SUNY Maritime College To Host Wind Energy Conference In New York City

The State University of New York Maritime College and the Maritime Industry Museum at Fort Schuyler, proudly announce the Ocean Wind Energy Conference in New York City on Thursday, September 26, 2019. This conference comes just months after New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo executed the United States’ largest offshore wind agreement, announcing the winning bidders in the … [Read more...]

The 340-Mile Line of Ships Waiting to Clean Up

By Alex Longley (Bloomberg) Head to the shipyards of Shanghai, Singapore or Hamburg and you’ll soon find them full to the brim with vessels rushing to clean up their act. Over the course of this year, about 2,200 ships will install so-called scrubbers that allow them to keep burning more-polluting fuel that will otherwise be banned. Put all of those vessels in a line, and … [Read more...]

Offshore Wind Power Conference – Planning For America’s Ocean Energy

Maritime College, State University of New York and the Maritime Industry Museum at Fort Schuyler are proud to announce that they will co-sponsor an Ocean Wind Energy Symposium on Thursday 26 September 2019, at the College Maritime Academic Center.  The conference will feature presentations by industry leaders and subject matter experts providing insight into the … [Read more...]

Seabury Secures Wind Farm Port Financing

The state of Connecticut has reached an agreement to develop an offshore wind facility at State Pier in New London. Seabury Maritime, the global maritime and transportation investment and advisory firm, announced today that the company acted as the transaction advisors to the Connecticut Port Authority  in a public/private investment to redevelop State Pier. The … [Read more...]

Feature: New York’s $40+ Million Short Sea Shipping Prize

by Captain John Konrad (gCaptain) A perfect storm of new challenges and spiraling cost for truck drivers in New York City has resulted in a tsunami of political support for Short Sea Shipping (SSS) initiatives to move cargo off trucks and onto local waterways. In just the past six months government officials in New York have pledged highly valuable waterfront … [Read more...]