AUSTIN GOLDING

  • General
    • Vessel Name : AUSTIN GOLDING
    • Operator : AUSTIN MARINE V, LLC
    • Ships Type (ICST) : 432
    • Vessel Type : Pushboat
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 2600
  • Location
    • City : VICKSBURG
    • STATE : MS
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 118
  • Size
    • Register length : 88.9 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 28 Feet
    • Overall Length : 88.9 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 28 Feet
    • Load draft : 10 Feet
    • Light Draft : 10 Feet
    • Height : 18.8 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2005
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 1179648

AUSTIN MARINE V, LLC

  • Area of Operation : ALL WESTERN RIVERS AND ICW
  • Principal Commodity : TOWING

News

Shipping Industry in the Dark Over US-led Red Sea Navy Force

Shipping Industry in the Dark Over US-led Red Sea Navy Force

Shipping companies remain in the dark over a new international navy coalition being assembled by the United States to combat attacks in the Red Sea, with many vessels continuing to avoid the area or cancelling contracts, sources said on Wednesday.The sources, who include shipping and maritime security officials

US Launches Multi-National Operation to Safeguard Red Sea Commerce

US Launches Multi-National Operation to Safeguard Red Sea Commerce

The United States on Tuesday launched a multinational operation to safeguard commerce in the Red Sea as attacks by Iran-backed Yemeni militants forced major shipping companies to reroute, stoking fears of sustained disruptions to global trade.The Houthi militant group, which controls vast amounts of territory in Yemen after years of war

US Research Advances on Alternative to Bomb-grade Uranium in Navy Vessels

US Research Advances on Alternative to Bomb-grade Uranium in Navy Vessels

U.S. research is advancing on the potential to change fuel for nuclear reactors on Navy submarines and aircraft carriers from bomb-grade uranium to a safer option, documents showed Wednesday, even as the program's funding is at risk in Congress.In order to lower proliferation risks of keeping stockpiles of highly-enriched uranium, the U.S.

Inland Waterways: US Making Progress on Infrastructure

Inland Waterways: US Making Progress on Infrastructure

The United States’ vast network of navigable inland rivers is vital to the nation’s economy, serving as an aquatic superhighway for the efficient shipment of critical commodities like agricultural goods, energy products, building materials and industrial chemicals to destinations within the U.S. and to deepwater ports for export. The Waterways Council, Inc.

US West Coast Ports Regain Lost Volume as Competitive Pressure Mounts

US West Coast Ports Regain Lost Volume as Competitive Pressure Mounts

Some U.S. importers who shifted cargo away from West Coast ports to rival gateways over fears that labor contract talks could disrupt shipments have begun bringing some of that volume back, even as those negotiations stretch into their 13th month, company supply chain executives said.

Markets Spike Following Houthi Attacks on Shipping

Markets Spike Following Houthi Attacks on Shipping

Continued missile attacks on merchant ships in the Red Sea have plunged supply chains into chaos, and consumers around the world will have to pay the price, according to Xeneta.Latest data from the industry analyst shows spot rates in the ocean freight shipping market spiked by 20% since Friday after major shipping liner companies such as Hapag Lloyd

Massachusetts Offshore Wind Farm Dodges Lawsuits over Environmental, Fishing Concerns

Massachusetts Offshore Wind Farm Dodges Lawsuits over Environmental, Fishing Concerns

A U.S. judge has rejected challenges to federal environmental permits and construction approvals for a $4 billion offshore wind farm near Massachusetts, which commercial fishing groups have claimed will harm whales and impair their businesses.U.S. District Judge Indira Talwani in Boston last Thursday tossed the final two federal district court lawsuits directly challenging the Vineyard Wind

Interview: Dave Lee, Maritime Partners

Interview: Dave Lee, Maritime Partners

Dave Lee recently joined Louisiana-based maritime leasing and financing company Maritime Partners as its new vice president of technology and innovation. A well-known figure in the U.S. maritime sector, Lee has previously held leadership positions at ABB, American Commercial Barge Line (ACBL) and Jeffboat.

Chevron and Angelicoussis Group Exploring Maritime Ammonia Transport

Chevron and Angelicoussis Group Exploring Maritime Ammonia Transport

Chevron and the Angelicoussis Group have come together to explore how tankers can be used to transport ammonia, a potential lower carbon marine fuel.Under a newly announced Joint Study Agreement (JSA), Chevron, through its subsidiary Chevron Shipping Company, and the Angelicoussis Group, through its Energy Transition division, Green Ships, will initially evaluate the ammonia transportation market

AUKUS Defense Ministers Agree to Bolster Security

AUKUS Defense Ministers Agree to Bolster Security

AUKUS defense ministers have reaffirmed their resolve to bolster security and stability and ensure that the Indo-Pacific remains a region free from coercion and aggression.A statement was released after Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III hosted Richard Marles MP, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence, Australia, and Grant Shapps, Secretary of State for Defence, United Kingdom

First Methanol-to-fuel-cell Power Chain Demonstrated

First Methanol-to-fuel-cell Power Chain Demonstrated

As part of the validation of Maritime Partners, LLC’s M/V Hydrogen One inland pushboat, hydrogen fuel cell supplier PowerCell Group and methanol-to-hydrogen technology pioneer e1 Marine in partnership with RIX Industries have conducted a successful string test of their respective technologies for a 200kW propulsion chain. This chain can be multiplied and scaled to a megawatt level.