- PetroChina loses $2.1 bln in profits in 1Q16
- U.S. battles for European gas mkts. with Russia-Norway
- Will US LNG lower prices in Europe?
- Danish Dong sees 35% rise in 1Q16 profits due to wind
- Seadrill Makes First Step Toward Refinancing
- EU Clears CMA CGM, NOL Merger, with Conditions
- Asia Tankers-VLCCs Rates Ease as Tanker Jams Fade
- Norovirus Outbreak on Fred. Olsen Cruise Ship
- US LNG to lower European dependency on Russian gas
- Croatian mayor welcomes new Turkish Airlines route
- UN Urges Stronger Regional Approach to Gulf of Guinea Piracy
- Sembcorp Marine Profit Falls as Clients Defer Offshore Projects
- Panama Canal to Hold Lottery to Pick First Vessel Through Expanded Canal
- New Offshore Vessel ‘Edda Freya’ Powered by Lithium Ion Battery
- Oregon State Looking for Shipbuilder to Construct a New 193′ Research Ship
Kingston Wharves Port Expansion
According to jamaicaobserver.com, the Kingston Wharves port expansion project will cost up to US$50 million.
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Dutch oorts to appeal EC tax decisionThe Port of Rotterdam Authority, together with the Amsterdam Port Authority, Groningen Seaports, the Moederdijk Port Authority, the Port of Den Helder and Zeeland Seaports, is going to appeal against the decision of the European Commission which states th
Santos Port stevedores to strike on mondayStevedores in Santos, Brazil's largest port, have scheduled a 24-hour strike for Monday, demanding wage hike adjustments for inflation as the country's main commodity markets gear up for the export season.
With sanctions lifted, IRISL resumes service to HamburgThe 207m x 29.8m Azargoun was built for IRISL at what was then the Aker MTW shipyard in Wismar in 2003.
Port of long beach expecting 5% cargo growth in 2016The Port of Long Beach, the second largest port in the United States, will see 5 percent growth in cargo volume this year as a strong U.S. dollar spurs consumer demand, the west coast port’s chief executive said on Thursday.
APM Terminals Completes $1 Billion Grup Maritim TCB AcquisitionAPM Terminals says it has completed the $1 billion acquisition of Barcelona-based Grup Maritim TCB’s port and rail interests, expanding the maritime services’ container terminal portfolio in Europe and Latin America.
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- Philly Shipyard Delivers Third LNG-Ready Jones Act Tanker to Crowley
- NTSB to Resume Search for El Faro’s Voyage Data Recorder
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- Political Drama Already Over Expanded Panama Canal Inauguration Invites
- Pirates Release Kidnapped Bourbon Crew Off Nigeria
- Top U.S. Navy Officer Sentenced in “Fat Leonard” Bribery Scheme
- Taiwan Dealing with Major Oil Spill from Fractured TS Taipei Cargo Ship
- After Clash Chinese Flotilla Heads to Indonesia
- Norwegian Shipowners See Tighter Access to Capital in Weak Market
- Damen Wants You to Convert Your Laid-Up Platform Supply Vessels
- Tappan Zee Tugboat Captain Dies on Hudson River
- Huntington Ingalls CEO Urges Speedup of U.S. Navy’s Next Amphibious Ship Program
- Seadrill Said to Hire Help on Debt Talks
- Malaysia: 100 Chinese Boats in Malaysian Waters in South China Sea
- Maersk Deliverer Contract Terminated Early