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Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus met with senior research personnel and faculty members at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) Dec. 5 to discuss the role of the U.S. Navy in the arctic.
The U.S Environmental Protection Agency today announced a $975,000 Diesel Emission Reduction Act grant to the Delaware River and Bay Authority that will help bring new clean air technology to the Cape May-Lewes Ferry and reduce toxic air emissions.
The Coast Guard has issued a notice reminding the industry that the final deadline for the phase-out of single-hull oil tankers and barges in U.S. waters is Jan. 1.
The U.S. House of Representatives today overwhelmingly approved bipartisan legislation to support the men and women of the Coast Guard, help ensure USCG mission effectiveness, enhance oversight and accountability and reduce regulatory barriers experienced by our veterans and small business.
WorkBoat editors look back at the 2014 International WorkBoat Show held Dec. 3-5 in New Orleans.
Senior Editor Ken Hocke caught up with the owners, operators and designers of the 314'x66'x30' offshore refueling vessel (ORV) Great Expectations, WorkBoat’s inaugural “Boat of the Year,” after the 2014 Significant Boat Awards ceremony in New Orleans.
At the International WorkBoat Show in New Orleans, Technical Editor Bruce Buls spoke with Frank Foti, president and CEO, Vigor Industrial.
In his keynote address at the International WorkBoat Show yesterday, Maritime Administrator Paul "Chip" Jaenichen talked about the health of the maritime economy.
The marine transportation system is uniquely situated to play a larger role in the future of a nation that is expected to have nearly 80 million more people by 2050, U.S. Maritime Administrator Paul “Chip” Jaenichen said in his Thursday keynote address at the International WorkBoat Show in New Orleans.
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Electronic surveillance and the mariner
Because the professional lives of mariners are so tightly controlled by the Coast Guard, they may be even more closely monitored than ordinary citizens.
Author: Capt. Max Hardberger
January 27, 2015
Keep the Jones Act
The Jones Act protects an industry that accounts for upward of 400,000 jobs and $36 billion in total economic activity.
Author: Sound Off
January 22, 2015