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21
Aug 2017

GCC, the recently launched Houston-based physical supplier, will offer ultra-low sulphur fuel oil via dedicated barges from September at a discount to DMA 0.10% sulphur fuel. Bunkerspot caught up with Managing Directors Mark VandeVoorde and John Mafrige to find out more about the company's first three months in business.

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18
Aug 2017

Philly Shipyard Inc. (PSI) revealed it had signed a letter of intent to build up to four new 3,600 TEU ‘Aloha Class’ vessels in July but did not disclose the buyer’s identity.

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17
Aug 2017

Located on the Mississippi River at Mt. Airy, Pin Oak Terminals has a potential storage capacity of more than 10 million barrels of crude oil, refined products, chemicals, and other liquids.

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17
Aug 2017

A new memorandum issued by the Liquefied Gas Carrier National Center of Expertise gives recommendations for the maritime industry to follow when assessing the risk of LNG Simultaneous Operations (SIMOPS).

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16
Aug 2017

The companies’ decision to team up on refined products logistics infrastructure assets in the US Pacific Northwest is to be marked by the purchase of two large-scale refined products terminals in Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon.

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16
Aug 2017

The company has announced the appointment of a catalyst expert Dr Victor Solovyev as Project Manager.

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15
Aug 2017

The Californian port has commissioned a $230,000 high-voltage cable system that is will allow more vessels to connect to Oakland’s landside power grid.

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15
Aug 2017

West Street Infrastructure Partners III, a fund managed by Goldman Sachs, is paying $136 million for an interest in Compania de Puertos Asociados (Compas)

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15
Aug 2017

Fourchon LNG LLC intends to file an application with the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for authorisation to construct a 5 million tonnes per annum mid-scale LNG facility at the Louisianan port.

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14
Aug 2017

Cruise ships calling at the Canadian port will now be able to use shore power following the completion of the CAD $11 million green initiative.

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