address Puerto Rico’s immediate energy and other essential needs in the wake of a devastating hurricane.Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said he approved "a temporary and targeted Jones Act Waiver" to ensure Puerto Ricans "have sufficient diesel to run generators needed for electricity and the

Op-ed: Jones Act Waivers Do Little as Disaster Relief

Op-ed: Jones Act Waivers Do Little as Disaster Relief

Like swallows arriving in the spring, a chorus for Jones Act waivers can reliably be anticipated to accompany the annual parade of hurricanes across the geographical region covered by the Act. The logic: emergency situations dictate maximum emergency relief, and the Jones Act is perceived to be an obstacle to providing that relief. That perception is wrong.

US Federal Maritime Commission Creates New Enforcement Structure

US Federal Maritime Commission Creates New Enforcement Structure

The United States' Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) on Friday announced it creating a new bureau to handle its enforcement and compliance activities. The agency, which is responsible for the regulation of oceanborne international transportation of the U.S., said it is consolidating its investigative and prosecution functions into a newly created Bureau of Enforcement, Investigations

New Crewing Mandate Could Be a 'Gut Punch' to U.S. Offshore Wind Projects

New Crewing Mandate Could Be a 'Gut Punch' to U.S. Offshore Wind Projects

The U.S. House has this week passed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), in which it attached a provision that would change rules for manning offshore vessels in U.S. waters, with the goal of fostering American jobs in the U.S. offshore wind sector, however, the move could be counterproductive.According to American Clean Power (ACP), which has slammed the move, the U.S.

Case Against Swedes Accused of Disturbing Estonia Wreck to be Tried Again

Case Against Swedes Accused of Disturbing Estonia Wreck to be Tried Again

A Swedish appeal court ordered on Tuesday that a district court try again a case against two film makers accused of disturbing the ferry Estonia that sank in the Baltic sea in 1994 with the loss of 852 lives.The lower court in 2021 dismissed charges of disturbing a marine grave against the two Swedes