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Home » News » Projects - Q2 2009

Projects - Q2 2009

Bunker terminal planned for Maldives
29 Jun 2009 07:48 GMT
New marine fuel and crude oil storage facility is expected to be completed in 2011.

Guangzhou expansion plans for bunker supplier
24 Jun 2009 08:22 GMT
Petrochina JV eyes bunker supply partnership as agreement is signed to build South China's largest oil terminal.

Sri Lanka to build bunker storage facility
19 Jun 2009 09:51 GMT
Country to receive $US65 million loan to build bulk storage tank farm.

Long Beach to test 'sock on a stack' technology
19 Jun 2009 08:14 GMT
Pollution control device is said to have shown 'promising results' in early demonstrations.

Brightoil continues storage expansion programme
18 Jun 2009 10:22 GMT
Bunker supplier plans to build two fuel storage facilities in eastern China.

Port Everglades gets green light to explore cold ironing
12 Jun 2009 08:05 GMT
Florida port could become first on the US East Coast to install shoreside power.

Shark skin-inspired technology aims to cut fuel costs
05 Jun 2009 18:11 GMT
New hull coatings said to be 'showing promise' in improving fuel efficiency.

Fuel oil storage comes onstream in Rotterdam
05 Jun 2009 15:08 GMT
New storage tanks added following Phase 2 of the expansion of the Euro Tank Terminal

World's first cold ironing oil terminal unveiled
04 Jun 2009 08:06 GMT
Long Beach terminal becomes the first cold ironing facility in the world for liquid bulk ships.

Oakland to provide 'cold ironing'
29 May 2009 08:01 GMT
Californian port to install shore-based electrical power for two ship berths.

Vopak to build Amsterdam oil terminal
28 May 2009 09:46 GMT
New bunkering opportunities beckon for Amsterdam as Vopak confirms storage terminal investment.

Antwerp launches cold ironing trials
22 May 2009 17:37 GMT
Plug-in shoreside power is made available for the first time to seagoing ships.

Rotterdam negotiates capacity expansion
21 May 2009 10:01 GMT
Shipping terminal looks set to double its capacity to around 100,000 TEU.

Fujairah storage: 'Strategic' location for bunkering
19 May 2009 11:03 GMT
Work begins on storage unit said to be strategically located to supply fuel to commercial ships.

Namibia plans to build first oil refinery
19 May 2009 08:01 GMT
Potential boost for bunker sales if project to build Walvis Bay facility goes ahead.

Montreal proceeds with new terminal plans
15 May 2009 17:48 GMT
Positive news for future bunker volumes as plans to develop container terminal move forward.

Growth plans for West African port
11 May 2009 10:01 GMT
Construction of new export terminal bodes well for bunker sales volumes.

Bunker volumes set to grow at Middle East port
05 May 2009 09:48 GMT
New terminal is expected to increase capacity by 45 percent.

Bidding interest for new Sri Lanka terminal
23 Apr 2009 19:14 GMT
Potential investors collect bid documents to build new container terminal in Colombo.

Los Angeles oil terminal gets go-ahead
17 Apr 2009 10:17 GMT
New bunkering opportunities beckon for LA following approval of oil import terminal.

Vopak in China oil storage tie-up
10 Apr 2009 15:06 GMT
Terminal operator expected to build oil storage facility in southern China by 2011.

LA to offset 'cold ironing' consumption with new solar system
06 Apr 2009 17:18 GMT
Solar initiative to generate 10 megawatts of power as more ships plug into shoreside electricity.

Long Beach to review 'eco-project' in April
03 Apr 2009 08:04 GMT
Project proposes to use new technologies and cleaner fuels to cut ship emissions.

Project to maximize fuel efficiency gets EU approval
02 Apr 2009 08:02 GMT
Main aim of the project is to cut marine diesel engine fuel consumption by 10 percent.

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