Methanol Is Ready for Use as Marine Fuel

Methanol-powered

Methanol is ready to go as a marine fuel now, and could be playing a much bigger role post-2020.

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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Seatrade Enters Slot Charter Agreement with Hapag-Lloyd

Vessel Seatrade Red

Seatrade, StreamLines entered into a cooperation deal with Hapag-Lloyd, starting with a slot charter agreement.

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Desgagnés Christens 1st LNG Polar-Class Chemical Oil Tanker

Desgagnés christens and launches Mia Desgagnés, the world's first polar-class dual-fuel oil/chemical tanker.

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How to Comply with High-Sulphur Fuel Ban?

bunkering

Owners and operators faced with a dilemma on how to comply with upcoming high sulphur fuel ban.

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COSCO’s OOIL Takeover Threatened by China-US Tensions?

Alphaliner: The proposed takeover of OOIL by COSCO could be hindered by worsening China-US trade ties.

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Crowley Finalizes Purchase of Three SeaRiver Tankers

Tanker Eagle Bay

Crowley Alaska Tankers has completed the purchase of three tankers from SeaRiver Maritime.

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Foreign-Flag Ships in Venezuela to Use New Cryptocurrency

MOL ship

Foreign flag vessels in Venezuela to pay for services in Petros, a new cryptocurrency.

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ITF Condemns ACP's Sanctions against Tug Captains

Tug pulls LNG tanker Galea through Panama locks

ITF: Captains are refusing to perform operations in the canal due to health and safety concerns.

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Interview: Methanol Is Ready for Use as Marine Fuel

Methanol-powered

Methanol is ready to go as a marine fuel now, and could be playing a much bigger role post-2020.

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Port of Long Beach Delivers Record First Quarter

Port of Long Beach terminal

Port of Long Beach marked its best-ever first quarter with 3.87 million TEUs handled in the 1st quarter of 2018.

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IMO Members Agree on 50 Pct GHG Emissions Cut

IMO

IMO member states agreed to require the shipping sector to reduce its emissions by at least 50 pct.

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Sempra Energy Unit to Develop Marine Terminal in Mexico

IEnova plans to invest in a marine terminal at the La Jovita Energy Hub in Mexico.

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Panama Canal Authority to Sanction Tug Captains

Panama Canal tug boat pulling a containership

The Panama Canal Authority launched a process to sanction certain tug captains.

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Vessel Leaks Diesel Fuel after Allision near New Orleans

Vessel Pac Antares started leaking diesel fuel following an allision with a pier. USCG launched oil spill clean-up ops.

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2 Countries Yet to Approve IMO's Plan to Cut Shipping's GHG

IMO Secretary General Kitak Lim

IMO set to announce details of initial IMO Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Strategy for Ships.

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Trade War Leaving Bitter Aftertaste in Dry Bulk Market

The trade war between the United States and China has left a bitter aftertaste in the dry bulk market.

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Crowley Fuels Its First ConRo Ship in Pascagoula

Crowley ship

ConRo vessel El Coquí, built for Crowley Maritime Corporation, received its first loads of frigid LNG.

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ITF Highlights Union Issues at Latin American APM Terminals

APM Terminals Lázaro Cárdenas

ITF points to trade union issues that need to be addressed at APM Terminals in Latin America.

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NCL Gets Green Light for PortMiami Terminal

NCL's terminal in PortMiami

Norwegian Cruise Line received an approval for the construction of a new Cruise Terminal B at PortMiami.

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Enterprise Widens Terminal on Houston Ship Channel

Enterprise Product Partners' terminal

Enterprise Products Partners buys waterfront site for the next phase of expansion at Enterprise Hydrocarbon Terminal.

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AlixPartners: Carriers Need to Shrink Appetite for Newbuilds

containership

Container carriers should curb their "voracious appetite" for new ships and increase scrappage, AlixPartners said.

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USCG Medevacs Injured Chinese Sailor off Puerto Rico

USCG

USCG medevacs injured Chinese crewmember from the bulk carrier Bunum Hero on April 10 off Puerto Rico.

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Video: MSC Armonia Rams into a Dock in Honduras

MSC Armonia

MSC Armonia, a 2001-built cruise ship owned by MSC Cruises, crashed into a dock in the port of Roatan in Honduras.

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SAAM to Invest USD 85 Mn in Fleet and Infrastructure

Terminal

SAAM to invest USD 85 million to reinforce its tug fleet and maintain port equipment and infrastructure.

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Ocean Alliance Day Two Product Gets Underway

CMA CGM Jules Verne

Ocean Alliance Day Two Product, the evolved service offering of the Ocean Alliance, has been launched.

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Yilport Enters Terminal Market in North America

Port of Gulfport

Port of Gulfport signed a Letter of Intent with Yilport Holding related to future port expansion and lease agreement.

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