On Friday 23 December, ENGIE and the Turkish construction companies Kolin and Kalyon have inaugurated the ETKI LNG terminal.
Archives for December 2016
MLIT launches a feasibility study for LNG bunkering in the port of Yokohama, the first LNG bunkering facility development project in Japan.
New cargo business is coming to the Port of Long Beach’s largest terminal thanks to Harbor Commission approval Wednesday of an agreement replacing a vessel operator that declared bankruptcy.
NYK, MC, Toho LNG Shipping, and Tohoku Electric Power will participate in the joint ownership of a new LNG vessel for the Cameron LNG project in the U.S.
Ports of Auckland has commissioned a feasibility study to look at alternative methods for powering cruise ships when in port.
At least seven Pakistanis on board an Iranian cargo ship were reportedly killed after a rocket attack destroyed the vessel off the coast of Yemen last week.
Two decommissioned offshore supply vessels of Maersk Supply sank off the coast of Franceas they were being towed to a scrapyard in Turkey.
While LDCs account for about 12% of the world’s population, their share in global exports stands at about 1%, the report.
Diana Shipping Inc., announced that in connection with the previously announced cancellation of a shipbuilding contract for a Kamsarmax dry bulk carrier