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Oct 24, 2011
Remarks of FMC Commissioner Mario Cordero at the Biogas USA West Conference 2011
Here in California, there has been significant activity in the area of environmental reform, to include advocating use and development of alternative fuels. My association on this policy issue stems from my past experience as a Commissioner at the Port of Long Beach, by all accounts a global leader not only in containerization, but a leader as a Green Port.
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Sep 21, 2011
Remarks of Chairman Richard A. Lidinsky, Jr. at the Canada Maritime Conference in Montreal, Canada on September 21, 2011
Today, I’d like to talk about ocean cargo that travels to an inland destination in one of our great countries, but moves through a port in the other country. I would like to call today for discussion and cooperation on the issues raised by this growing trade.
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Sep 20, 2011
The Honorable Michael A. Khouri Remarks at the Annual Meeting of International Association of Movers in Denver, Colorado on September 15, 2011
Thank you and good afternoon. It’s a pleasure to join you again this year and my thanks to Terry Head and Brian Limperopulos for the kind invitation to address your Annual Meeting and provide an update on current events at the Federal Maritime Commission and a report on Fact Finding No. 27.
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Apr 08, 2011
The Honorable Michael A. Khouri's Keynote Address at the 2011 NCBFAA Annual Conference
Thank you and good afternoon. It is a pleasure to join you again and share some thoughts and perspectives on current developments at the Federal Maritime Commission. Hopefully, we will have some time at the end of my remarks where you can share some of your views, concerns and questions with me.
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Mar 01, 2011
Chairman Lidinsky Testifies to Congress Regarding FY 2012 FMC Budget
The President’s budget for the Federal Maritime Commission provides $26,265,000 for Fiscal Year 2012. This represents an increase of $2,130,000 over the enacted Fiscal Year 2010 appropriation and funds 133 work years of employment.
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