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STATE OF THE WATERWAY - 2008 U. S. PORT RANKINGS 2007 (by total tonnage) (Millions of Short Tons and % of change from 2006 – 2007 ACOE data) 1 Port of S Louisiana, LA 2 Houston, TX 3 New York, NY and NJ 4 Long Beach, CA 5 Beaumont, TX 6 Corpus Christi, TX

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STATE OF THE

WATERWAY - 2008


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U. S. PORT RANKINGS 2007(by total tonnage)

(Millions of Short Tons and % of change from 2006 – 2007 ACOE data)

1Port of S Louisiana, LA

2 Houston, TX

3 New York, NY and NJ

4 Long Beach, CA

5 Beaumont, TX

6 Corpus Christi, TX

7 Huntington-Tri-state

8 New Orleans, LA

9 Los Angeles, CA

10 Mobile, AL

11 Lake Charles, LA

12 Plaquemines, LA

13 Texas City, TX

14 Baton Rouge, LA

15 Tampa. FL

229.0 + 1.6%

216.1 - 2.7%

157.2 - 0.3%

85.9 + 1.8%

81.4 + 2.4%

81.1 + 4.5%

76.5 - 0.9%

76..0 - 1.1%

65.5- 0.7%

64.5 + 7.8%

64.2 + 10.0%

58.8 + 5.2%

56.8 + 16.2%

54.6 - 3.1%

46.9 + 1.4%

16 Duluth-Superior

17 Baltimore, MD

18 Norfolk, VA

19 Pittsburg, PA

20 Paulsboro, NJ

21 Valdez, AK

22 Savannah, GA

23 Pascagoula, MS

24 Philadelphia, PA

25 St. Louis, MO

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27 Freeport, TX

28 Port Arthur, TX

54 Galveston, TX

46.5 - 1.0%

41.3 - 2.8%

39.7 +16.0%

38.1 - 9.3%

38.0 - 3.2%

37.8 + 4.5%

36.5 + 7.4%

35.2 - 6.5%

35.1 - 8.9%

32.1 + 2.6%

29.6 - 7.9%

29.3 + 3.0%

9.8 + 4.6%


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VTS Total Transits – 2008

Tug/Tow 50,799

Ships 4,796

Other 1,477

Naval 59

Passenger 11

Total 57,142



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2008 TYPICAL DAY IN THE VTSA

Transits

TANKER TRANSITS 9.4

FREIGHTER TRANSITS 3.1

TOW TRANSITS 139

PUBLIC VESSEL TRANSITS 0.2

OSV / OTHER TRANSITS 4.0




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Total Transits 2006 – 2008


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Incidents by Vessel Type: 50 Total Incidents

8 Ship Incidents

33 Boat and Tow Incidents

9 Other

Incidents by Reported Cause:

2 MECHANICAL FAILURES

16 GROUNDINGS

13 MISCELLANEOUS

Fire, Barges Adrift, Pollution Incidents, Wake Damages, dredge pipeline issues, Loss of life, Near Miss

16 COLLISIONS

16 ALLISIONS

INCIDENT SUMMARY – 2008




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Ship Transits to Incident Ratios2006-2008

  • 1 Ship Incident per 295 Transits in 06

  • 1 Ship Incident per 492 Transits in 07

  • 1 Ship Incident per 607 Transits in 08


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Tow Transits to Incident Ratios, 2006-2008

  • 1 Tow Incident per 998 Transits in 06

  • 1 Tow Incident per 1,629 Transits in 07

  • 1 Tow Incident per 1,339 Transits in 08


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GROUNDINGS

2008: 16 Total Groundings.

  • 14 Tow Groundings

  • 1 Ship Groundings

  • 1 OSV Grounding


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ALLISIONS

2008: 16 Total Allisions.

  • (11 Bridge Incidents)


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COLLISIONS

2008: 16 Total Collisions.

  • 14 Tow Collisions

  • 2 Ship Collisions


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2008 Sabine-Neches Vessel Delays(in hours)


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Total

Hours

Hourly Costs*

Ships: 3728.33 $1875.00 = $6,990,618.75

Tows: 3142.12 $ 333.00 = $1,046,325.00

Tugs: 211.04 $ 417.00 = $ 88,000.00

*Sources of Equipment Cost Data:

-Ships $45,000 per day, Gerry Bemberg

-Tows $ 8,000 per day, Raymond Butler

-Tugs $10,000 per day, Steve Kelly

2008 FOG DELAYS FOR SABINE NECHES

($ COST TO VESSEL OPERATORS/CHARTERERS)

Total $8,124,943.75



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MAJOR EVENTS 2008

  • Hurricane Ike – Sep 08.

  • Hurricane Gustav – Aug-Sep 08.

  • Tropical Storm Eduardo – Aug 08.

  • West Port Arthur Bridge Repair.

  • Multiple dredging projects.

  • LNG Terminal Construction.

  • East Jetty and Pleasure Island Repair Projects


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CURRENT INITIATIVES

  • SETWAC and Industry Partnerships:

    • Abandoned and Derelict Barge Committee.

    • Mariners Port Welfare Committee.

    • Port Coordination Team.

    • VTS Expansion to Lake Charles.


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VTS/WATERWAYS CONTACTS

  • Mike Measells, Director VTS Port Arthur

    (409) 719-5086 [email protected]

  • Scott Whalen, Training Officer/Outreach

    (409) 719-5083 [email protected]

  • Vessel Traffic Center, Watch Supervisor 24hrs

    (409) 719-5070 [email protected]

  • VTS Webpage – www.uscg.mil/d8/vts/portarhtur


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