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Snarled in Traffic, Intermodal Answers Include the Water

It was just last month that the (challenged) Keefe family packed up the SUV and set out for a little bit of spring break fun, mixed in with a college visit for my son,

Alberta Energy Minister Inexperience Concerns Industry

Canada's oil and gas industry is concerned about the inexperience of Alberta's new energy minister, but is ready to give her the benefit of the doubt for now as she takes on the closely watched role,

Russell: China Boosting Oil Trading Positions

If you are looking for evidence that China is becoming more assertive in the global economy, then the trading of physical crude oil in Asia is a good example. Chinaoil,

World's Least-Polluting Nations at Table in Paris

If your country were responsible for only 0.05 percent of the world's climate-changing emissions, you might not think it worth making a plan to curb that pollution

Gas to UK's Barrow South Gas Terminal Stopped

Gas deliveries into Britain's Barrow South gas terminal have fallen to zero, National Grid data showed on Tuesday. Flows were below 10 million cubic metres per

Egypt Extends Med Gas Exploration Tender

Egypt has extended its tender for natural gas exploration in the Mediterranean Sea by two months with the addition of four new blocks, the state gas board said on Tuesday,

Brent Down to $65 on U.S. Shale, Dollar

U.S. weekly oil rig count decline slows; producers to ramp up output at current price.   Oil fell to around $65 a barrel on Tuesday, pressured by the possibility that U.

CNPC Makes Tight Oil Find over 100 mln tonnes

Chinese state-owned energy giant China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) has discovered more than 100 million tonnes of tight oil geological reserves in its Changqing field,

Good Start for Glander in Offshore Brazil

  Glander International Bunkering, today announced a very successful start to its new physical operations in East Coast South America (Offshore Recife, Brazil).

Harnessing Offshore Wind Peaks in U.S.

  For the US energy industry, 2014 will be remembered as the year when crude oil prices fell below 50$/bbl, resulting in significant realignments in the sector.

Avance VLGCs Fixed

 Avance Gas said repairs of two very large gas carriers (VLGCs) are complete, allowing the delayed ships to get to work.   Both new build VLGCs recently dry-docked - Breeze (83,

Maersk Line to Reduce CO2 Emission per Container by 60%

 The world’s largest container shipping company Maersk Line has set itself a bold new target to cut CO2 emissions by 60% by 2020.   The company has stated that

Dortmund Port's Throughput Up

  In 2014, Dortmund’s combined goods throughput on ships and trains amounted to 5.7 million tonnes, compared to 5.3 in the previous year. 2.9 million tonnes (+600,000) of this was ship related.

Dubai Establishes Maritime Arbitration Centre

 The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) is in the final stages of completing the rules for the first maritime arbitration centre in the Middles East: the Emirates

Gener8 Maritime to Go Public

 Private equity-backed tanker operator Gener8 Maritime filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to proceed with an initial public offering worth up to $100m.

Viking Orders 2 Liebherr Cranes

  An LR 1300 with super lift equipment and an LR 1160 crawler crane will strengthen the fleet of Viking Cranes. The Tallinn-based company with branch offices

Red Tape, Industrial Relations Could Stifle LNG Potential

  Australia could develop the world’s most technologically advanced LNG industry, according to a report by Accenture. But if industry is to reach its potential

KPCT Launches New Gulf Service

  Containerized volumes are steadily increasing on the East Coast of India. Keeping pace with the growth, Krishnapatnam Port Co. Ltd. (KPCT) now offers a new service to the Gulf sector.

Pipeline Spill Could Hamper California Oil Projects

  Hundreds of barrels of oil that gushed from a ruptured coastal pipeline in scenic California this week could stiffen opposition to large oil projects that companies want to build in the state,

Indonesia Rolls Out First Green Container Terminal

 It was an historic moment for Indonesia when President of Indonesia inaugurated the Lamong Bay Terminal in Surabaya, East Java, operated by state-owned PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Pelindo III).

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