The US Maritime Administration announced the availability of a report that quantifies methane slip and fugitive emissions from using liquefied natural gas (LNG) for vessel operations and bunkering. The study, completed in partnership with the University of Delaware and the Rochester Institute of Technology, builds upon earlier work identifying life cycle emissions associated with LNG use using a “well-to-hull” analysis.
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US MARAD announced the availability of two reports documenting reductions in air pollutant emissions and fuel consumption resulting from repowering a Puget Sound regional tugboat and an inland tugboat.
The Maritime Administration (MARAD) announced the availability of the Fourth Edition of the “Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Selection Guide”.…
Maritime Administration (MARAD) announced that up to $1.3 million in Federal funding is now available through cooperative agreements for…
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