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ICS: Carbon targets can only be met with ‘zero CO2’ fuels

Technologies could include hydrogen fuel cells or batteries powered using renewable energy

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House panel urges Army Corps to speed Soo Locks upgrades

Proponents are awaiting an updated benefits estimate for a second Poe-sized lock

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Judge approves Harvey Gulf's reorganization plan

The company reportedly has reached long-term charter deals with Hess for three PSVs

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Bipartisan bill calls for more US-built ships for petroleum export

The Energizing American Shipbuilding Act would require the construction of more than 50 vessels

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Philly Shipyard to lay off 275 after loss of TOTE order

Philly Shipyard to lay off 275 after loss of TOTE order

The yard's order book will run out next year after delivery of two Matson boxships

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National Maritime Day celebrates benefits of waterborne transportation

National Maritime Day celebrates benefits of waterborne transportation

Great Lakes-Seaway cargoes support 130,000 jobs in the United States

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Mnuchin: US, China putting trade war 'on hold'

Beijing and Washington say they will keep talking to resolve import/export disagreements

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ICS warns of sulfur cap 'chaos' in 2020

It is still 'far from certain' that enough compliant fuel will be available in every port

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Gulf Coast port limitations impose added costs on US oil exports

Gulf Coast port limitations impose added costs on US oil exports

Growth has been achieved with ships that are smaller and less cost-effective than VLCCs

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Morgan Stanley: IMO's new sulfur cap will push oil to $90 a barrel

Morgan Stanley: IMO's new sulfur cap will push oil to $90 a barrel

Company analysts 'foresee a scramble for middle distillates' that will drive demand

Web Bulletin 2018
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