Port of Virginia: Ship Channel Deepening to Begin in 2020

Port of Virginia

The works to make the Port of Virginia the deepest port on the US East Coast are set to begin in January 2020.

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British Ports 'Cautiously' Welcome Brexit Deal

Brexit

BPA has cautiously welcomed the news that a Brexit deal was agreed today between the UK and the EU.

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Air Quality Still Top Envr. Priority for European Ports

port

Air quality continues to be the top environmental priority of the European ports this year as well.

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Dry Bulk Drives Port of Antwerp Freight Volume Growth

Port of Antwerp

Breakbulk, impacted by sanctions, saw the greatest drop in volumes.

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Germany Promotes Shore-Based Power to Cut Emissions in Ports

Hamburg Port

Germany is launching a set of measures to promote shore-generated power in an effort to make its ports cleaner.

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Tender Launched for Port of Sines Vasco da Gama Terminal

Port Sines

The government will pick a concessionaire who will invest in the port's expansion.

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Hutchison Ports Starts 2nd Phase of Karachi Port Expansion

Container terminal

Pakistan Deep Water Container Port is the country's only deep-water port.

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Gazprom Neft Opens Marine Lubricants Company in Singapore

bunkering

Gazprom Neft establishes Gazpromneft Marine Lubricants, a new operating company with an office in Singapore.

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Green Marine Welcomes Port of Galveston

Cruise ships

The US Port of Galveston joins Green Marine, a voluntary environmental program for North America’s maritime industry.

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Mauritania's Port of Nouadhibou Readies for Larger Ships

Port of Nouadhibou

The port's mineral terminal is an important iron ore export facility.

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Greece Approves Part of COSCO's Investment Plan for Piraeus

Piraeus Port

Proposal for an EUR 300 million investment in the fourth container terminal in Piraeus was put on hold.

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MPA: Inter-Pacific Petroleum Loses Bunker Craft License

Singapore

Bunker supplier Inter-Pacific Petroleum will no longer be allowed to operate in the Port of Singapore.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Shipping

Here are the most popular news from last week.

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GPH to Invest USD 250 Mn to Transform Nassau Cruise Port

Cruise ships at port

The company started operations at Prince George Wharf Cruise Port in Nassau on October 9, 2019.

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Imports at Major US Ports to Surge Ahead of December Tariffs

US ports

But imports are expected to fall to 1.78 million TEU in December, down 9.3 percent year-over-year.

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First Phase of Ecuador's Posorja Deep Water Port Completed

Posorja Port

A total of USD 1.2 billion are scheduled to be invested into the project.

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CMP, DFDS to Set Up Shore Power in Copenhagen

Ferry

The work on the designing and planning of the facility is now underway, and the construction will start in 2020.

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Monjasa Conducts First VLSFO Supply in Colombia

Cartagena port

The company supplied 250 mts of VLSFO to LPG tanker Penelope M at Cartagena anchorage.

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Poland Getting New Shipping Channel

Poland Vistula Lagoon shipping channel

The channel will enable larger vessels to reach Port of Elblag.

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Carnival Corp Breaks Ground on New Cruise Terminal in Japan

Carnival Corporation officially launched the construction of a new cruise terminal at the port of Sasebo

Carnival Corporation will construct and operate the new terminal, expected to open in summer 2020.

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Worker Dies after Accident at Copenhagen Container Terminal

Docker

The work accident occurred when two straddle carriers collided with each other.

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Europe's Largest Port Now Ready for Larger Ships

Nieuwe Waterweg

The port has invested EUR 70 million into the dredging project.

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Seven South Australian Ports to Develop 50-Year Masterplan

Outer Harbour berths

Flinders Port Holdings intends to develop a new 50-year masterplan to guide the development of 7 South Australian ports.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Here are some of the most read news of the week.

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Nauticor: 1st STS LNG Bunkering Op Carried Out in Germany

LNG bunkering

The operation represents a milestone for the establishment of LNG as marine fuel in Germany.

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Igoumenitsa Port to Cut GHG Emissions with New Quay

Igoumenitsa

The EC approves Greece's plans to grant USD 52 million for a new quay in the port of Igoumenitsa.

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North Sea Port Joins PortXL Startup Accelerator

North Sea Port

PortXL is the world's first port-related startup accelerator.

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