Jones Act debate aimed at shipping crude oil on domestic vessels

Jones Act debate aimed at shipping crude oil on domestic vessels

PHILADELPHIA -- Philadelphia Energy Solutions and Aker Philadelphia Shipyard are practically neighbors in South Philadelphia, but they are worlds apart when it comes to a 1920 merchant-marine law known as the Jones Act. For the refinery, formerly owned by Sunoco, the federal law requiring that ships transporting cargo between two U.S. ports be built in the United ...

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