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ICS: IMO needs to agree to CO2 commitments by 2018

The group seeks a 'global mechanism' to ensure implementation by 2023

Web Bulletin 2016

IMO sets 0.5 percent global sulfur cap for 2020

Some members argued for implementation in 2025, questioning fuel availability

Web Bulletin 2016

MarAd: Fuel-cell ferry possible, but cost an issue

Cost reduction strategies for a zero-emission vessel are now being explored

Web Bulletin 2016
Seaspan takes delivery of LNG-battery ferry

Seaspan takes delivery of LNG-battery ferry

The Turkish-built hybrid is the first of its type in North America

Web Bulletin 2016
Herbert C. Jackson back in service after conversion

Herbert C. Jackson back in service after conversion

The steam-to-diesel refit will dramatically cut the laker's emissions

Web Bulletin 2016
Navy's new stealth destroyer suffers engineering casualty

Navy's new stealth destroyer suffers engineering casualty

A seawater leak in Zumwalt's propulsion system could take two weeks to repair

Web Bulletin 2016

ICS launches pilotage, towing and mooring survey

The aim is to gauge how established best practice is being followed worldwide

Web Bulletin 2016
Ottawa gets new electric tour boat

Ottawa gets new electric tour boat

The 75-foot vessel is powered by Torqueedo lithium battery systems

Web Bulletin 2016
BC Ferries' first LNG-powered newbuild delayed at Polish yard

BC Ferries' first LNG-powered newbuild delayed at Polish yard

The review process for Salish Orca extends the expected delivery to later this year

Web Bulletin 2016
MarAd offers guidance on battery compartment design for hybrid tugs

MarAd offers guidance on battery compartment design for hybrid tugs

The assessment follows an explosion and fire on the tug Campbell Foss in 2012

Web Bulletin 2016
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