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Queensland coal shipments extend downward trend

Coal shipments from Queensland's ports have remained subdued in August after reaching a 17-month low in July, as demand stays weak and...

India’s container space tightness seen easing in Sep as imports recover...

Highlights: Voided sailings seen falling to 3% in September from 23% in MayRecovery in imports seen bringing more containers...

PetroChina’s inland refineries send gasoline by sea

China's state-controlled PetroChina has exported gasoline to the seaborne market from its inland refineries as supplies in northeast China...

Flooding disrupts coal shipping on Yangtze river

Flooding in regions along China's Yangtze river since early this month has disrupted domestic coal shipping to surrounding regions. The flooding...

Brazil to auction 8 ports, 30 highways: Correction

Brazil's government is targetting eight port terminals for liquid and solid bulk and 30 toll roads among assets to be...

FMC examines COVID-19 impacts on New York/New Jersey ports

The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has entered “phase two” of a fact-finding investigation launched earlier this year by the agency into...

Waterborne share of US-Mexico fuel flows shrank

Port delays, storage issues and increased inspections pushed US Gulf coast clean products exports to Mexico away from waterborne...

Coronavirus: Is this the end for the North Sea oil industry?

For the last couple of months, the headlines coming out of the North Sea oil fields have made for pretty grim reading. 

Coronavirus could delay portion of 300-MW Ameren wind project

The coronavirus may delay construction of part of an Ameren Corp. wind project to 2021, Chairman, President and CEO Warner Baxter said...

Virginia port closes cargo terminal as shipping volume drops

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (AP) — The Port of Virginia will soon close a cargo terminal as shipping volume decreases amid the coronavirus pandemic,...
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