Oil Tanker News

 

As Shale Oil Gains Slow, Deepwater Port Struggles for Customers

Apr 22, 2024

As U.S. shale oil boomed last decade, an oil pipeline company pitched an ambitious multi-billion-dollar export port off the Texas coast to ship domestic crude to buyers in Europe and Asia.In April, Enterprise Products Partners' SPOT became the first project to receive a license from the U.S. maritime regulator for a deepwater port that could load two supertankers, each of which can carry up to 2 million barrels of oil at a time…

U.S. Gulf Coast Imports of Straight-Run Fuel Oil at Record

May 28, 2024

Imports of straight-run fuel oil (SRFO) to the U.S Gulf Coast were set to climb to record levels this month as Mideast and African suppliers ramped up exports and U.S. refiners scrambled for heavy feedstocks, according to data from ship tracker Kpler…

Logistics News

New Cruise Terminal to Be Built in Port of Klaipėda

New Cruise Terminal to Be Built in Port of Klaipėda

Adani Aims to Complete Phase One of Long-delayed Port by Year-end

Adani Aims to Complete Phase One of Long-delayed Port by Year-end

Delft Students Cross North Sea on Self-Built Hydrogen Boat

Delft Students Cross North Sea on Self-Built Hydrogen Boat

Damen’s New Dredger Starts Work in Indonesia

Damen’s New Dredger Starts Work in Indonesia

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