2022 May 16


Global player in battery recycling opens plant in Rotterdam

TES is going to build a factory in the port of Rotterdam


Port of Koper orders more electric Konecranes RTGs

When the cranes are handed-over, Koper will operate a fleet of 30 Konecranes RTGs


SCZONE signs deal for $10 billion in investments to produce green fuels

SCZONE aims to become a leading regional hub in the green hydrogen industries, coinciding with the global transformation to clean energy uses


Port of Salalah commissions to new equipment to increase efficiency and meet demand

This year, the Port of Salalah, Oman, has brought sixteen new eco-efficient, rubber-tyred gantry cranes from ZPMC into operation and three new mobile harbour cranes from Liebherr


Mitsubishi Shipbuilding and NYK Line obtain AiP from ClassNK for large LCO2 carrier

Mitsubishi Shipbuilding and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha have been granted Approval in Principle from the Japanese classification society ClassNK for joint development of CO2 transport technology for liquefied CO2 carriers


Rosmorport completed period of icebreaker assistance of ice navigation season 2021-2022

Icebreaker assistance period completed in 15 freezing ports of the Russian Federation


Port of Long Beach reports record volumes for April 2022

Dockworkers and terminal operators moved 820,718 twenty-foot equivalent units of container cargo last month, up 10% from the previous record set in April 2021


Crude oil futures decrease as investors take profits

Crude oil prices fell by 1.56%-1.65%


MABUX: Global bunker indices to turn to upward correction on May 16

Bunker prices to turn to upward correction

2022 May 15


Ocean Yield takes delivery of a new Suezmax tanker from South Korean shipyard

The vessel commenced a 10-year bareboat charter to Nordic American Tankers Limited


Port of Salalah commissions to new equipment to increase efficiency and meet demand

The contract with ZPMC and Liebherr is a part of a wider investment in expanding the Port’s future capacity


United States: TotalEnergies wins maritime lease to develop a 1 GW offshore wind farm off North Carolina’s coast

The Carolina Long Bay project is part of the U.S. government's goal to deploy 30 GW of offshore wind in the U.S. by 2030


Singapore’s fuel oil stocks fall to more than two-year low

Singapore’s fuel oil stocks declined to the lowest level since July 2019


Botnia Enabler delivered to WALLENIUS SOL

The ship has the Finnish-Swedish ice class to cope with the harsh winter conditions in the Gulf of Bothnia


TotalEnergies and Orsted partner to participate in Dutch offshore wind tenders

World-class leaders in renewable energy and offshore wind will participate jointly in the tenders

2022 May 14


Aurelio Martínez ratifies Valenciaport’s commitment to decarbonisation before UNCTAD

The head of Valenciaport participated in the Port Management Week organised by the UNCTAD in Las Palmas


World Shipping Council welcomes Swire Shipping as new member

Swire Shipping involved in liner shipping in the Asia Pacific region celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2022


The Japanese ambassador discusses cooperation with SCZONE

The Japanese ambassador went on a site visit to watch Saraya project


AMSC purchased “Normand Maximus” from Maximus Limited

American Shipping Company ASA (AMSC) announced on May 12 the purchase of “Normand Maximus” from Maximus Limited


Superyacht industry leaders support development of new ABS rules

Major conversion projects can incorporate the transformation of a conventional propulsion system to an integrated hybrid propulsion system

2022 May 13


Russia fuel oil exports to Middle East, Asia at 14-month high - Vortexa

It is considered an alternative market for the country facing sanctions


Port of Singapore bunker sales in 4M’2022 fell by 12% YoY

LSFO 380 sales fell by 16%


IAA PortNews’ summary of past week news

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