SHALE

  • General
    • Vessel Name : SHALE
    • Operator : GULFSTREAM RENTAL TOOLS, INC.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Liquid Tank Barge (Other)
    • Vessel Type : Other Liquid Cargo Barge Not Elsewhere Included
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
  • Location
    • City : BERWICK
    • STATE : LA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 211
    • Full Load Capacity : 936 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 120 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 30 Feet
    • Overall Length : 120 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 30 Feet
    • Load draft : 5 Feet
    • Light Draft : 1 Feet
    • Height : 10 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2003
    • Coast Guard Number : 1136964

GULFSTREAM RENTAL TOOLS, INC.

  • Area of Operation : ICWW TX, LA, MS, & AL - HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL - ATCHAFALAYA RIVER & MISSISSIPPI RIVER
  • Principal Commodity : OILFIELD CARGO

BULK

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

News

As Oil Crisis Deepens, Hedge Funds Sense a Turnaround

As Oil Crisis Deepens, Hedge Funds Sense a Turnaround

Hedge fund managers sensed oil prices were nearing a turning point last week, and for the first time in more than two months started to add long positions in anticipation prices would bounce from an unsustainable low.Overall, hedge funds and other money managers were still net sellers of 19 million barrels of petroleum in the six most important futures and options contracts in the week ending on

No Need for a Jones Act Waiver -AMP

No Need for a Jones Act Waiver -AMP

America's maritime industry has hit back at a recent request by U.S. shale drillers to waive the Jones Act, a law requiring goods transported between U.S. ports to be carried on ships that are built, owned and operated by Americans.The American Exploration and Production Council, which represents independent oil firms that have been thrashed by an oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia

OSVs: Rising Tide Won't Lift All Boats

OSVs: Rising Tide Won't Lift All Boats

The offshore supply vessel (OSV) industry has emerged from its 2017 trough, thanks in large part to a slight shrinkage of the active fleet, a string of debt restructurings, improved cost management, and an uptick in drilling activity in a few regions. The industry is far from healthy, though, and the climb back to financial well-being will likely be long and unsteady.

Report: The U.S. Marine Market

Report: The U.S. Marine Market

A ‘work in progress,’ the North American brown water, shallow draft sectors have experienced a tumultuous year of evolution, changing market conditions, a rapidly shifting regulatory environment and new opportunities. Anything but boring; and within the pages of Maritime Reporter’ & Engineering News’ Annual Yearbook, Joseph Keefe, editor of sister-publication MarineNews

US Seaborne Crude Oil Exports Up 51%

US Seaborne Crude Oil Exports Up 51%

December could boast another all-time high for US seaborne crude oil exports, totaling 13.9 million metric toes and exceeding the previous October record by almost a million metric tons. In 2019, 133 million metric tons of sweet US crude oil was exported by sea, a 51% increase from 2018.

Tankers Flock to US as Freight Rates Surge

Tankers Flock to US as Freight Rates Surge

A flotilla of oil tankers is sailing empty from Europe and the Mediterranean toward the U.S. Gulf Coast to take advantage of surging shipping rates, according to shipping sources and Refinitiv Eikon data on Monday.Eight tankers, an unusually high number, are in the Atlantic and steaming to the United States, with capacity of up to 5.6 million barrels of oil combined, the people said.

Deepwater Investments to Grow +5% in 2020

Deepwater Investments to Grow +5% in 2020

Though overall global upstream investments in 2020 will decrease by around 4%, deepwater will be the only segment expected to grow above 5% next year, spelling a boom for the industry, said a report.Rystad Energy is forecasting that overall global upstream investments in 2020 will decrease by around 4%. Investments in shale/tight oil are expected to contract the most next year by almost 12%.

First Commercial Cargo Loaded from Tango FLNG

First Commercial Cargo Loaded from Tango FLNG

Argentine oil company YPF SA has loaded its first commercial liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo for export from a new floating facility, trade sources said on Friday.Argentina's export joins a wave of new supply flooding the spot market which has depressed Asian spot prices to their lowest in a decade for this time of the year.The state-owned firm issued a tender which closed on Nov. 6 to sell 2.

US Eyes India for Quantum Leap in LPG Exports

US Eyes India for Quantum Leap in LPG Exports

Trump administration trade tariffs on China will need to cease and India will have to rely more on U.S. LPG supplies for the world to clear the quantum leap expected for U.S. LPG exports, says a study.The study of global seaborne LPG trade flows using Kpler LPG cargo tracking data questions the global LPG market’s ability to grow fast enough to handle the tsunami wave of new LPG production

Reaping Wind at Sea: A $1 Trillion Industry

Reaping Wind at Sea: A $1 Trillion Industry

Offshore wind could become a cornerstone of the world's power supply as steep cost reductions and improved technology unleash the potential of the green energy source, said the International Energy Agency (IEA) on Friday.Renewables replacing fossil fuel is crucial to meet a globally-agreed goal of limiting temperature rise to below 2 degrees Celsius this century and the expansion of offshore

Cheap Gas Killing US Coal -Rystad

Cheap Gas Killing US Coal -Rystad

A new study revealed that coal power is being replaced by cleaner energy sources in the US – primarily due to an abundance of cheap natural gas.According to Rystad Energy, new renewable energy capacity from solar and wind is on the rise in the US, and April 2019 marked the first month when more electricity was generated in the country from renewable sources than from coal.

US LNG plays havoc with Dutch Gas, Asian shipping

US LNG plays havoc with Dutch Gas, Asian shipping

Dutch gas prices hit 10-year lows this week, reflecting high European inventories swelled by liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports, testing levels at which companies that committed to buy U.S. LNG will start making serious losses.Prices for month-ahead Dutch gas have dropped by two-thirds since their peak last September of just under 30 euros per megawatt hour (MWh).