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APM Terminals Pipavav Sees Train Boost in July

Aug 03, 2023

APM Terminals Pipavav announced it handled 206 trains in July 2023, its highest count for any month this year.Of these, the reminal loaded 166 double stack (DS) trains, surpassing the port's own previous record of loading 157 double stack trains in 2020…

Pakistan's Import of Russian Crude Facing Obstacles

Jul 31, 2023

Pakistan is unlikely to meet a target for Russian crude to make up two-thirds of its oil imports, despite attractive prices, hampered by a shortage of foreign currency and limitations at its refineries and ports, officials and analysts say.The…

Obscure Traders Ship Half Russia's Oil Exports to India, China After Sanctions

Jul 27, 2023

A Liberian-flagged oil tanker set sail in May from Russia's Ust-Luga port carrying crude on behalf of a little-known trading company based in Hong Kong. Before the ship had even reached its destination in India, the cargo changed hands.The new owner of the 100…

Amsterdam Moves to Ban Cruise Ships

Jul 22, 2023

Amsterdam took a first step toward banning large cruise liners under broader plans to reduce mass tourism and pollution, officials said on Friday.Once implemented, the measures adopted by the city council would bring the Dutch capital into line with other high-profile European cities…

Gastrade Awards Alexandroupolis LNG Terminal Towage Contract to Svitzer

Jul 13, 2023

A.P. Moller-Maersk's towage arm Svitzer announced it has signed a 15-year agreement to service Gastrade’s Alexandroupolis Independent Natural Gas System (Alexandroupolis INGS) LNG terminal—the first offshore LNG project in Greece—set to become operational in the beginning of 2024…

Cheniere Shunning Panama Canal for Longer LNG Routes to Asia

Jul 11, 2023

Top U.S. LNG exporter Cheniere Energy LNG.A is shunning the Panama Canal to transport liquefied natural gas to Asia because the market is not supporting use of the waterway, said Chief Operating Officer Corey Grindal on Monday.The Panama Canal historically has been used by U…

Next Wave of North American LNG Export Projects to Face Labor Challenges

Jul 10, 2023

A coming wave of North American liquefied natural gas (LNG) export projects faces staffing challenges that are prompting some of the biggest developers to expand training and coordinate projects to keep construction workers.There are eight export…

Monjasa Begins Bunkering Operations in Singapore

Jul 05, 2023

Marine fuels trader and supplier Monjasa announced it has commenced supply operations in the Port of Singapore, the world’s largest bunkering hub.The Danish-based company said its Singapore operation now has one tanker in full service and that it expects to add two more tankers later this year…

Cheniere Energy Returns Louisiana LNG Export Plant to Full Production

Jun 30, 2023

Cheniere Energy Inc's Sabine Pass LNG export facility returned to full production this week after undergoing maintenance, data from Refinitiv showed.The increased production is expected to help third quarter exports of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) which fell in May to 7…

Canada Clamps Down on Cruise Liners Dumping Sewage

Jun 26, 2023

Canada on Friday banned cruise ships from dumping sewage and dirty water close to shore, and said it would impose fines of up to C$250,000 ($190,000) for offending vessels.A range of anti-pollution measures introduced on a voluntary basis in April 2022 will become obligatory with immediate effect…

Carrix to Acquire Ceres Terminals

Jun 26, 2023

Marine terminal operator Carrix announced it has agreed to purchase Ceres Terminals from Macquarie Infrastructure Partners III, a fund managed by Macquarie Asset Management. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.Ceres was established…

Wärtsilä to Extend Regasification Capacity for Croatian LNG Terminal

Jun 15, 2023

Technology group Wärtsilä has been contracted to extend the capacity of the regasification system installed onboard the LNG Croatia with a new regasification module. The 280-meter-long floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) vessel is owned by Zagreb-based LNG Hrvatska…

How Port Operators Are Delivering End-to-end Offerings that Enhance Global Supply Chains

Jun 15, 2023

The COVID-19 pandemic put a spotlight on the importance of global supply chains. Many Canadians, most of whom had never thought about the details of how a shipment made its way from origin to destination suddenly found themselves acutely aware of how critical efficient…

PowerCon Installs Shore Power for Cruiseport Rotterdam

Jun 13, 2023

Denmark-based PowerCon has been appointed to realize the shore power installation of Cruiseport Rotterdam. Peter Castberg Knudsen, partner of PowerCon, and Mai Elmar, director of Cruiseport Rotterdam and Cruiseport Shore Power (CSP), signed the agreement June 2…

Port of Seattle Commissions Third Shore Power System at Pier 66

Jun 12, 2023

The Port of Seattle is installing a third shore power system at Pier 66, making it the world’s first port with three of the systems for cruise ships. The technology can significantly reduce emissions and improve air quality by allowing ships…

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Russia's Seaborne Oil Product Exports Fell in March

Russia's Seaborne Oil Product Exports Fell in March

UKHO Appoints Blake Interim Chief Executive

UKHO Appoints Blake Interim Chief Executive

Denmark Bans Discharge of Scrubber Water

Denmark Bans Discharge of Scrubber Water

Updated Version of Guidelines for Cleaning Containers Released

Updated Version of Guidelines for Cleaning Containers Released

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