Ships moved 388,000 barrels a day of products that do things like boost octane in fuel from the Gulf Coast to the East Coast, a 40 percent jump from the beginning of the year. Under the nearly 100-year-old Jones Act, only ships that are made in America are allowed to move commodities from one U.S. port to another.
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President Donald Trump would be proud — U.S.-manufactured tankers are hauling more gasoline between American ports than ever before.
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Port of Corpus Christi Expands Capacity for Wind TurbinesPort of Corpus Christi is well-known for its energy exports, but it is also the Gulf Coast's leading port for a specific category of energy imports: wind turbines for onshore wind farms.
ICTSI Wins 20-Year Concession for Port Sudan TerminalICTSI has won preferred-bidder status to operate and develop Port Sudan's South Port Container Terminal. Sudan's ports corporation selected ICTSI to run the terminal under a new 20-year concession.
Singapore Retains Top Spot in Shipping Development IndexSingapore remains unmoved at the top of the International Shipping Centre Development Index for the fifth successive year, according to a report published by the Baltic Exchange and Xinhua, China’s news agency.
Yamal LNG Shipment Arrives in China via Arctic RouteThe icebreaking LNG carriers Eduard Toll and Vladimir Rusanov have arrived at an LNG terminal near Nantong, China, completing their landmark voyage from the Yamal LNG liquefaction plant via Russia's Northern Sea Route.
DP World to Build Traders Market at Jebel AliDP World has signed an agreement for the joint construction of a new traders market at Jebel Ali Port and Free Zone in Dubai.
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