Capt. Bradley Clare assumed command of the National Maritime Center in Martinsburg, W.Va., July 1, relieving Capt. Kirsten R. Martin, at a time when the NMC had been dealing with… Read More
Recent inland waterways industry news, covering the Mississippi River, Ohio River, Missouri River, Tennessee River, Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and more. Articles on economic, environmental and logistic advantages of barge shipping, plus other stories pertaining to locks and dams and other waterway infrastructure.
The double whammy of Hurricane Ida and Hurricane Nicholas have slowed or halted grain exports from ports in Texas and Louisiana for the past two weeks. In its grain barge… Read More
The Coast Guard is continuing efforts to reopen waterways impacted by Hurricane Ida in the areas of Bayou Lafourche, Houma Navigation Canal and portions of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. To… Read More
Louisiana communities have a reputation for pulling together in support of one another following hurricanes and other disasters that impact the state, and the state’s ports are doing the same… Read More
“Decarbonizing the inland waterway sector will likely require new regulatory or market-based incentives, similar to those emerging in other economic sectors around the globe, in order to make decarbonization economically… Read More
Washington, D.C.—The Maritime Administration would receive $2.5 billion to support more sustainable port infrastructure and supply chain resilience as part of a House panel’s portion of a budget reconciliation plan… Read More