Historic Voyage to Revelstoke

Pioneering a new route, Foss delivered a fully constructed 190-ton turbine to Revelstoke, Canada. Arriving from Brazil, the turbine was towed from Portland, OR to Pasco, WA.

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Motiva Refinery Expansion

Transportation of oil-production modules from fabrication yards in Maine and South Carolina to a facility in Port Arthur, Texas in support of a $7 billion expansion project to create the largest refinery in the U.S. and the eighth largest in the world.

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Power Equipment Transport

Provided customer Waller Marine, Inc., turn-key transportation of GE turbines, generators and balance of plant components for two PDVSA 171 MW power generation barges being constructed at Signal’s International’s Orange, TX shipyard.

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Restoring Port au Prince

Rebuilt the Haitian transportation infrastructure after the devastating earthquake on January 12, 2010; created a temporary floating barge dock which enabled the restoration of power and communication, and the delivery of food aid and equipment to purify water; removed debris and reopened the main port, Port au Prince itself.

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Rig Tow to Cook Inlet

Three high horsepower Foss tugs towed the M.O.D.U. Spartan 151 from Esquimalt, B.C. into the Cook Inlet, passing Nikiski, Alaska. The tugs escorted the oilrig over 1,500 nautical miles through the Inside Passage and Gulf of Alaska with the assistance of detailed voyage planning and location specific weather forecasting technology.

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Shell Arctic Offshore Support

Operating in the harsh Arctic environment, Foss Maritime offered a variety of support services to Shell Upstream Americas’ historical offshore exploration in Alaskan waters.

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