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EU Sanctions Target Russian Gas for the First Time

Jun 21, 2024

European Union countries agreed on a 14th package of sanctions against Russia over its war in Ukraine, diplomats said on Thursday, including their first restrictions on Russian gas.The package bans re-exports of Russian liquefied natural gas (LNG) in EU waters but stops short of banning imports as the bloc did in 2022 for Russian seaborne oil. Some EU countries still import pipeline gas from Russia via Ukraine…

New Ramp Installed at Port of Kapellskär

Jul 17, 2024

In order to streamline and upgrade Port of Kapellskär, a new ramp for RoRo traffic has been installed.The Port of Kapellskär offers the closest route between Sweden and Finland and is an important link for trade and travel between the neighboring countries…

Port of Rotterdam to Support Curaçao Industrial Zone Redevelopment

Jul 17, 2024

Port of Rotterdam Authority will contribute to the redevelopment of the lands owned by the state-owned company Refineria di Kòrsou (RdK). In addition to traditional uses, these lands will be used for several new future-proof sustainable economic activities…

Italy's New FLNG Terminal to Be Operational by March 2025

Jul 12, 2024

Italy's gas grid group Snam SRG.MI said on Friday it expected a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal to become operational by March 2025, allowing the country to diversify further its energy supplies.The floating terminal in the Adriatic…

Russian Attack Damages Ukrainian Port

Jul 10, 2024

Russia launched 20 drones and five missiles at Ukraine on Wednesday, killing two people in the Black Sea region of Odesa, damaging port infrastructure and hitting an energy facility in the northwest, officials said.A truck driver and security…

Construction of Germany's First Land-based LNG Terminal Starts

Jun 28, 2024

The construction of Germany's first land-based liquefied national gas (LNG) terminal at the inland port of Stade kicked off on Friday with the goal of starting operation in 2027, said the project firm Hanseatic Energy Hub (HEH).The project on…

Port of Dover Adds New Mobile Harbor Crane

Jun 26, 2024

The Port of Dover has added a new Liebherr LHM 550 mobile harbor crane, in a move that aims to enhance productivity at the U.K. seaport.The Port of Dover, a pivotal port in UK-EU trade, handles 33% of the UK’s trade with the EU, reinforcing…

DP World Romania Doubles Container Shipping Capacity in Black Sea Port

Jun 19, 2024

DP World Romania has more than doubled its container shipping operating capacity in the Black Sea port of Constanta following investment that will also boost cargo and other freight, its chief executive officer said.The operator, part of the UAE's DP World [RIC:RIC:DPWRD…

India Approves $9-billion Port to Boost Trade with Europe

Jun 19, 2024

India's cabinet approved development on Wednesday of a new deep-water port that the government said will be a crucial part of a plan to connect the Asian country with Europe by sea and rail links through the Middle East.The Vadhavan port will be built on India's western coast…

German Port Strikes Disrupt $6 Billion in Trade

Jun 19, 2024

Port strikes at five key five German ports may cost $6 billion (£4.71 billion) in lost trade according to data and analytics company Russell Group.Of this $6 billion, analysis by Russell’s ALPS Marine has identified that commodities such as cars & people carriers ($399 million/£313 million)…

NASH Maritime to Study Navigation Risk for Ireland Offshore Wind Hub

Jun 11, 2024

NASH Maritime to undertake Consultancy NASH Maritime reports it has been commissioned to prepare the navigation risk assessment for the proposed development that will see Rosslare Europort become the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) hub for Ireland’s South East…

Econnect Installs Floating Jetty at German LNG Terminal

Jun 11, 2024

Norway's Econnect Energy is installing a floating jetty for use at Germany's Wilhelmshaven liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal, its CEO said in an interview.Norway overtook Russia as Europe's biggest gas supplier in 2022 after Moscow's invasion of Ukraine…

Rhine in South Germany Reopens to Shipping

Jun 07, 2024

The river Rhine in south Germany reopened to cargo shipping on Friday after being closed by high water since the weekend, navigation authorities said.Falling water levels after dryer weather this week mean Rhine river shipping has re-started around Maxau in south Germany…

Russia Starts Wheat Shipments to Brazil from Baltic Terminal

Jun 07, 2024

Russia has started wheat shipments to Brazil from Vysotsky Port on the Baltic Sea, the quality inspection arm of Russia's agricultural watchdog said on Friday.'Grain was shipped to Brazil from Russian Baltic Sea ports for the first time,' the grain quality assessment centre said…

Port of Antwerp Closes a Dock and a Lock Due to Oil Spill

Jun 07, 2024

Authorities at the port of Antwerp have closed a dock and are using drones to monitor the fallout from an oil spill that occurred while a ship was bunkering at one of its docks, a port spokesperson said on Friday.'We are doing everything we can to make sure the oil stays locally…

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