Archive of: Environment

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Chamber: Casualty investigation results should be reported to IMO promptly

The secretary-general of the International Chamber of Shipping said the industry would be better able to learn from casualties if investigation results were reported to IMO in a timely manner

Web Bulletin 2012

Blog: Vessel Traffic Service has reduced risk of casualties

The Coast Guard's Vessel Traffic Service is marking its 40th anniversary

Web Bulletin 2012

MarAd surpasses goal for reducing Suisun Bay ghost fleet

The U.S. Maritime Administration said it has removed 36 vessels from the Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet in 2 years

Web Bulletin 2012

Salvage crews cut up, remove grounded Jireh from Puerto Rico island

The U.S. Coast Guard said the cutting and removal of beached cargo ship Jireh has been completed at a Puerto Rico island

Web Bulletin 2012

Cargill, Huntsman promise to charter only the greenest ships

Cargill and Huntsman pledge to use the RightShip fuel-efficiency index to move their commodities on only the most environmentally friendly vessels

Web Bulletin 2012

Report: Unexploded bombs pose threat to Gulf mariners, oil rigs

Texas A&M oceanographers say millions of pounds of unexploded bombs pose a threat to mariners and oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico

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Chamber of Shipping wants more time for ballast-water retrofits

The International Chamber of Shipping is calling for changes to the the International Maritime Organization's ballast water treatment regime

Web Bulletin 2012

Chamber of Shipping disappointed that IMO won't go on with low-sulfur fuel study

The International Chamber of Shipping has criticized an International Maritime Organization vote not to go forth with a study of the availability of low-sulfur fuel

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Shipbuilding research program grants $1.8M to 12 projects

The National Shipbuilding Research Program has announced $1.8 million in funding to 12 projects

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Calif. governor orders quicker payments to ports for shore-power initiatives

California ports that otherwise would need to wait until a shore-power project is fully built to be reimbursed by the state now will get quarterly payments, the governor ordered

Web Bulletin 2012
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