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Vopak and AltaGas have formed a new joint venture for a large-scale LPG and bulk liquids export terminal in Prince Rupert, Canada.

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This is a saying I often said when we were moving in the Coast Guard. The kids thought it was a Coastie saying. When I decided to get out of the...

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A new year, a new quarter, a fresh start. The old has been displaced by the new and what has been matters no more - for the present is here.

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Common practices in the $245 billion maritime fuel market (“bunker fuel”) could be causing significant financial losses. Trusted...

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The Gulf Center for Sea Turtle Research (“GCSTR”) at Texas A&M University at Galveston (“TAMUG”) was created to bring...

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In maritime and offshore, industry has long relied on utility ships for deliveries, but this approach includes high costs, slow delivery times, and...

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CAPT Bill Diehl, retiring president of the Greater Houston Port Bureau, chats about his maritime career and what might be written into his next...

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Cruising on the Houston Ship Channel The Greater Houston Port Bureau’s Women in Maritime Happy Hour on the Kirby’s Observer boat took...

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On June 12, 2020, CAPT Jason Smith assumed the duties of Commander, U.S. Coast Guard (“USCG” or “Coast Guard”) Sector...

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Texas A&M University at Galveston has received a new training ship, the TS Kennedy, that will enhance year-round training for Texas A&M Maritime...

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Scott Elmer presented “What We Know, and Where We Are Going” based on Harris County's stormwater tunnel project’s feasibility study at the February...

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March Commerce Club Featuring COL Michael E. Fossum, Vice President of Texas A&M University, COO of the Galveston Campus, and Superintendent of...

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