The city of Quincy, Ill., has been awarded $743,200 for improvements to the Quincy Regional Barge Dock. The award was included in $16.5 million in Rebuild Illinois capital grants announced September 21
Rotterdam-headquartered Future Proof Shipping B.V. (FPS), which is retrofit the 110 meter by 11.45 meter inland container vessel Maas to a zero-emissions hydrogen propulsion system, has cleared a regulatory hurdle. The Central
Grupo Servicios Maritimos, an Argentinian company with maritime, inland waterways and port activity operations, found excessive tailshaft wear was being experienced on some vessels operating conventional rubber bearings in a mix of
The April issue of Marine Log magazine is all about the U.S. offshore wind jump start, how hydrogen fuel on the inland waterways is a possibility, and more.
A new joint venture aims to bring fuel cells using advanced methanol-to-hydrogen technology to the marine sector — including the inland waterways market. It has been formed by chemical and product tanker
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) released its 2021 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure. ASCE’s quadrennial assessment grades the condition and performance of 17 categories of infrastructure—including inland waterways locks, dams, drinking water,
Over the next five years, Rotterdam-headquartered Future Proof Shipping B.V. (FPS) has plans to build and operate a fleet of 10 zero-emission inland and short-sea vessels that it will offer for charter.
A piece of legislation seen as of vital importance by the inland waterways industry, the Water Resources Development Act of 2020 (WRDA) was signed into law Sunday as part of an omnibus
The latest newsletter from Coupeville, Wash.-headquartered shipbroker Marcon International Inc. includes an an analysis of the inland river push boat market, based on a longer full market report available from the company.
Waterways Council Inc. (WCI) reports that yesterday, by a party line vote of 30 to 21, the House Appropriations Committee approved FY21 funding for Energy and Water Development (E&WD) that funds the