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Articles from the February 1, 2019 edition

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Twenty Years Since New Carissa

This month marks the 20th anniversary of the grounding of the wood chip carrier New Carissa on the Oregon coast near the Port of Coos Bay. In one of the coast's more involved and controversial... Full story

 

Vessels on the Ways

From pilot boats to ferries and container ships, West Coast shipyards are hard at work, building vessels capable of carrying things vital to our daily lives or guiding them safely through harbor... Full story

 
 By Jim Shaw    Features    February 1, 2019

Russia's Arctic: More Than Promise

The Arctic holds considerable economic potential as ice retreats, with last year being the region's second warmest year on record, but most commercial development is taking place in the Russian Arctic... Full story

 

Crowley Takes Delivery of Taíno

Jacksonville-based Crowley has taken delivery of its 26,500-dwt con/ro ship Taíno from the VT Halter Marine yard at Pascagoula, Mississippi for the Puerto Rico trade. The 22-knot LNG-powered ship,... Full story

 

Russian Roulette

On page 28 of this issue, Jim Shaw describes some of the steps Russia is taking to capitalize on the opening of some of its arctic waters. He notes that last year was the Arctic region’s second... Full story

 

Above Board

Mercy Ships Canada has a new CEO, who has a wealth of experience in humanitarian endeavors and human rights. Jamie McIntosh will be based in Ontario and work with Interim National Director Darryl Anderson during the transition and McIntosh will also...

 

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