‘Knock For Knock’ Agreements In The Inland River Industry ‘Knock For Knock’ Agreements In The Inland River Industry
‘Knock For Knock’ Agreements In The Inland River Industry

By Daryl Sohn Goldstein & Price LC, St. Louis, Mo. Introduction “Knock for Knock” agreements (KFKAs) between inland marine companies are becoming increasingly commonplace. Simply stated, a KFKA is an arrangement… Read More

The Corps of Engineers announced February 7 that all 2018 stored flood waters were evacuated from the Missouri River mainstem reservoir system as of January 29. The full 16.3 million… Read More

The City of Dubuque, Iowa, announced December 20 that it had signed an agreement with the Corps of Engineers Mississippi Valley Division for assistance in the preparation of a comprehensive… Read More

Brief descriptions of Louisiana’s five Coastal Energy Ports, from East to West: Port of Terrebonne Located on the Houma Navigation Canal, which runs from just south of the Gulf Intracoastal… Read More

Higher-than-average releases from all Missouri River Mainstem System projects, including Gavins Point Dam, will continue through November, the Corps of Engineers reported November 5. “Gavins Point releases will remain near… Read More