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Kirby's Pyne: Jones Act essential to U.S. economic growth, security

Kirby Corp.'s chief executive said the Jones Act is important for economic investment and U.S. security

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Coast Guard questions Kulluk witnesses on towing system, voyage during winter

The U.S. Coast Guard this week is holding a formal hearing into the grounding of the drill ship Kulluk in Alaska

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McAllister wins design contract for New England Marine Highway's containerized ATB

McAllister Towing said the Maine Port Authority has chosen the company to design a containerized ATB for the New England Marine Highway Project

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Coast Guard highlights Top 10 deficiencies found during towing vessel exams

The U.S. Coast Guard has issued a list of the Ten Most Frequently Observed Towing Vessel Deficiencies

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Senate passes bipartisan bill to reform harbor maintenance funding

The U.S. Senate has passed a bipartisan bill that would reform the way harbor maintenance tax dollars are spent by focusing more of the funds on waterways projects

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Coast Guard schedules hearing in formal investigation of Kulluk grounding

The U.S. Coast Guard has announced that a hearing will be held May 20 in Anchorage in the formal investigation of the grounding of the conical drilling unit Kulluk

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Army Corps: Lock repairs will close Illinois River for a week

The Army Corps of Engineers said the Illinois River must be closed to commercial traffic while water levels are lowered to accommodate Marseilles Lock repairs

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Tug sinks near Baltimore after striking submerged object

The tugboat Kaleen McAllister sank at a Locust Point pier after striking a submerged object and taking on water

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Lawyer: Nearby tugboat may have been ignition source in Mobile barge blasts

A lawyer for one of the burn victims in the Mobile Bay barge explosions said a nearby tugboat may have played a role in igniting the gas fumes

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Report: New York, GE in talks to expand Hudson River PCB dredging

New York officials say they are in talks with General Electric about expanding GE's Hudson River dredging program to clean up more PCBs

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