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Great Lakes-Seaway shipping rebounds in May

Grain, iron ore and road salt lead the way after a slow start to the shipping season

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DOT announces $292.7 million available for port infrastructure grants

Funding applications are being accepted through Sept. 22

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ABS: Decarbonization in shipping 'greatest challenge of our generation'

ABS: Decarbonization in shipping 'greatest challenge of our generation'

The Low Carbon Shipping Outlook outlines what needs to be done to reach 2030 and 2050 targets

Web Bulletin 2019
Wartsila launches auto-docking system

Wartsila launches auto-docking system

SmartDock draws on technology similar to that used by oil rig support vessels

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Emissions white paper: 'To Scrub or Not to Scrub?'

Rivertrace reviews options for compliance as the 0.5 percent sulfur cap approaches

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Great Lakes-Seaway shipping celebrated on National Maritime Day

Great Lakes-Seaway shipping celebrated on National Maritime Day

In the past two years, Seaway cargo has increased more than 15 percent

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Study: Domestic maritime industry worth $6 billion to Washington state

Jobs tied to the Jones Act have increased 34 percent in five years

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IMO panel approves new measures to cut shipping emissions

IMO panel approves new measures to cut shipping emissions

Among the provisions is a strengthening of phase 3 of the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI)

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IMO issues additional guidance on 2020 sulfur cap

The guidelines include provisions on fuel oil availability and exhaust gas cleaning systems

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ICS: International shipping on track to meet 2030 CO2 reduction target

'Low-hanging fruit' includes speed optimization measures, says Secretary-General Guy Platten

Web Bulletin 2019
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