Iraq's Khor al-Zubair Petroleum Terminal Reopens After Protests
Port of LA: Tariffs Threaten Millions of U.S. Jobs
First American LNG Shipment for Ukraine Arrives at Polish Port
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Iraq's Khor al-Zubair Petroleum Terminal Reopens After Protests

Protests in southern Iraq continue to hamper port operations at Umm Qasr, the nation's main entry point for food commodity imports, and the disruption has intermittently affected the nearby petroleum terminals at Khor al-Zubair as well. Protesters have periodically cut off road access to...

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Port of LA: Tariffs Threaten Millions of U.S. Jobs

 A new study commissioned by the Port of Los Angeles finds that U.S. tariffs put nearly 1.5 million American jobs and more than $185 billion in economic activity at risk nationwide - based sol...

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First American LNG Shipment for Ukraine Arrives at Polish Port

The first American LNG cargo for ultimate delivery to Ukraine has arrived at a terminal in the port of  Swinoujscie, Poland. The geopolitically-significant shipment represents the start of an ...

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Design Readied for Floating Bauxite Terminal in Australia

The front-end engineering and design (FEED) has been completed for a new floating terminal for the Bauxite Hills Mine, operated by Australia’s Metro Mining Limited. Bauxite ore is t...

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CSA Protests Malaysia's Scrubber Ban

The exhaust gas scrubber industry group Clean Shipping Alliance said Thursday that it is disappointed with Malaysia's decision to ban the use of open-loop scrubbers in its ports and territorial...

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Florida and Mexican Seaports Agree to Enhance Trade

On behalf of Florida’s 15 seaports, the Florida Ports Council has entered into a Letter of Intent with the Coordination of Ports and Merchant Marine of Mexico to maintain relations that ...

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British Ports Association Releases Port Planning White Paper

ABPmer and the British Ports Association (BPA) have published a white paper highlighting how masterplanning can contribute to growth in coastal regions as well as help ports communicate their strat...

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Interview: Edmund Hughes, IMO, Talks on Sulfur Cap Readiness

Edmund Hughes has day to day responsibility for MARPOL Annex VI including the development and finalization of the instruments to support the consistent implementation of the 0.50 percent sulfur cap...

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Port of Liverpool Posts Record-Breaking Monthly Container Volume

UK container port operator Peel Ports announced that its terminal at the Port of Liverpool handled record-breaking volume in October, up by 12 percent relative to the same period last year. ...

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Seeking Viability Along the Asian Silk Road Railway

Chinese financing initially helped develop and sustain the operation of the Trans-Asian China-Europe Silk Road railway service. Due to mounting financial pressure, China now reducing the operating ...

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Port of Hamburg Reports Rapid Growth

The Port of Hamburg announced Wednesday that its cargo growth has accelerated this year, rising nearly three percent by tonnage and seven percent by TEU volume. The percentage gains exceeded the pe...

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China Has Signed 197 Belt and Road Deals with 137 Countries

China has signed 197 Belt and Road cooperation documents with 137 countries and 30 international organizations as at the end of October, says China's National Development and Reform Commission....

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