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Study: LNG-fueled vessels to be mainly box ships, cruise ships, tankers

Lloyd's Register has issued a report indicating that price and global infrastructure will influence to entent of LNG use as ship fuel -- mainly for container, cruise and tanker ships

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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

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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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Business strategist reviews a surveillance system for tugboats, with VIDEO

In a New York Times column and video, a business strategist and venture capitalist reviews the prospects for a surveillance system to assist tugboat captains

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GE Power Conversion wins $120M contract for diesel-electric on semisubmersibles

GE's Power Conversion unit has received a $120 million contract to supply diesel-electric propulsion and other power units for six new semisubmersible drill rigs

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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

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Videotel introduces 3 new STCW-related online training courses

Videotel said three new online courses are available to train mariners in STCW-related safety topics

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Mariners Learning System introduces 'Captain in a Box' training package

Mariners Learning System said the "Captain in a Box" course software is now available

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IMO secretary-general: Industry 'cannot escape' ballast water management

In a speech to the International Chamber of Shipping, IMO Secretery-General Koji Sekimizu called for the ratification of ballast water rules and stronger passenger-vessel safety rules

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IMO: ECDIS manufacturers will act to clarify anomalies

The International Maritime Organization said electronic chart display manufacturers will make their latest software versions available to help ships clarify anomalies

Web Bulletin 2012
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