Quijano: We Have Had to Come Out of Our Shell

Jorge Quijano

WMN interviews Administrator of the Panama Canal, Jorge Quijano.

MOL to Provide FSRU for Hong Kong Offshore LNG Terminal

MOL FSRU Challenger

MOL inks a preliminary deal to supply FSRU for the Hong Kong Offshore LNG Terminal Project.

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Ore Carrier, Boxship Collide in Taiwan's Port of Kaohsiung

Shipping

Ore carrier collided with a containership while it was maneuvering in bad weather in Port of Kaohsiung.

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Prince Rupert Box Terminal to Be Further Expanded in 2019

The next expansion phase for the DP World Prince Rupert Fairview Container Terminal has been unveiled.

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Enterprise to Fuel Vessels at Houston Ship Channel Terminal

Houston Ship Channel

Enterprise Products Partners added fueling capabilities for deep-draft vessels at its Houston Ship Channel terminal.

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Gate terminal Aims to Load Ships Faster

Gate terminal

Gate terminal to increase ship loading flow rate for large ships to lower port time for vessels.

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DP World Antwerp to Share Data via NxtPort Platform

DP World Antwerp inks a deal with NxtPort to share its data through this digital platform.

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MPA Singapore to Enhance Safety at Sea with New Initiatives

Shipping

MPA Singapore presented new initiatives as part of continued efforts to enhance safety at sea.

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SC Ports Presents USD 277.6 Mn Capital Plan

The South Carolina Ports Authority has approved USD 277.6 million capital plan -- the largest in its history.

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CM Port Invests Final USD 584 Mn in Hambantota Port

CM Port invests final tranche of USD 584.2 million in Sri Lanka's Hambantota Port.

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Hamburg, Rotterdam Ports Launch Digital Cooperation

HVCC and the Rotterdam Port Authority enter a cooperation to improve operational processes. 

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Noatum Terminal Malaga to Expand with Crane Additions

Big Roll

Noatum Terminals is to extend harbour and yard container-handling machinery in Noatum Terminal Malaga.

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Two Oil Tanks Destroyed at Ras Lanuf Port in Libya

Libya's Ras Lanuf terminal lost two crude oil tanks due to armed attacks in the oil crescent region.

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NRF: Tariffs against China to Hurt Recent Economic Progress

Port of Oakland

NRF: Trump administration's tariffs on USD 50 billion of Chinese imports would undermine recent economic progress.

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Port of Oakland, SSA Terminals Agree New Lease to 2027

Port of Oakland has extended the lease with SSA Terminals (Oakland), its largest terminal operator, through 2027.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Here are the most read articles from the previous week.

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Two Nor Lines Ships to Use Titan LNG at Rotterdam Terminal

Two Nor Lines' ships will from now on be bunkered with Titan LNG at the City Terminal in Rotterdam.

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Vietnam's SSIT Welcomes MSC Boxship

MSC Rosaria

SP-SSA International Terminal (SSIT) welcomed its first container vessel, the MSC Rosaria, on June 14.

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Report: LNG Demand Is Limited in Small, Medium-Sized Ports

LNG demand is limited so far in the small and medium-sized ports, a new report finds. 

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Gas Supplier Selected for New LNG Facility in Gothenburg

Swedegas inks an agreement with gas supplier Barents NaturGass for the LNG facility at the Port of Gothenburg.

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Coral EnergICE Begins Regular Loading at Zeebrugge Terminal

Coral EnergICE

Ice class vessel Coral EnergICE started regular loading operations with the first loading at the Zeebrugge LNG Terminal.

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1st LNG Bunkering of Baleària Ferry at Valencia Port

The first LNG bunkering was completed for Baleària's ferry at Valencia Port on June 9. 

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Port of Newcastle Launches Bulk Terminal Project

Newcastle Bulk Terminal

Port of Newcastle has launched the Newcastle Bulk Terminal development at Walsh Point, Kooragang Island.

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Charleston Harbor Gets USD 49 Mn for Deepening Project

Money

The Charleston Harbor gets USD 49 million federal boost to further the progress of deepening the harbor to 52 feet.

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CMA CGM: Rotterdam Will Be LNG Bunkering Port for New ULCVs

CMA CGM revealed plans to use Rotterdam as a primary LNG bunkering port once it takes delivery of its new ULCVs.

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NSRI Assists Stowaway on Bulker MI Harmony

A suspected stowaway was discovered aboard the bulk carrier MI Harmony in the Port of Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

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SCPA Orders 26 RTG Cranes to Support Box Volume Growth

To handle container volume growth at its terminals, SCPA orders 26 rubber-tired gantry cranes from Konecranes.

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Port of Gdansk Launches Tender for Polnocne Quay

Port of Gdansk Authority launches a call for tenders to find a contractor for the expansion of the Polnocne Quay.

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