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PT2SB Pens USD 1.25 Bn Financing Deal for Malaysian Terminal

A USD 1.25 billion senior financing agreement has been signed to fund the PT2SB oil storage terminal in Pengeran.

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Skangas to Source LNG at UK Import Terminal

Skangas is to source LNG at the Grain LNG import terminal on the Isle of Grain in the UK. 

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Port of Ghent, Zeeland Seaports Merge into North Sea Port

Zeeland Seaports and Ghent Port Company sign deal to merge into a cross-border port to be named North Sea Port.

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China Gets Control over Sri Lanka's Hambantota Port

Sri Lanka has handed over Hambantota Port for operation to China under a 99-year lease deal.

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Body Found Floating near Yang Ming's Chartered Boxship

Body of an Indonesian worker was found floating near the stern of the Yang Ming’s Louds Island, at JCIT.

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P&O Ferry Refloated After Grounding in Calais

Pride of Kent ran aground while departing from the Port of Calais on December 10 and was refloated subsequently.

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World's Biggest Automated Box Terminal Starts Trials

Port of Shanghai has launched trial operations at its brand new automated container terminal.

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Smaller Ports Offer Equal or Better Liner Connectivity?

Smaller ports can equal or better the liner connectivity of larger ones at times, shipping consultancy Drewry informs.

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NRF: Imports at Major US Container Ports to Grow by 1.5 Pct

Imports at the major US retail container ports are set to rise 1.5 percent this month, according to NRF.

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UK Maritime Sector Responds to Brexit 'Breakthrough' Deal

UK maritime sector welcomes the end of the political drama, as next stage of talks on trading relations approaches.

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Cargo Volumes Rising at Ports in India

Major ports in India recorded a year-over-year growth of 3.46% from April to November 2017.

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Melbourne's VICT Grinds to a Halt amid Industrial Action

 Over 1,000 containers are kept motionless at Port of Melbourne's container terminal at Web Dock after members of ...

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Port Canaveral Ready for Larger Cargo Vessels

Larger cargo ships will now be able to access Port Canaveral following the deepening of the West Turning Basin.

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Ports Ask for Proposals to Reduce Ships’ At-Berth Emissions

The ports of LA and Long Beach are seeking proposals to reduce at-berth emissions for non-container ships.

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NorSea to Build New Ro-Ro Facility at Polarbase

NorSea Group to build a new Roll-on/Roll-off facility together with Hammerfest Harbour at its Polarbase supply base.

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First LNG Ship Arrives at Soma LNG Terminal

First LNG ship arrived at the new Soma LNG Terminal marking the start of the terminal's commissioning.

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Martín García Channel Deepening Contract Awarded

Driven by the growth in global trade, Uruguay has awarded the contract for the deepening of the Martín García ...

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Cuxhaven to Get New Shore Power Supply System for RoRos

Siemens has received an order to supply the key components of a Siharbor shore power supply system for ...

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DP World Takes Full Ownership of Santos Terminal

Dubai-based terminal operator DP World has completed the acquisition of an additional 66.67% stake in Empresa ...

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CMA CGM Sells 90 Pct Stake in Global Gateway South Terminal

French shipping major CMA CGM completed the sale of a 90 percent equity interest in Global Gateway South terminal ...

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Newcastle Terminal to Welcome Larger Cruise Ships from 2019

Larger cruise vessels will be able to visit the new Newcastle Cruise Terminal whose design was recently unveiled by ...

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Rotterdam Sets New Port Dues for Three Years

Dutch port of Rotterdam informed that port dues will rise by 1% per year for the next three years. Over the recent ...

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Fate of PNG Dockworkers at Lae Port Still Unknown

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has raised concerns over the fate of dockworkers at the Port ...

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China to Conduct Year-Long Ship Pollution Control in Hainan

China has launched a year-long inspection campaign on Ship Pollution Control in the Hainan Province as part of its ...

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COSCO SHIPPING Ports, PSA to Launch Third Singapore Berth

COSCO SHIPPING Ports and PSA Corporation (PSA) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to mark the launch of a ...

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German Court Rejects Appeal against Elbe River Dredging

The Port of Hamburg may finally see more giant containerships enter its waters. Namely, the Federal Administrative ...

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Coral Energy Unloads 1st LNG Cargo at Tornio Manga

The Tornio Manga liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal in Northern Finland achieved another milestone with ...

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