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CCTV footage looking downriver showing the Bow Tribute when it struck the spud barge protecting the New River water intake pipes. Source: Crosby Dredging
NTSB determines cause of 2021 tanker grounding in New Orleans
The Georgia Ports Authority will develop 85 additional acres and expand its vehicle processing facilities at the Port of Brunswick. Already the nation’s largest terminal for the import-export of autos and machinery, Colonel’s Island has another 355 acres available for development. (GPA photo)
Port of Savannah to increase container capacity by 60%
Crane barges began lifting containers April 9 to lighter the Ever Forward, grounded in Chesapeake Bay since March 13. Coast Guard photo.
Ever Forward container lightering continues
The Coast Guard will monitor one-way traffic at reduced speed during cargo lightering operations at the grounded Ever Forward. Coast Guard photo.
New details on Ever Forward refloat plan
Capt. David O’Connell, commander of the Coast Guard Sector Maryland-National Capital Region, observes the March 29 attempt to free the stranded containership Ever Forward in Chesapeake Bay. Coast Guard photo.
Ever Forward still stuck; new attempt planned
Stena RoRo is part of Crowley's project team on the shipping and logistics company's behalf for Marad. Sterna RoRo photo
Sterna RoRo assisting Marad in purchase of two ships for RRF
Maersk is planning a new class of methanol-fueled 16,000 TEU container vessels. Maersk rendering.
Maersk and Ørsted plan for methanol fueling on U.S. Gulf Coast
Crowley Maritime's Jones Act tanker Ohio. Crowley Maritime photo.
Maritime group addresses Jones Act and energy misconceptions
Ukraine crisis distracts from bigger trends in seaborne LNG market, analyst says
The CMA CGM containership Figaro arrives at the Port of Savannah. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Billy Birdwell
Ocean shipping to and from Russia halted by container lines
The Port of Corpus Christi, Texas. Port of Corpus Christi photo.
Cooper Marine expands to the Port of Corpus Christi
Shipping containers piled up at Terminal 46 in Seattle. Kirk Moore photo.
Marad announces $450 million in grants available for port projects
U.S.-flag shipping on the Great Lakes up 16.8% in 2021
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