Archive of: Regulation

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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

SOCP releases guide on sexual assault prevention in merchant marine

Materials include a facilitator’s guide, student workbook and PowerPoint presentation

Web Bulletin 2018
Morgan Stanley: IMO's new sulfur cap will push oil to $90 a barrel

Morgan Stanley: IMO's new sulfur cap will push oil to $90 a barrel

Company analysts 'foresee a scramble for middle distillates' that will drive demand

Web Bulletin 2018

Coast Guard: Coos Bay 'suitable' for LNG marine traffic

Pembina Pipeline Corp. is proposing to build an LNG terminal on the waterway

Web Bulletin 2018

Japanese shipper fined $1 million for dumping oily waste off NC

The chief engineer on M/V Atlantic Oasis deliberately misled Coast Guard inspectors

Web Bulletin 2018
Coast Guard: PSC ship detention rate lowest ever in 2017

Coast Guard: PSC ship detention rate lowest ever in 2017

Firefighting detentions rise again, however, and ballast water management deficiencies nearly double

Web Bulletin 2018

Maersk CEO: New sulfur cap could raise shipping's annual fuel bill by $60 billion

Soren Skou also calls for a ban on non-compliant ships from 2020 onward

Web Bulletin 2018
New research identifies key traits of EALs vs. mineral-oil lubricants

New research identifies key traits of EALs vs. mineral-oil lubricants

The ABS-led study follows an increase in newbuild stern tube bearing failures

Web Bulletin 2018
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