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- Norway increases electricity production in 2015
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- Collision in Kiel Canal Causes Damage
- United States restoration one of many grand projects for Crystal Cruises
- US jobless rate falls to 4.9 percent
- Gazprom prepares for 'gas price war' in Europe
- US trade deficit rises to $43.4 billion in December 2015
- Gas to remain key element for EU's energy mix
- Obama: Per barrel oil tax is smart investment
- Japan-Iran investment deal signed after sanctions lifted
- Iran accepts court's ruling in gas dispute with Turkey
- Russia to lose $600 bil. due to sanctions - oil prices
- EIB to support TANAP, and gas storage in Turkey
- Shell Turkey sees TL 16 billion in profit in 2015
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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China and Algeria Sign USD 3.3 Billion Port DealChina and Algeria have signed a USD 3.3 billion agreement to build a new center transshipment port at Cherchell, Algiers, Xinhua reported.
Antwerp Terminal Operators Under InvestigationThe European Commission has started an investigation into reductions in compensation payments to two container terminal operators in the Port of Antwerp, Belgium, to establish whether the alleged aid gave them an undue advantage over competitors.
Mixed fortunes for top US west coast container ports in 2015THE Port of Los Angeles recorded a 2.1% drop in container throughput last year to just under 8.2m teu, in contrast to neighbouring Long Beach, which handled almost 7.2m teu, a jump of 5.4%.
Chemical Container Fire Disrupts Brazil's Santos PortUp to a dozen containers carrying chemicals caught fire at a terminal at Brazil’s largest port of Santos on Thursday, restricting ship movement, representatives of the port authority Codesp said.
Port of Singapore 2015 Container Throughput Falls to 4-Year LowThe container turnover at the port of Singapore fell for the first time since 2009 to a four-year low in 2015, largely led by a slump in Asia-Europe volumes, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore said.
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