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Coast Guard to host public meetings on new TWIC reader rule

The U.S. Coast Guard has scheduled four public meetings on the proposed TWIC reader requirement

Web Bulletin 2013

MITAGS offers quick reference to new training requirements

MITAGS has issued an at-a-glance reference page for new training requirements that are now in effect or are on the horizon

Web Bulletin 2013

EPA allows coal-fired Lake Michigan ferry to operate for 2 more years

The coal-fired Lake Michigan ferry SS Badger can continue operating through the 2014 navigation season as a result of an agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency over the dumping of ash

Web Bulletin 2013

FRC to offer courses on vessels' Whole Body Vibration problem

FRC International will hold two courses in Canada on the Whole Body Vibration problem that exists aboard some high-planing vessels

Web Bulletin 2013

Coast Guard announces proposed rule on TWIC electronic card readers

The U.S. Coast Guard has released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that would require Transportation Workers Identification Credential electronic card readers on certain high-risk vessels.

Web Bulletin 2013

Carnival cruise ship stuck at Caribbean port with generator problems

The cruise ship Carnival Dream is stuck at port in St. Maarten because of a problem with at least one generator that controls propulsion

Web Bulletin 2013

Carnival reviewing engine-room redundancies, emergency power after Triumph blackout

Carnival Corp.'s chief executive said the company has begun a review of ideas that would prevent blackout incidents, including engine-room redundancies

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ConocoPhillips to drill in Chukchi Sea with new jackup rig in 2014

Undeterred by Shell's setbacks in the Arctic, ConocoPhillips says it will begin drilling in the Chukchi Sea in 2014 using a newly designed jackup rig

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Great Lakes-Seaway working group releases ballast water management report

The Great Lakes Seaway Ballast Water Working Group has released its 2012 management report

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Shell confirms that it will not drill for oil offshore in Alaska in 2013

Shell stated that it will not return to the Alaska Arctic to drill for oil offshore this year but does plan to return later

Web Bulletin 2013
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