Crowley Logistics has expanded its North Atlantic network of vessels with extra capacity between the Northeastern US, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and the islands of the Caribbean Basin.
Sempra Energy subsidiary Port Arthur LNG and Polish Oil & Gas Company (PGNiG) have inked an agreement to export two million tonnes per annum (mtpa) of LNG from North America to Poland.
DP World is expanding its facilities at the DP World Prince Rupert Fairview Container Terminal after agreeing with the Port of Prince Rupert on the terms of a project development plan that outlines the next phase of expansion at the terminal.
At the board meeting held on 22 September, the commissioners of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey approved a $3.4m contract with Hatch Associates Consultants for its first ever comprehensive master plan.
The government of Canada is mulling a ban on crude oil tankers off Northern British Columbia for environmental reasons, cutting off a lucrative export market for the country.
Crowley Maritime has announced the formalization of two new groups: Government Services and Global Ship Management. These two new, standalone business segments, which were previously embedded in other company business units, will allow Crowley and its personnel to better serve customers in these unique contracting segments. Leading the new business units are industry veterans Mike Golonka, vice president, government services, and Wendy MacDonald, vice president, Global Ship Management.
WesPac Midstream and Clean Marine Energy (CME) have inked a contract with Conrad Shipyard to build the first LNG bunker barge for the North American market.
Sulphur emissions caps in both the North Sea and North America ECAs could risk “unforeseen pitfalls” for operators, according to routeing firm Applied Weather Technologies (AWT).