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ONGC to sign pact for Mangalore LNG terminal on March 18

State-owned Oil & Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) will sign an agreement on March 18 to conduct feasibility of setting up $500-750 million liquid gas (LNG) import terminal at Mangalore.

Land acquisition begins for Ashuganj container port

The government has started the process for acquisition of 18 acres of land for construction of an inland container river port at Ashuganj under an Indian Line of Credit (LoC), officials said.

Ports riding on Asia Pacific growth

"Resilient" growth in Asia Pacific is propping up port development in the region but the best is yet to come, according to IHS Global Insight's Rajiv Biswas.

Antwerp and Rotterdam promote pipeline construction
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The ports of Antwerp and Rotterdam are home to two of the largest industrial clusters in Europe, and pipelines are of vital importance for the companies operating there.
Odisha may relax capacity utilization milestone for Dhamra port

The Odisha government may exempt Dhamra port from achieving a capacity utilization of at least 70%-a condition that it had imposed on the non-major port for allotment of land needed for its second phase expansion.

Mexico's port projects will receive $783.1m

The Enrique Pena Nieto Administration will invest $783.1m in the maritime sector to improve and build new infrastructure in six Mexican ports.

Jindal Steel settles for 49% stake in Orissa's Gopalpur Ports

Congress party lawmaker Naveen Jindal -led Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL) had to rework its plan to acquire a majority 60% stake in Gopalpur Ports Ltd and instead settle for 49% after the Orissa government rejected its proposal because the sale did not comply with terms of the contract.

Paradip Port records top growth in cargo handling

Paradip Port has achieved a record in daily handling of cargo. According to a statement issued by Paradip Port Trust, the port handled on last Monday a total of 3,57,424 tonnes of traffic surpassing the previous best of 3,44,621 tonnes handled on February 7 this year.
Mr N.N. Kumar, Chairman In-Incharge, JNPT shall address the Keynote for the Knowledge Series on 10th July 2013, Nehru Centre
"Outlook & Emerging Challenges - PORTS & SHIPPING"

Meet prominent speakers and industry professionals. Right platform for networking with the industry stalwarts.

Mr. N N Kumar,
Chairman-In-Charge, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust


Capt. Arun Karkare,
Marine Consultant, Sai Techno Consultants

Mr. Ajay Singh,
Chief Executive Officer, DP World Nhava Sheva

Mr. Rajiv Agarwal,

Mr G. Kannan, Head Logistics,
Larsen & Toubro

Mr. Michael Pinto, (Retd.) Secretary,
Government of India

Mr. T S Balasubramanian, Member Finance & Chairman-In-Charge,
Tariff Authority of Major Ports

Mr. Rajeev Gupta, Chairman,
Mumbai Port Trust

Capt. Dinesh Gautama,
Advisor, President, Navkar Corporation Ltd &
Advisor to Narottam Morarjee Institute of Shipping

Cdr. (Retd.) Sudhir Kumar,
Vice President – Strategic Planning,

Geekay Security Services Pvt. Ltd.
Senior Commandant Shri. Amit Sharan,

Col. Deepankar Chaudhary,
Lead Consultant,
Mahindra Special Services Company

Shri. Vijay Arora, IAS,
Indian Register of Shipping - IR CLASS

'Major ports should learn to live without TAMP'

Whether the Tariff Authority for Major Ports (TAMP) is allowed to continue or not, ports should be given more freedom in fixing tariff.

Ship Recycling Levy to Undermine Competitiveness of EU Ports

Several Members of the European Parliament are considering to table a compromise amendment on the draft ship recycling Regulation in order to establish a funding mechanism that would ensure the conscious recycling of ships.

Sugar Awaiting Loading at Brazil's Ports Rises 1.7% in Past Week

The amount of sugar awaiting loading at ports in top producer Brazil rose 1.7 percent over the past week, with vessels bound for Algeria, China and India, according to shipping agency Williams Servicos Maritimos Ltda.

NCSP Group turnover in January-February 2013 amounted to 24 mln tonnes

Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port Group announced that its consolidated cargo turnover for the period of January-February 2013 amounted to 24 million tonnes, compared to 27 mln tonnes in the same period of last year.

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Middle East a hot spot for ocean carriers

The recent growth in container traffic to/from the Middle East is encouraging ocean carriers to replace transshipment schedules with direct deep-sea services. Maersk's recent announcement that the Mid-East Gulf ports of Dammam (Saudi Arabia),
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TOC Bulk Ports & Technology Seminar comes to Europe

Following successful launch in Asia, focused seminar for dry bulk cargo handling and terminal operations debuts in Europe

London, 09.05.2013 – TOC Bulk Ports & Technology, the newest addition to the...
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The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA),
in cooperation with Colombia's Regional Port Societies,
flesh out the details of what is going to be "the port event of the year"

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Saudi Aramco, Seatrade Launch Global Workboats Technology Forum

Inaugural Global Workboat Technology Forum to be launched at Middle East Workboats & Offshore Marine 2013

The 2013 edition of Seatrade Middle East Workboats & Offshore Marine will see an exciting...
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Volkswagen Recognizes APM Terminals Inland Services India

Pune, India-  Volkswagen India selected APM Terminals Mumbai Container Freight Station (CFS) to receive its annual “Supplier Appreciation Award” for excellent performance during 2011-2012. The...
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APM Terminals Inland Services Expands in India
Nhava Sheva, India - With most of India’s containerized import cargo destined for Inland Container Depots (ICDs) or CFS facilities - due to existing infrastructure limitations - the inland container logistics market has been projected to exceed $3.5 billion USD in 2013.
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