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Green Marine shipowners cut greenhouse gas emissions

The initiative results in an average annual reduction of 1.4 percent

Web Bulletin 2017
Fishing vessel removed from Hawaii reef after two-month salvage

Fishing vessel removed from Hawaii reef after two-month salvage

Pacific Paradise grounded Oct. 10 near one of Oahu's most populated beach areas

Web Bulletin 2017
US lab suspends BWMS testing, citing regulatory flaws

US lab suspends BWMS testing, citing regulatory flaws

The Maryland center says the shortcomings have resulted in 'significant uncertainties' about test results

Web Bulletin 2017

Coast Guard to hold Buzzards Bay safety forum

Public participants are sought for the PAWSA workshop on Feb. 7-8

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VT Halter launches second LNG con-ro for Crowley

VT Halter launches second LNG con-ro for Crowley

Taino will join sister El Coqui in the Puerto Rico trade in 2018

Web Bulletin 2017

CSA recognizes 106 Crowley vessels for environmental safety

Web Bulletin 2017
Torqeedo powers San Antonio's new fleet of River Walk boats

Torqeedo powers San Antonio's new fleet of River Walk boats

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ICS: Shipping must be economically sustainable to be environmentally sustainable

IMO member states need to be 'realistic' about CO2 emissions goals

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Rolls-Royce unveils hybrid megayacht

Rolls-Royce unveils hybrid megayacht

Crystal Blue can run on LNG or battery power and has its own bunkering vessel

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IMO: Ships violating sulfur cap could be labeled 'unseaworthy'

IMO: Ships violating sulfur cap could be labeled 'unseaworthy'

The 0.5 percent limit will enter into force on Jan. 1, 2020 'without any delay'

Web Bulletin 2017
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