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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

Web Bulletin 2017

SUNY Maritime to host marine technologies center

The center aims to foster developments in the maritime space through entrepreneurial innovations

Web Bulletin 2017
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

Web Bulletin 2017

Philly Shipyard delivers fourth product tanker to APT

The 50,000-dwt, LNG-ready American Pride is the final vessel in the series

Web Bulletin 2017

Association grants USMMA full reaccreditation

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education had raised concerns about sexual harassment and governance

Web Bulletin 2017
Eastern delivers ATB hopper dredge to Great Lakes

Eastern delivers ATB hopper dredge to Great Lakes

Ellis Island is the largest capacity vessel of its type in the U.S. market

Web Bulletin 2017
New navigation software helps ships avoid unpredictable weather

New navigation software helps ships avoid unpredictable weather

UConn's TMPLAR, already being used by the Navy, could also reduce fuel costs

Web Bulletin 2017
AMP: Domestic maritime industry dedicated to Puerto Rico

AMP: Domestic maritime industry dedicated to Puerto Rico

As of Nov. 16, Jones Act vessels had delivered more than 36,000 containers since Hurricane Maria

Web Bulletin 2017
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

Coast Guard begins second round of Hudson safety forums

Waterway risks and risk mitigation measures will be the focus of an upcoming report

Web Bulletin 2017
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