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Rule revisions give offshore drillers more leeway, upset green groups

Rule revisions give offshore drillers more leeway, upset green groups

In early May, the U.S. Interior Department’s Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) announced in Port Fourchon, La., that drilling measures implemented after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill would be eased.

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SAFETY ALERT: High-risk behavior by passengers

The Coast Guard cites multiple injuries and fatalities due to unsafe conduct

Sirocco Marine delivers patrol boat to Florida police

Sirocco Marine delivers patrol boat to Florida police

The 29-foot RHIB for the city of Aventura can reach speeds of 55 knots

NTSB releases new 'Safer Seas Digest'

NTSB releases new 'Safer Seas Digest'

The report includes lessons learned from 30 marine accidents

Vigor lays keel for Army’s next-generation landing craft

Vigor lays keel for Army’s next-generation landing craft

The prototype is named in honor of Staff Sgt. Elroy F. Wells, killed in action in Vietnam

Metal Shark delivers foil-assisted excursion catamaran

Metal Shark delivers foil-assisted excursion catamaran

Sea Flight will serve Pure Florida with a top speed of more than 40 knots

Safety at Sea, BIMCO publish cybersecurity whitepaper

Maritime conversations have evolved from awareness to preparedness

Coast Guard releases Merchant Mariner Medical Manual

The document consolidates prior guidance on medical evaluations

NOAA to live-stream ROV exploration of SS Portland wreck

The ship sank in a gale in 1898 in what is now Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary

Coast Guard issues safety bulletin after Conception fire

Points of concern include egress routes and lithium-ion batteries

Dozens honored at Safety at Sea Awards

The Coast Guard’s AMVER Awards are again held as part of the ceremony

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Professional Mariner Editor Dom Yanchunas visits the Kanawha Valley for a conversation with West Virginia inventor Linwood Hamilton, who has developed a pair of inventions to improve safety in the inland towing industry. One is a rake that would fit onto the bow of a barge. The other is thruster piping inside a lead barge of a tow.

Added: 2015-11-03

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