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In New York, ICS head says Law of the Sea should remain

Speaking in New York, the secretary-general of the International Chamber of Shipping says the Law of the Sea should not be fundamentally revised

Web Bulletin 2012

Shell's Alaska offshore drilling delayed until August

Shell's 22 vessels in the Alaskan Arctic won't start drilling until next month because too much sea ice is in the way and a spill-response barge has still not been approved

Web Exclusive 2012

Ship with serious ammonia leak towed at Dutch Harbor

A 353-foot ship has been placed in isolation and the crew was evacuated after an ammonia leak was detected

Web Exclusive 2012

Clean Harbors, Coast Guard respond to grounded migrant ship

The U.S. Coast Guard and Clean Harbors are on the scene of the grounding of an old freighter that was used by migrants

Web Exclusive 2012

EPA issues guidance on ships' role when low-sulfur fuel isn't available

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued interim guidance on what ship operators must do in the event of unavailability of low-sulfur fuel

Web Exclusive 2012

Ferry aground on Virgin Islands cay lifted off to limit coral damage

After a vessel runs aground, often the best way to refloat it is to guide it back out of trouble on the same path it originally used to sail into trouble. Not so for Royal Miss Belmar.

December/January 2012

Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach embark on ambitious plan to cut air pollution

May 2008

Exploring the geology of the seabed

April 2008

Feds win four more oil pollution cases

April 2008

Biotechnology provides solutions to
a wide range of marine pollutants

March 2008
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