Sealift To The Alaskan Arctic

Two barges, two ocean-going tugs and two shallow-draft assist tugs successfully delivered tank modules that will supply fuel during development and operation of a major oil exploration development project.

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CD5 Bridge Components Delivered

Foss Maritime transported 11,000 tons of construction materials for the Conoco Philips – CD5 bridge project to build four bridges across the Colville River connecting Conoco’s Alpine Facility to a satellite operation in the National Petroleum Reserve of Alaska (NPRA).

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Kearl Oil Sands Module Transport

Foss Maritime successfully delivered 155 Korean-built modules in support of the Kearl Oil Sands project near Fort McMurray, Alberta – one of Canada’s largest open-pit mining operations.

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Aid to Haiti

Delivery of the first emergency food aid to Haiti after the massive January 2010 earthquake; delivery of military equipment and supplies and ongoing food aid; providing five sets of dedicated tugs and barges for liner assistance.

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Doosan Crane Delivery

Transported two Rail Mounted Quay Cranes from Masan, South Korea to Military Ocean Terminal, Sunny Point, North Carolina. Foss provided marine transportation services for Dongbang Transport Logistics Co. and Doosan Heavy Industries in support of US military operations at one of their primary east coast deep-water ports.

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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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