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Spending bill passes with $293 million for port infrastructure

The agreement also includes $36 million for U.S. Seaway management and programs

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Coast Guard Foundation provides $600,000 in shutdown aid

The total for affected families included a $100,000 donation from Walmart

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Breaux Brothers christens supply boat for Holland America

The 193-passenger Half Moon Clipper will serve private islands in the Bahamas

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Coast Guard inspects Louisiana facility in preparation for first LNG export

Coast Guard inspects Louisiana facility in preparation for first LNG export

The review at Cameron LNG included personnel training and firefighting systems

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ICS: Shipping must look beyond sulfur cap to decarbonization

The industry cannot achieve the 2050 GHG reduction target using fossil fuels, says Esben Poulsson

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BIMCO: GHG study should be based on 'realistic' economic projections

Unrealistic scenarios 'risk making the wrong decisions and spending resources ineffectively'

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NOAA to change channel depths on raster charts

NOAA to change channel depths on raster charts

Project depths will replace controlling depths to 'provide greater clarity and safety for mariners'

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Swedish Club releases guidance for 2020 sulfur cap

The overview includes legal implications involving compliance and charter parties

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New Canadian cutters roll 'like crazy,' making crews sick

New Canadian cutters roll 'like crazy,' making crews sick

The nine Hero-class ships built by Irving lack stabilizers on the hull

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URI to name new research ship Resolution

URI to name new research ship Resolution

The keel for the $125 million vessel will be laid May 7 at Gulf Island Shipyards

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