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St. Lawrence Seaway highlights its environmentally friendly impacts

The Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corp. has issued a report highlighting its environmentally impacts, emphasizing the benefits of maritime transport and giving an update on ballast water treatment practice

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Blog: House, Senate consider aiming harbor tax 'surplus' at maritime projects

The MOVEAmerica blog said bills have been introduced in both houses of Congress that would direct all Harbor Maintenance Tax Funds to the maritime-related projects they are meant for

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Great Lakes Dredge wins $41M contract to deepen NY/NJ channel

The Army Corps of Engineers said it awarded a $42.3 million contract to Great Lakes Dredge & Dock to deepen the Arthur Kill channel to 50 feet

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Canada hiring marine safety experts for spill-response risk assessment

Transport Canada said the federal government will conduct a risk assessment study of readiness for oil and chemical spills from ships in Canadian waters

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Papp: Coast Guard needs offshore patrol cutters

With the 12 high-endurance cutters being replaced by eight National Security Cutters, the Coast Guard's commandant says it's important to acquire offshore patrol cutters

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Judge dismisses federal lawsuit against Bollinger in cutter probe

A U.S. judge has dismissed the federal government's lawsuit against Bollinger Shipyards in the case involving hull work on Coast Guard cutters that later needed to be taken out of service because of failures

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Broadband cable in Bering, Beaufort seas to serve Alaska, Canadian Arctic

Arctic Fibre Inc. says it plans to lay a broadband cable linking Tokyo and London through the Bering and Beaufort seas, and it will serve communities in the Alaska and Canadian Arctic

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Alaska borough offers to give away Susitna ferry for free

Alaska's Matanuska-Susitna Borough is offering to give away the icebreaking ferry Susitna free of charge to any government entity that wants it

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OSV brings drifting cruise ship under tow; St. John's port won't accept it back

The derelict cruise ship Lyubov Orlova, which was adrift off Newfoundland, has been brought under control by the offshore supply vessel Atlantic Hawk

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Oil pumped out of damaged barge at Vicksburg; tows on the move

Responders have removed oil from the damaged barge at Vicksburg, and tows are moving up and down the river as the Coast Guard manages the queue of delayed boats

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