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Red state coal towns still power the West Coast

The Spokesman-Review 19 Apr 2024
Plant operators in Colstrip burn the coal to produce electricity, much of which is shipped by power line to homes and businesses in the Portland and Seattle areas ...Coal is not dead yet,” Hedges said ... Coal is going to die, sooner or later.
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Geneva Dry Dialogues: AXSMarine

Splash24/7 18 Apr 2024
Founded in 2000, AXSMarine, part of BRS Group, offers a complete suite of interactive, web-based tools and databases to support all commercial ship chartering activities.
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'Dirty as Hell': Coal Dust Chokes Murmansk as Moscow Ramps Up Asia Exports

Moscow Times 17 Apr 2024
Coal dust contains heavy metals that are hazardous to humans with prolonged exposure, studies ... The port also loaded two huge Capesize vessels destined for Asia with coal last year, claiming they were the largest ships to ever navigate the NSR.
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Red state coal towns still power the West Coast. We can’t just let them die

The Los Angeles Times 16 Apr 2024
Plant operators in Colstrip burn the coal to produce electricity, much of which is shipped by power line to homes and businesses in the Portland and Seattle areas ... 'Coal is not dead yet,' Hedges says ... Coal is going to die, sooner or later.
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Officials work to pull out 7 barges trapped by Ohio River dam after 26 break loose

Usatoday 16 Apr 2024
The Ohio River's three locks and dams handle an average of 50 million tons of activity every year, according to the Pittsburgh Ports Commission, making them integral to the flow of shipping in the area.
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Boiling Point: Repowering the West, Part 5!

The Los Angeles Times 16 Apr 2024
It's all about Colstrip, a small Montana town whose economy is almost entirely dependent on a coal mine and power plant that's been shipping electricity to the Portland and Seattle areas for decades.
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Shipping Activity at Port Qasim

Urdu Point 15 Apr 2024
A ship ‘Nicholas’ with 56,277 tonnes of Coal, berthed at ...
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Bridge Disaster in Baltimore Gets FBI Criminal Investigation

Live Mint 15 Apr 2024
The container ship and workers on it have remained in place since ... The safety board is continuing to investigate and examine data on the ship’s electronic power system and circuit breakers, she said in testimony before a Senate panel.
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NAPA enhances wind propulsion efficiency for IINO Lines’ green fleet

SAFETY4SEA 15 Apr 2024
The agreement will cover two IINO Lines vessels, one Very Large Gas Carrier (VLGC) and one Panamax coal carrier ... Decarbonization continues to open new avenues for collaboration across shipping.
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Inside the remaining mysteries surrounding the Titanic - from what happened to the passengers to...

The Daily Mail 15 Apr 2024
Another theory posited in 2004 by a US engineer was that a smoldering coal fire in the depths of Titanic meant the ship had to get to New York faster than originally planned ... sped the ship up, he said.
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Carroll Yesteryears: ‘Rails and Tales’ peer back into the history of train history

Baltimore Sun 14 Apr 2024
They often were single-purpose short lines that might carry coal from Western Maryland mines or barrels of flour from mills along Big and Little Pipe Creek, etc ... Maybe coal from Maryland traveled there as well on ships leaving the Port of Baltimore.
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See inside the Titanic like NEVER before: Incredible video reveals a cross section of the doomed...

The Daily Mail 14 Apr 2024
It's the most famous ship in history, sank by an iceberg on its first and only voyage across the ocean ... The grandest ship ... On Titanic, the first three of the funnels emitted smoke from the burning of coal down below to power the ship.
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The incredible life of Titanic's youngest survivor, who lived to 97 and refused to see ...

Business Insider 13 Apr 2024
She was the last living survivor of the ship ... Among those passengers was Millvina Dean, who was just 2 months old when the ship went down ... The Dean family boarded the ship after a coal strike canceled their original trip.The Titanic.
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