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Canada's FedNav orders 6 new oceangoing bulk carriers

Montreal-based FedNav Ltd. has ordered six new oceangoing bulk carriers, to be built in Japan and operated in Seaway

Web Bulletin 2012

Chief engineer gets jail time in Ala. 'magic pipe' case

The Italian owner of the ship Bottiglieri Challenger will pay $1.3M in criminal fines and penalties, and the ship's chief engineer will spend a month in jail

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Salvors delay Costa Concordia removal until spring 2013

The salvage organizations contracted to remove the Costa Concordia wreck have delayed the completion of the project until spring 2013

Web Bulletin 2012

Ex-USMMA head Greene named VP at TOTE Inc.

Adm. Philip H. Greene Jr., recently superintendent at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, has been appointed vice president at TOTE Inc.

Web Bulletin 2012

Report: White House preparing plan to draw oil from petroleum reserve

The Obama Administration is preparing a plan to draw down oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve as a response to rising oil prices

Web Bulletin 2012

Midwest drought causing more severe disruptions to barge traffic

With no rain in sight, the Midwest drought is bringing more serious disruptions to the inland river towing industry

Web Bulletin 2012

Light-loading in lower Mississippi starting to affect upper river too

Towing companies in the Upper Mississippi River say they are starting to experience lower volumes because of light-loading in the lower river due to the drought

Web Bulletin 2012

AWO: Reality TV show fails to reflect towing industry's safety culture

American Waterways Operators says the reality TV series Great Lakes Warriors plays up sensational incidents and is a missed opportunity to show the industry's safety practices

Web Bulletin 2012
Harvey Gulf becomes first U.S. company to contract LNG-powered OSVs

Harvey Gulf becomes first U.S. company to contract LNG-powered OSVs

Harvey Gulf says it is the first U.S. operator to contract LNG-powered offshore supply vessels

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Holland America denies that Mass. beach sewage came from its ship

Holland America cruise line says waste that washed ashore in Massachusetts was not from its vessel MS Maasdam

Web Bulletin 2012
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