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Exxon Mobil, Shell among groups picked to build five Pakistan LNG terminals


Pakistan has selected groups that include Exxon Mobil Corp and Royal Dutch Shell to build five liquefied natural gas (LNG)

Ships resume guiding vessels to Beaumont, Texas: U.S. Coast Guard


Pilots resumed steering vessels along the ship channel to Beaumont, Texas, one day after they stopped guiding vessels through the

Trade unions at Cochin Port ask Govt to stop giving sops to vessels


The Cochin Port Joint Trade Union Forum has come out against all forms of concessions to vessels, including coastal and

Chinese company grants $1.2bn for Gwadar Port’s development


The sub-Committee of the Senate Standing Committee on Maritime Affairs was told on Friday that the China Overseas Port Holding

Pakistan gives green light to five LNG terminal plans


Pakistan has given the go-ahead to five consortiums, including Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch Shell and Mitsubishi, to progress with their

Nigeria Seeks to Install Scanners at Seaports to boost ease of doing business


The federal government has been urged to compel the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) to provide scanners at the nation’s sea

New ITF report on “Maritime subsidies”: FEPORT calls for more transparency and a review of the Maritime State Aid Guidel


FEPORT who represents the private port companies and terminals performing cargo handling activities in EU ports welcomes the publication of

“Ports are focusing on holistic transport system planning”


What are the latest infrastructure trends that GCC ports are embracing?
Capacity expansion There is a big focus on capacity

Navis Survey of Global Container Terminal Customers Reveals Automated Decision Making an Important Next Wave of Innovati


Improved operational consistencies, enhanced equipment utilization among the top benefits of artificial intelligence (AI)-driven decisions

Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation

Saudi Aramco confident Khurais full output to resume by end-September


Saudi Aramco is confident full production will resume by the end of September from Khurais, one of two oil sites

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