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Court confirms Hornblower restructuring plan

Hornblower Group, which filed for Chapter 11 protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas in February, reports that the court has now confirmed the company’s plan of

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VIDEO: Ingalls Shipbuilding prepares for hurricane season

With NOAA predicting an above-normal 2024 Atlantic hurricane season, shipyards along the U.S, Gulf and Atlantic coasts have been stepping up their preparatory efforts. This week, HII’s Ingalls Shipbuilding division in Pascagoula,

Teamsters seek better deal for licensed deck officers at Steamship Authority

Teamsters seek better deal for Steamship Authority licensed deck officers

The collective bargaining agreement between Teamsters Local 59 and the Steamship Authority is set to expire July 26 and the union wants a better deal for the licensed deck officers working for

Charleston Harbor Pilots

VIDEO: Charleston Harbor Pilots avert potential box ship strike on bridge

The skill of Charleston Harbor Pilots may well have saved the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge over the Cooper River from potentially suffering the same sort of fate as Baltimore’s Key Bridge. The

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DNV: Onboard carbon capture is technically feasible, but …

While onboard carbon capture (OCC) is gaining increasing interest as way for ships to continue operating on conventional fuels while reducing emissions, there seem to be all sorts of questions around things

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VIDEO: Last large Key Bridge section moved from Federal Channel

Ten weeks after the containership Dali struck Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge initiating its collapse, salvage crews successfully removed the final large steel truss segment of the bridge blocking the 700-foot-wide Fort

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ABB launches Optimal Speed Routing service

ABB Marine & Ports has introduced a new feature to its routing services portfolio, Called Optimal Speed Routing, it will allow vessel owners to manage fuel costs on a through-voyage basis by

La Méridionale ferry

Wärtsilä solutions will minimize emissions of new La Méridionale RoPax duo

Two new LNG-fueled RoPax ferries under construction at China Merchants Jinling Shipyard for CMA CGM subsidiary La Méridionale will feature an extensive range of Wärtsilä technology. The 180-meter long ferries will be


NYSERDA finalizes new Empire Wind and Sunrise Wind contracts

NYSERDA (New York State Energy Research and Development Authority) has finalized new purchase and sales agreements for the energy produced by two major offshore wind projects: Both projects had previously been awarded

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Vigor begins low rate initial production of new U.S. Army landing craft

Portland, Oregon, headquartered Vigor reports that it has begun low rate initial production (LRIP) on the Maneuver Support Vehicle (Light) U.S. Army landing craft vessel at its facility in Vancouver, Wash. The