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Panama Canal Reveals Speed Limits to Protect Whales

Whales

Ships are to sail at a speed of not more than 10 knots in specified areas from August 1 until November 30.

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Panama Canal, UN Environment to Jointly Fight Climate Change

Panama Canal

The parties signed a cooperation deal to join efforts on sustainable development and combating climate change.

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Panama Canal Gathers Feedback on Tolls Structure Proposal

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On July 24, the Panama Canal held a public hearing on its tolls structure modifications proposal.

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Three Years: Expanded Panama Canal Exceeding Expectations

Panama Canal

Three years and over 6,000 Neopanamax transits later, the expanded canal continues to exceed expectations.

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Panama Canal Enhances Green Initiatives

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The Panama Canal announces improvements to its Green Connection Environmental Recognition Program.

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Panama Canal Hosts Its Biggest Containership to-Date

Evergreen's maxi-Neopanamax Triton transits the expanded Panama Canal

The 369-meter-long Triton has set a new record in size and container cargo capacity in the Panama Canal.

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Panama Canal Welcomes Its Largest LNG Tanker to Date

The Panama Canal, Qatargas saved 10,000 tons of CO2 emissions compared to alternative routes.

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Expanded Panama Canal Allows More Transits of Propane, HGL

Panama Canal

Panama Canal led to more hydrocarbon gas liquids, especially propane, being shipped from US to Asia.

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Expanded Panama Canal Sees 6000th Neopanamax Transit

Panama Canal

Less than three years since its opening, the Panama Canal welcomes the 6,000th transit of a Neopanamax vessel.

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Biggest Ever Boxship to Transit Panama Canal in May

Containership Triton in the port of Hamburg

Panama Canal is scheduled to welcome its first 20-row containership, the Neopanamax Triton, on May 15.

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Expanded Panama Canal Marks 1,000 Days of Operations

Container vessel transiting the Panama Canal Cocoli Locks

The Expanded Panama Canal commemorated its 1,000th day in operation on March 22.

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Nakilat Eyes Q-Flex LNG Carrier Transits on Panama Canal

Nakilat LNG carrier

Nakilat is looking to send Q-Flex class LNG carriers through the Expanded Panama Canal.

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Panama Canal Joins GIA for Low Carbon Shipping

Panama Canal

The Panama Canal has joined the Global Industry Alliance (GIA) in an effort to support low carbon shipping.

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Moody's Upgrades Panama Canal's Long-Term Rating

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Moody’s upgrades the 20-year USD 450 million Senior Unsecured Bonds issued by the Panama Canal to A1 from A2.

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Video: Two Bulkers Collide in Panama Canal

Bulker collision

Panama Canal Authority looking into collision of two bulkers in front of Pedro Miguel locks.

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Monjasa Upgrades Panama Canal's Bunker Fleet

Bunkering tanker Accra

Monjasa decided to rejuvenate Panama Canal's bunker fleet with the 2010-built, 8,800 dwt tanker Accra.

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Panama Canal Cuts Maximum Draft for Neopanamax Locks

LNG carrier transiting Panama Canal

Panama Canal Authority changing the maximum allowable draft for vessels transiting the Neopanamax locks.

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Panama Canal Wins 848 Mn in Arbitration Award

Panama Canal Authority

GUPC consortium to repay the Panama Canal Authority a total of USD 848 million in contract advance payments.

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Moody's Reaffirms Panama Canal's A2 Long-Term Rating

Panama Canal

Moody's: Panama Canal Authority's A2 long-term rating has been reaffirmed with a stable outlook.

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5,000th Neopanamax Ship Transits Panama Canal

Cosco Faith containership

The Panama Canal welcomed its 5,000th Neopanamax vessel through the waterway.

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Panama Canal Signs Dry Cargo Deal with Brazilian Port

Panama Canal Administrator Jorge L. Quijano

Panama Canal, Port of Itaqui agree to promote shipment of grains and other cargoes to markets in Asia.

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