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First hybrid-powered ship traverses Northwest Passage

First hybrid-powered ship traverses Northwest Passage

MS Roald Amundsen completes a transit of 3,000 nautical miles

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DNV GL: Flexibility key as shipping transitions to lower carbon future

DNV GL: Flexibility key as shipping transitions to lower carbon future

Support for the energy transition has been 'too sporadic,' says the classification society's CEO

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US fines Greek shippers $3 million for ECA sulfur violations

The convictions include trying to deceive Coast Guard inspectors in the Virgin Islands

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EPA to provide regulatory relief for certain marine diesel engines

The proposal will provide additional lead time to meet the agency’s Tier 4 standards

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Sea Machines, MarAd demonstrate autonomous spill response

Sea Machines, MarAd demonstrate autonomous spill response

A Kvichak Marco skimmer boat is remotely operated on the waterfront in Portland, Maine

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Damen to build world's first full-size electric tugboat

Damen to build world's first full-size electric tugboat

The vessel for Auckland will have a 70-tonne bollard pull, the same as the port's strongest diesel tug

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Canada fines six ships for speeding in whale zone

Two Canadian Coast Guard vessels are among the offenders in the Gulf of St. Lawrence

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Study: Heavy fuel oil with scrubbers most effective for cutting GHG emissions

The energy required to produce distillates results in higher levels of CO2, according to Norway's SINTEF

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Corvus Energy finalizes investment deal with Shell Ventures

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Entries being accepted for 2019 NAMEPA Awards

Nominees are sought in a range of categories to support the group's 'Save Our Seas' mission

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