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Shipbuilding research program grants $1.8M to 12 projects

The National Shipbuilding Research Program has announced $1.8 million in funding to 12 projects

Web Bulletin 2012

Calif. governor orders quicker payments to ports for shore-power initiatives

California ports that otherwise would need to wait until a shore-power project is fully built to be reimbursed by the state now will get quarterly payments, the governor ordered

Web Bulletin 2012

Feds: BP agrees to spill-preparedness audit for marine, terminal facilities

As part of a civil penalty with the U.S. government, BP has agreed to undergo a spill-response preparedness audit at its marine and high-risk terminal facilities

Web Bulletin 2012

Resolve Marine uses helicopters to remove bow section of Rena wreck

Resolve Marine said it has used helicopters and a barge to removed the first 600 tons of steel from the bow of the Rena shipwreck off New Zealand

Web Bulletin 2012

Videotel introduces 3 new STCW-related online training courses

Videotel said three new online courses are available to train mariners in STCW-related safety topics

Web Bulletin 2012

Coast Guard to host oil spill exercise in southeast Alaska

The Coast Guard will host an oil spill exercise involving several agencies and Kirby Offshore Marine in southeast Alaska

Web Bulletin 2012

Shell's Arctic spill containment vessel project held up again

Shell's spill containment barge project for the vessel Arctic Challenger will face further delay because Washington state officials are requiring stormwater permits

Web Bulletin 2012

Shoaling at NY's Fire Island limits Coast Guard's rescue response abilities

The Coast Guard said shoaling in New York's Fire Island Inlet is so severe that it has reduced the rescue-response abilities

Web Bulletin 2012

Melting Arctic has Manitoba grain port thinking about growth

The port at Churchill, Manitoba, and other Canadian shipping interests are preparing for potential Northwest Passage growth

Web Bulletin 2012

Whistleblower collects $150K in La. ship pollution case

A Greek shipping company pleaded guilty to U.S. oil pollution charges, and a crewmember was awarded $150,000 for blowing the whistle

Web Bulletin 2012
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