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Shipping Giant Maersk Replaces CEO

Dec 12, 2022

Shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk said on Monday it had appointed Vincent Clerc, who has been with the firm for 25 years, to replace Soren Skou as Chief Executive Officer as of Jan 1. Company veteran Clerc, who currently heads the company's Ocean & Logistics business…

In a First, Scottish Port Set to Offer Shore Power for Offshore Vessels

Dec 09, 2022

Montrose Port Authority says the port is set to become the first Scottish port to provide shore power infrastructure to the energy sector.To enable shore power to offshore energy industry vessels, the port has partnered with with Plug Shore Power Ltd in a 50/50 joint venture…

Global Port Services Supports Construction of Scotland's Largest Offshore Wind Farm

Dec 08, 2022

Global Port Services, owned by Global Energy Group alongside the Port of Nigg, has said it has secured multiple contracts to support its client Seagreen Wind Energy Limited (SWEL), with site enabling works for the pre-assembly construction of…

Rotterdam Studying Large-scale Ammonia cracking for Hydrogen Imports

Dec 07, 2022

The Port of Rotterdam Authority and a group of partners have kicked off a study into the possible establishment of a large-scale ammonia cracker, which would enable imports of 1 million tonnes of hydrogen per year for the decarbonization of industry and mobility…

Terminal Operators Upgrade Rail-shortsea Connection at Rotterdam

Dec 07, 2022

Procedures have been overhauled in a critical link between Europe’s rail freight and shortsea networks in Rotterdam, in an upgrade responding to customer feedback which also enhances multimodal transport competitiveness.Rail Service Center Rotterdam…

Magdalena Bosson Named CEO at Ports of Stockholm

Dec 02, 2022

On January 1, Magdalena Bosson will become the new Ports of Stockholm Chief Executive Officer.On December 1, Stockholms Hamn AB Board of Directors appointed Magdalena Bosson as the company's Chief Executive Officer. Bosson has many years extensive experience from her previous roles…

Greek LNG Terminals in the Pipeline

Nov 30, 2022

As demand grows for liquefied natural gas in Europe in the wake of the war in Ukraine, Greece has relied heavily on its sole LNG terminal off Athens to replace Russian gas imports.Now it is looking to build new floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs) that could be operational by 2024…

Furetank Gets Grant Funding for Shore Power Setup

Nov 29, 2022

Furetank has been granted state and EU climate investment support for installing shore power connection on a tanker currently in production.The funding will be provided by Klimatklivet, an initiative by the The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and NextGenerationEU…

LNG Backlog at Spanish Ports Has Eased

Nov 28, 2022

Spanish gas grid operator Enagas said on Friday a backlog at its terminals that had forced it to warn it could reject deliveries of liquefied natural gas (LNG) had eased.On October 17, Enagas had issued a special situation notice due to unexpectedly…

Rotterdam Port to House Battolyser Plant for Green Hydrogen Production

Nov 28, 2022

The Port of Rotterdam on Monday said it will help develop a 14,000 square metre factory for Battolyser Systems, a company that designs combined battery and green hydrogen production machines.Financial terms were not disclosed.The port, which…

APM Terminals Valencia Building New Maintenance Workshop

Nov 28, 2022

APM Terminals Valencia this month laid the foundation stone of a new 2,145 square meter maintenance workshop on the Levante quay.According to APM Terminals, the new workshop will enable the terminal to support increasing volumes and combine…

Hutchison Ports BEST Installs Solar Panels

Nov 23, 2022

Hutchison Ports BEST terminal has installed 1,832 solar panels on almost half a hectare of its buildings. BEST has already contracted electricity with a 100% renewable origin guarantee at the beginning of 2022.This is an auto-supply installation capable of generating 1…

Large Vessels Require Extra Tug in Port of Rotterdam

Nov 21, 2022

Large vessels are required to have extra tug assistance due to tunnel construction work in the Scheur, the Port of Rotterdam Authority said.From November 12, seagoing vessels exceeding 140 meters long have requires a tugboat on the Scheur between…

Container Traffic Suffers at Spain's Port of Valencia

Nov 18, 2022

International geopolitical and economic uncertainty is weighing on container traffic at the Port of Valencia, which reported a 7.7% drop (4,336,957 TEU) for the first 10 months of 2022.According to data from the Statistical Bulletin of the Port Authority of Valencia (PAV)…

Ukraine Lacks Viable Plan B to Boost Grain Exports Via Rail, Road or River

Nov 17, 2022

Ukraine has few viable options currently to boost grain exports by rail, road or river barge anytime soon if a United Nations-brokered deal with Moscow to export by sea runs into trouble.Ukraine is one of the world’s leading grain and oilseed…

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