Jul 27 2021 at 11:20 AM | Ports & Terminals | Terminals
In May, the Port of Plaquemines (located South of New Orleans) and APM Terminals (APMT) announced a plan to locate and build a state-of-the-art container terminal that can handle the largest container ships.
Jul 26 2021 at 09:01 AM | Maritime News | Breakbulk News
U.S.-based Green Shipping Line (GSL) is proposing to build the first of what it hopes will be a fleet of feeder ships to transport wind turbine components from U.S. Atlantic coast ports to new Atlantic coast wind farms, according to Percy Pyne, Chairman and CEO.
Katia Nicolet, chief scientist for the Energy Observer, provided a tour and an overview of the renewable energy powered catamaran that arrived at the Port of San Francisco on May 6th and is on its way to Hawaii and Japan.
Since first conceived, the Oakland A’s plan to build condominiums and a new ballpark at the Port of Oakland’s Howard Terminal has sounded alarms for import/export stakeholders at the West Coast’s third-busiest port.
The decision by the Union Pacific (UP) railroad to suspend service from West Coast ports to Chicago for one week could be positive, according to Noel Hacegaba, deputy executive director, Port of Long Beach.
The Port of Los Angeles expects that it and other West Coast ports will maintain their lead in import market share over other U.S. ports, according to Gene Seroka, executive director, Port of Los Angeles.
Jul 14 2021 at 10:52 AM | Project / Heavy Lift News | Maritime Project | Energy News | Alternative
New England Aqua Ventus expects to launch the first U.S. floating wind turbine into the Gulf of Maine in 2023/24, according to Dr. Habib Dagher, founding executive director of the University of Maine’s Advanced Structures and Composites Center (ASCC).
Jun 24 2021 at 10:34 AM | Maritime News | Breakbulk News | Ports & Terminals | Canal and Waterway
The McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System crosses the state of Arkansas into Oklahoma traversing the state until it reaches the Port of Catoosa, near Tulsa, Oklahoma. The 445-mile navigation channel begins at the confluence of the White and Mississippi Rivers.