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MarAd awards $1.5M to 3 marine alternative-fuel demo projects

The U.S. Maritime Administration has announced the first three recipients of its new demonstration-project funding to reduce marine emissions

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Report: Sandy exposed NY-NJ's maritime fuel-delivery vulnerabilities

Hurricane Sandy has revealed just how vulnerable the maritime fuel-delivery infrastructure is in the New York and New Jersey region

Web Bulletin 2012

Barge industry requests federal declaration of emergency

Representatives of the inland river barge industry want a federal declaration of emergency to address low water levels in the Mississippi River

Web Bulletin 2012

Chamber of Shipping: Governments shouldn't view us as 'cash cow'

The International Chamber of Shipping tells the United Nations that governments should not treat the industry as a 'cash cow' in collecting emissions payments

Web Bulletin 2012

Large fuel barge strikes submerged object in Columbia River

A barge containing over 1 million gallons of diesel fuel struck a submerged object in the Columbia River and is being evaluated for damage

Web Bulletin 2012

Blog: Sandy damaged Coast Guard's Sandy Hook command center, docks

Hurricane Sandy caused extensive damage to the Coast Guard's Sandy Hook station, including the command center and floating docks

Web Bulletin 2012

Industry groups raise alarm on river water levels, hazardous rocks

Inland barge operators held a press conference to discuss the dire outlook for Mississippi River water levels and hazardous rock formations

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AWO calls for president to address Mississippi River water levels

American Waterways Operators said Mississippi River navigation may be halted next month if the Army Corps doesn't water level issues

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Coast Guard to issue pollution notices in NY, NJ

The U.S. Coast Guard said it will begin to issue pollution notices to maritime facilities damaged by Hurricane Sandy

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Spill responders, salvors assist at Port Angeles terminal overfilling accident

Salvage and spill-response companies were on the scene of a fuel-oil overfilling accident at a terminal in Port Angeles

Web Bulletin 2012
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