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15
Nov 2018

The 180,000-ton XL vessel, under construction at Finland’s Meyer Turku yard, will be the first LNG-fuelled cruise ship to operate in North America.

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13
Nov 2018

Under the terms of the agreement, Kirby will acquire 27 of CGBM 100, LLC's (CGBM) 10,000 barrel inland marine tank barges.

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09
Nov 2018

Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine (GGZEM) announced today the start of construction of the Water-Go-Round, the first-of-its-kind hydrogen fuel cell boat.

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07
Nov 2018

The Harbor Island project, expected to be realised by late 2020, would be the first onshore location in the US Gulf able to service fully-laden VLCCs.

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06
Nov 2018

Limetree Bay Refining says it has reached an agreement in principle with the supply and trading arms of ‘a major international oil company on the restart of the idled refinery at Limetree Bay, St Croix, US Virgin Islands.

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06
Nov 2018

Mark Regis, Shell's country chair for the English and Dutch Caribbean (excluding Trinidad and Tobago), has highlighted the ‘natural synergies’ between a proposed multi-fuel terminal in the Bahamas and LNG bunkering.

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05
Nov 2018

A German shipping company, MST Mineralien Schiffahrt Spedition und Transport GmbH (MST), pleaded guilty and has been sentenced in Portland, Maine, for obstruction of justice and for maintaining false official records to conceal deliberate pollution from one of its ships.

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31
Oct 2018

A total of 673,077 metric tonnes (mt) of marine fuel were delivered at the Panama Canal during August and September, 7.7% down on the 729,783 mt supplied during the same two months in 2017.

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30
Oct 2018

The ICE Permian WTI futures contract is designed to provide price discovery, settlement and delivery at Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P.’s terminal in East Houston.

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30
Oct 2018

The long-term terminal services agreement will allow Marathon Petroleum Corporation to use approximately 50% of the terminal’s initial capacity of 1 million barrels.

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