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US clears three top shippers in price-fixing case

Executives at Maersk, Hapag-Lloyd and MSC were subpoenaed in 2017

Web Bulletin 2019

Coalition sees LNG as pathway to IMO 2050

SEA/LNG touts the fuel as a 'long-term bridging solution' for greenhouse gas targets

Web Bulletin 2019

ICS: Northern BC oil cargo moratorium would set 'dangerous precedent'

The legislation is currently being reviewed by a Canadian Senate panel

Web Bulletin 2019
Flooding, swift currents close Tennessee River to barge traffic

Flooding, swift currents close Tennessee River to barge traffic

The worst flooding since 2010 shuts down nine locks on the main stem of the river

Web Bulletin 2019

Spending bill passes with $293 million for port infrastructure

The agreement also includes $36 million for U.S. Seaway management and programs

Web Bulletin 2019

ICS: Shipping must look beyond sulfur cap to decarbonization

The industry cannot achieve the 2050 GHG reduction target using fossil fuels, says Esben Poulsson

Web Bulletin 2019

BIMCO: GHG study should be based on 'realistic' economic projections

Unrealistic scenarios 'risk making the wrong decisions and spending resources ineffectively'

Web Bulletin 2019

VeriFuel calls for cooperation, transparency ahead of 2020 sulfur cap

Sharing of fuel data will be vital to ensure that quality issues are addressed

Web Bulletin 2019

US-flag Great Lakes fleet finishes 2018 on strong note

Iron ore, limestone and coal cargoes all register double-digit percentage gains

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Seaway shipping posts best year in over a decade

Seaway shipping posts best year in over a decade

Traffic increased nearly 7 percent year over year in 2018

Web Bulletin 2019
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