In Case You Missed It: Phillips 66 Uses Jones Act Waiver to Book Foreign Tanker as U.S.-Flagged ‘Armada’ Heads for Florida

Published September 15, 2017 By: Mike Schuler, Senior Editor, gCaptain   Phillips 66 has taken advantage of the U.S. Department of Homeland Securities’ temporary Jones Act waiver applying to tankers in response to fuel shortages in the southeast United States in… READ MORE >

After Disasters, the Domestic Maritime Industry Steps Up

Letter to the Editor – Published in The Washington Post – September 18, 2017   Regarding the Sept. 13 The Energy 202 column, “Hurricanes Irma and Harvey renew calls to ax obscure shipping law” [PowerPost]:   The domestic maritime industry… READ MORE >

Jones Act Armada Answers Call and Delivers Critical Cargos in Wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

WASHINGTON – In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the American maritime industry continues to move essential cargos to areas impacted by the storm, and will continue to carry supplies long after the storms as communities recover and rebuild.… READ MORE >

The U.S. Maritime Industry Congratulates and Welcomes the 1,200 Graduates from the American Maritime Academies

Cadets graduate as licensed merchant mariners positioned to serve America’s marine transportation and defense needs in peace and war   WASHINGTON (June 28, 2017) – The American Maritime Partnership (AMP) – the voice of the domestic maritime industry – congratulates… READ MORE >
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