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Nov 21, 2013
Commissioner Doyle's remarks to the National Lieutenant Governors Association Executive Committee
FMC Commissioner William P. Doyle, addressed the Executive Committee of the National Lieutenant Governors Association (NGLA) in Little Rock, Arkansas. Commissioner Doyle highlighted the Obama Administration's progress on preparing for the expansion of the Panama Canal. He spoke of new U.S. export opportunities for liquefied natural gas (LNG) and natural gas liquids (NGLs), energy and economic security and jobs.
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Nov 07, 2013
Commissioner Khouri's Remarks at the 2013 Fall Meeting of the U.S. Maritime Law Association
At the Friday November 1, 2013 fall meeting of the Maritime Law Association of the United States Commissioner Khouri shared his thoughts and views on the FMC's history, current initiatives, and anticipated future activities.
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Nov 06, 2013
Chairman Cordero Addresses Sixth SeaCargo Americas Conference
In his address to attendees of the Sixth SeaCargo Americas Conference on November 6, 2013, The Chairman emphasized the need to review and discuss how international trade and transportation affect national economies in the Western hemisphere, and encouraged participants to "invest" in early consultation will all affected parties when planning and designing new port infrastructure projects.
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Oct 29, 2013
Chairman Cordero Testifies to Congress Regarding the Commission’s Re-authorization
On Tuesday October 29, 2013 Chairman Cordero testified before the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, the Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation. Chairman Cordero's full testimony can be viewed at the above link.
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Oct 29, 2013
Commissioner William P. Doyle's remarks on LNG as marine fuel to the American Society of Transportation and Logistics (ASTL) and ASTL-China 2013 Annual Conference, October 29, 2013, Chicago, Illinois
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is increasingly gaining traction in the United States as a source of marine fuel in the maritime industry. There is an abundant supply of natural gas in America and it is being produced in substantial amounts from shale formations such as the Marcellus in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
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