Archive of: Latest Environment News

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Coast Guard: IMO ballast rules do not apply in US

The service issues a bulletin to remind operators of US compliance standards

Web Bulletin 2017

IMO pushes back ballast water compliance dates

Ships operating in U.S. waters, however, are still bound by the Coast Guard's standards

Web Bulletin 2017

ExxonMobil, Eagle, Crowley to partner on LNG

The effort will focus on safely providing the fuel for operators bunkering in North America

Web Bulletin 2017

Egyptian, Singapore firms to pay $1.9 million for covering up vessel pollution

A crewmember reported the violations on M/T ETC Mena to the Coast Guard

Web Bulletin 2017

Shipping groups propose 'ambitious' CO2 reduction goals to IMO

The coalition aims for a 50 percent decrease by 2050 for international shipping

Web Bulletin 2017

Vessel speed reduction program expands to Bay Area

Incentives are offered to improve air quality and reduce the risk of whale strikes

Web Bulletin 2017

Corvus paces winners at Electric & Hybrid Marine Awards

The company is recognized as a supplier and an innovator

Web Bulletin 2017

Shipping companies recognized for whale protection

COSCO and MSC lead the way in avoiding strikes with endangered right whales

Web Bulletin 2017
BC Ferries welcomes third dual-fuel ship

BC Ferries welcomes third dual-fuel ship

Salish Raven joins Salish Orca and Salish Eagle in provincial service

Web Bulletin 2017
Vigor delivers low-emission Hydrus for San Francisco service

Vigor delivers low-emission Hydrus for San Francisco service

The Tier 3 ferry is one of the first with advanced exhaust aftertreatment

Web Bulletin 2017
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