Shipping’s Decarbonization Will Need Major R&D Investment

Collaboration and investment in technology development key for meeting IMO's targets

Buckeye-Led JV to Build New Terminal at Corpus Christi

Port of Corpus Christi

Port of Corpus Christi to get a new deep-water terminal capable of handling VLCCs.

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JAXPORT, Carnival Cruise Line Extend Cruise Service Deal

Long-term agreement signing ceremony

JAXPORT and Carnival Cruise Line extended cruise service deal through May 2021, and potentially through 2027.

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GAC Taiwan Secures Agency Contract from DSLNG

LNG Maleo

GAC Taiwan is to handle DSLNG's vessel calls and provide husbandry services at the ports of Taichung and Yung An.

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Milaha’s Net Profit Up in Q1 2018

Milaha CEO

Milaha has booked a net profit of QAR 260 million (USD  71.4 million) in the first quarter of 2018.

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Here are the most popular stories from the previous week.

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Dutch Competition Watchdog Ends Bunker Cartel Probe

Bunkering

ACM end its investigation into a suspected cartel linking bunker companies active in Dutch and Belgian ports.

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MPA Singapore Extends Mandatory Use of MFM System

Bunkering

Use of MFM system for delivery of distillate to all bunker tankers in the Port of Singapore to be extended.

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DP World Bullish on Volume Growth in 2018

DP World sees rise in Q1 volumes driven by continued recovery in global trade.

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Diesel Fuel Spills at APM Terminal in Bayonne

USCG crew

USCG: Marine diesel fuel spill was reported at the APM Terminal in Bayonne, New Jersey, on April 25.

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Los Angeles Files Lawsuit over 2016 Car Carrier Oil Spill

Car carrier Istra Ace

Los Angeles filed a lawsuit over a 2016 oil spill which occurred when fuel oil leaked from the car carrier Istra Ace.

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USD 1.1 Bn Deal for Tuas Terminal II Inked in Singapore

Tuas Development Stage 11 Contract Signing

The USD 1.1 bn agreement for the second stage of development of the Tuas Terminal signed in Singapore.

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Singapore to Develop Autonomous Vessels

MoU Signing MPA Singapore

MPA singapore is looking to boost its productivity and enhance safety by introducing autonomous harbor ships.

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ICTSI Signs New Union Deals with PNG Dockworkers

ICTSI dockworker

ICTSI signed new union deal that reinstate pay and conditions for workers at two union ports in PNG.

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Intermarine Transfers Marine Cargo Terminal to Watco

Intermarine transfers the leasehold ownership of its terminal assets to Watco Companies.

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ITF Urges Hutchison Ports to Improve Health and Safety Ops

Port Botany terminal

ITF urges Hutchison Ports to address health and safety incidents across their global operations.

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Seago Line's New Feeder in Maiden Call to St. Petersburg

Vistula Maersk's maiden call to St. Petersburg

Seago Line's new vessel, the Vistula Maersk, to connect Rotterdam and St. Petersburg on the North Europe feeder link.

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Hapag-Lloyd Makes First-Ever Call at Prince Rupert

German shipping company Hapag-Lloyd has made its first-ever call at Prince Rupert in Canada.

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MPA Singapore Underscores Maritime Workforce Development

MoU Signing MPA Singapore

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has put the talent development high on the agenda at SMW 2018.

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World's Largest Short Sea Ro-Ro Vessel Named

MV Celine, the world’s largest short sea Ro-Ro ship, was named on Friday, April 20, in Dublin Port.

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Port of Rotterdam's Total Volumes Slide

Containers

Port of Rotterdam ended the first quarter of 2018 with a slight decrease in total throughput.

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MUA: Woman in Critical Condition after Fall at Port Botany

Hutchison Ports Australia terminal

MUA: A 55-year-old woman in a critical condition after a fall at Hutchison Ports Australia's Port Botany.

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Port of Antwerp's Volumes Continue Rising

Port of Antwerp

Containers push port of Antwerp's volumes to 58.3 million tonnes, representing the port's best quarter ever.

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Ports of LA, Long Beach to Fund Clean Air Technologies

CMA CGM Benjamin Franklin

Ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach are offering new funding for development of clean air technologies.

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SAAM, Terminal Zárate Ink MoU to Operate Mobile Car Terminal

SAAM, Terminal Zarate ink MoU with ASPA

SAAM Puertos, Terminal Zárate ink MoU with Alabama Port Authority to develop a Ro-Ro terminal at the Port of Mobile.

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28 of 100 World's Largest Ports Offer Green Incentives

Today, 28 of the 100 world's largest ports offer incentives for environmentally-friendly ships.

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All Italian Ports to Strike Today

Forklift

A nation-wide strike has been announced for today in Italian ports.

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Singapore to Get New Tech Preventing Ship Collisions

Fujitsu, SMU and IHPC are developing new technologies for vessel traffic management in the Port of Singapore.

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