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Chamber of Shipping warns Arctic nations against unilateral actions

The Chamber of Shipping urged Arctic nations not to take unilateral measures that might be contrary to efforts of the IMO and Law of the Sea treaty on environmental, commercial actions

Web Bulletin 2013

Blog: Search and rescue efforts benefit from Optimal Planning System data

Coast Guard personnel in Portsmouth, Va., aid distress mariners halfway around the world with the help of Search and Rescue Optimal Planning Data

Web Bulletin 2013

Emerald Service, Alaska Chadux head up Valdez decontamination job

A unified command has been established to oversee the oil spill cleanup aboard BBC Arizona, and Emerald Services and Alaska Chadux are the decontamination contractors

Web Bulletin 2013

Coast Guard, BSEE sign agreement on regulation of mobile drilling units

The U.S. Coast Guard and Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement have signed a memorandum of understanding on the regulation of mobile drilling units

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Odyssey Marine begins 2013 salvage work at SS Gairsoppa treasure site

Odyssey Marine Exploration said it has begun its 2013 silver-recovery work at the SS Gairsoppa aboard Swire's Seabed Worker

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ABS publishes advisory on propulsion efficiency measures

American Bureau of Shipping has issued its Ship Energy Efficiency Measures Advisory

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BOEM schedules competitive auctions for Mass., R.I. offshore wind leases

The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has scheduled a competitive auction for offshore wind farms off Massachusetts and Rhode Island

Web Bulletin 2013

Offshore wind coalition applauds U.S. decision to hold Mass., R.I. lease auction

The Offshore Wind Development Coalition has issued a statement praising the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management for scheduling a competitive sale of wind farm leases off Massachusetts and Rhode Island

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Illinois governor backs separation of Great Lakes, river systems to thwart Asian carp

The governor of Illinois said the Mississippi River and Great Lakes watersheds ultimately must be separated to solve the Asian carp problem, at a cost of $3.5B

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Report: Owner of Cenac Towing accused of illegal campaign contributions

News reports in Louisiana say the president of Cenac Towing has been charged with violating U.S. law by making excessive donations to two U.S. senators

Web Bulletin 2013
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