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Articles from the June 1, 2013 edition

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 By Louis Lemos    Features    June 1, 2013

Using LNG as Fuel

Despite their several years of experience with various grades of Diesel fuel, an appropriate level of readiness will be required of all those crew members newly involved with bunkering and monitoring of LNG fuel aboard ship. While traditional...


M-580: California's Marine Highway

For the better part of the past decade, California’s major seaports have sought ways to deal with the ever-growing problem of highway traffic congestion and the resulting increase in air pollution...

 By Jim Shaw    Features    June 1, 2013

East Coast Ports Push Development Projects Forward

With a major labor contract signed, East Coast ports are now able to return to development issues as they continue to ready themselves for an expanded Panama Canal and larger ships arriving from...

 By Jim Shaw    Features    June 1, 2013

Changes Come to the Columbia

The Pacific Northwest’s Columbia River System, which includes segments of the Willamette and Snake Rivers, has seen a number of recent developments take place that will affect its future. One of...


Workforce Development

In the 1967 movie The Graduate, a young Dustin Hoffman is told by one of the characters that plastics are the industry of the future. Today’s graduates, faced with the prospect of competing for a dozen jobs with a hundred of their peers, should...


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