Archive of: Regulation

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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
Port backs Jones Act waiver for Dakota Creek newbuild

Port backs Jones Act waiver for Dakota Creek newbuild

The catcher-processor America's Finest was built with too much foreign-made steel

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

IMO boosts passenger vessel stability requirements

The amendments raise the 'required index R' pertaining to flooding after a collision

Web Bulletin 2017

Coast Guard seeks comment on existing regulations, documents

Feedback is sought on rules that mariners believe should be repealed, replaced or modified

Web Bulletin 2017

Coast Guard shuts down illegal charter in Seattle

The vessel Longhorn, limited to six passengers, attempted to board 19

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
Coast Guard highlights Cuyahoga, Old River safety zones that restrict mooring

Coast Guard highlights Cuyahoga, Old River safety zones that restrict mooring

The zones were created in response to multiple vessel collisions in the mid-1980s

Web Bulletin 2017
Dakota Creek hits Jones Act hurdle in building new vessel

Dakota Creek hits Jones Act hurdle in building new vessel

America's Finest, a fish catcher and processor, has too many foreign-fabricated materials

Web Bulletin 2017
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