Archive of: Regulation

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Canada reviews Pilotage Act, recommends changes

Canada reviews Pilotage Act, recommends changes

Thirty-eight recommendations include principles, labor structure, safety framework and tariffs

Web Bulletin 2018
Coast Guard seeks help finding stolen buoy bells off Maine

Coast Guard seeks help finding stolen buoy bells off Maine

The brass gongs and bells 'play a vital role in the safe passage of ships and mariners'

Web Bulletin 2018
IMO takes first steps to address autonomous shipping

IMO takes first steps to address autonomous shipping

Work includes preliminary definitions of these vessels and degrees of autonomy

Web Bulletin 2018

IMO approves US-Russian proposal for Bering Strait routes

The goal is to help mariners avoid shoals, reefs and islands, reducing the risk of casualties

Web Bulletin 2018
House OKs second Jones Act waiver for Dakota Creek trawler

House OKs second Jones Act waiver for Dakota Creek trawler

The future of America's Finest will be decided by the Senate, which rejected a waiver in April

Web Bulletin 2018

ICS: Carbon targets can only be met with ‘zero CO2’ fuels

Technologies could include hydrogen fuel cells or batteries powered using renewable energy

Web Bulletin 2018
Emergency rule bans most anchoring in Straits of Mackinac

Emergency rule bans most anchoring in Straits of Mackinac

The move by Michigan's governor follows a cable strike that caused a fluid leak

Web Bulletin 2018

Iridium gets approval to provide GMDSS service

The decision by an IMO panel means Inmarsat will no longer be the sole provider

Web Bulletin 2018

US seeks comment on maritime regulatory reform

The goal is to 'identify existing rules that are inefficient, obsolete, unnecessary, redundant, or otherwise not justified'

Web Bulletin 2018

ICS warns of sulfur cap 'chaos' in 2020

It is still 'far from certain' that enough compliant fuel will be available in every port

Web Bulletin 2018
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