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Finland’s New Inkoo Terminal Accepts First LNG

Apr 04, 2023

Finland’s new Inkoo floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) terminal on Sunday accepted its first cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG).The cargo, which was ordered by Elenger, the largest privately owned energy company in the Finnish-Baltic region…

Executive from Matson Logistics joins Containerization & Intermodal Institute Board

Mar 28, 2023

The Containerization and Intermodal Institute (CII) has elected Jahan Byrne, Director of Corporate Marketing at Matson Logistics, to its Board of Directors.Byrne has over 28 years of industry experience and currently oversees the global branding and marketing operations for Matson Logistics…

Spain Tightens Rules on Ship-to-ship Oil Transfers

Mar 27, 2023

The Spanish government has tightened its rules around ship-to-ship oil transfers after an uptick in the activity along its coastline.Oil tankers seeking to carry out operations off the Mediterranean and Atlantic shores, even outside territorial waters…

Sempra Reaches FID on Port Arthur LNG Plant's Phase 1

Mar 21, 2023

U.S. power and gas utility Sempra Energy said on Monday the first phase of its proposed Port Arthur liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal received the financial greenlight to move ahead with investment firm KKR & Co agreeing to a minority stake in the project…

Stolt Tankers Buys Tanker Pair for Caribbean Trade

Mar 21, 2023

Stolt Tankers acquired two 15,000 dwt stainless steel chemical tankers built in 2018 and 2019 respectively. The ships will be named Stolt Condor and Stolt Tucan, joining Stolt Tankers’ Inter-Caribbean service (SNICS) improving Stolt Tankers’…

French Strikes Continue to Block Refinery Shipments and LNG Terminals

Mar 20, 2023

Shipments of refined products from French refinery and depots were blocked on Monday by a 13th day of strike action, though some refineries operated with a reduced flow, a company spokesperson said.The industrial action is part of a nationwide…

How Does Norway Export its Natural Gas?

Mar 17, 2023

Norway exported more than 120 billion cubic metres (bcm) of gas in 2022, mainly via pipelines, making it Europe's largest gas supplier following a drop in Russian flows last year.The Nordic country exports its gas via a network of subsea pipelines to consumers…

LNG Activities Resume at Dunkirk Terminal

Mar 17, 2023

Disruption at the Dunkirk liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal operated by Fluxys ended on Friday morning, a company spokesperson said, with shipping data showing a tanker carrying LNG from Russia has docked at the site.Operations at the terminal…

Strike at Dunkirk LNG Terminal Extended

Mar 16, 2023

A strike at Fluxys' liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Dunkirk, northern France, has been extended to Monday, a union official told Reuters.The strike, part of action against the government's plan to increase the state pension age, was most recently due to end on Friday…

Exxon Considers Selling Stake in LNG Terminal Offshore Italy

Mar 16, 2023

Exxon Mobil Corp is considering selling its majority stake in Italy's main regasification terminal as part of a wider strategy to divest from non-core assets, the company said in a statement on Wednesday. The Rovigo liquefied natural gas (LNG)…

UAE's Fujairah Port Set for Robust Growth as Russian Trade Reshuffles

Mar 14, 2023

Storage demand and transit volumes are poised to grow further at the United Arab Emirates' Fujairah port this year as Russian trade flows continue to flood the hub, industry executives said on Tuesday.Russian oil barrels have been flowing into…

FID Reached for Second Phase of Plaquemines LNG Export Project

Mar 13, 2023

U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) company Venture Global LNG said on Monday that it will go forward with the second phase of its Plaquemines LNG export plant in Louisiana after securing $7.8 billion of financing.Phase two's final investment decision…

London to Trial Shipping Light Freight on the River Thames

Mar 13, 2023

A group of partners aiming to boost efficiency and sustainability for transporting goods in and around London has come together to trial shipping light freight on the River Thames.The non-profit Cross River Partnership (CRP) recently launched the London Light Freight River Trial…

US Promoting Supply Chain Resilience in Thailand

Mar 07, 2023

The United States is helping Thailand’s supply chain network and advance the decarbonization of its freight transportation system.The U.S. Trade and Development Agency announced last week that it has awarded a grant to the Thai Ministry of Transport’s…

Prince Rupert Port's Ridley Island Project Passes Federal Environmental Review

Mar 02, 2023

The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) announced that the Ridley Island Export Logistics Project (RIELP) has received its final determination of the federal environmental effects evaluation review.The project is part of the Port of Prince Rupert’s…

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