2022 May 22


Kongsberg: Major breakthrough towards a Common Data language in the energy industry

The CIM-profile encompasses the regional distribution grid from end customer to affiliation points in the transmission grid


Victorian Gov't accepts Port of Melbourne Undertaking in response to ESC findings

PoM’s Undertaking has been accepted by the ESC Minister and is legally binding until 30 June 2027


Royal IHC delivers Beaver® 65 to DACINCO

Current work is focussed on commissioning the dredger and taking it to its project location


APM Terminals Mobile to expand by 32 acres

The $104 million terminal expansion will begin later this year


Seaspan announces order for four 7,700-teu DF LNG containership newbuilds

The containerships are scheduled for delivery in 3Q and 4Q, 2024


Port of Oakland volume declines 7% as Shanghai struggles

The Port attributed much of the decline to factory and port shutdowns in China, Oakland’s largest trade partner


Eleven start-ups awarded MINT-STARTUP Grant at the launch of Smart Port Challenge 2022

Shortlisted start-ups may be eligible for a MINT-STARTUP grant of up to S$50,000

2022 May 21


CIP proposes to build a hydrogen island in the North Sea by 2030

Hydrogen Island is envisaged to be established on the Danish part of Dogger Bank


Sanmar Shipyards delivers highly manoeuvrable and powerful tug to Svitzer

The vessel has been constructed in accordance with American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) requirements


ISS issues RFPs to construct North America’s first zero-emissions towboats for Zeeboat, LLC

The fully-electric vessel is based on a proven 95 ft. x 34 ft. towboat hull design


Callan Marine christens 28” CSD General Bradley

General Bradley joins Callan Marine’s CSD fleet in Morgan city ceremony


DP World expands ambitious sustainability strategy

The strategy has guided all DP World’s global business operations since its launch in 2015

2022 May 20


Inland ports urge the true completion of the European Network

The European Federation of Inland Ports analysed and discussed the aspects of the TEN-T proposal


IAA PortNews’ summary of past week news

Ports and Hydraulic Engineering, Shipping and logistics, Shipbuilding and Ship Repair, Bunker


Port Kolomna holds keel-laying of Moskovsky-703 dredger, Project 4395

The delivery is scheduled for early autumn of 2024


Gazpromneft Marine Bunker prolongs contract on operation of terminal in Saint-Petersburg port till 2027

Its annual output is about 800,000 tonnes of fuel


Blue Tern to support jacket installation campaign on Neart na Goithe

Fred. Olsen Windcarrier has won a contract with jack-up installation vessel the Blue Tern for supporting the jacket installation campaign on the Neart na Goithe offshore wind farm


RUSCON sent cargo to China via inland terminal in Nakhodka

The train was routed to China via the terminal of the Vostochnaya Stevedoring Company


DNV certifies first training platform provider Seably

DNV has awarded the Swedish maritime training platform Seably a new DNV competence certification for its digital services


USC is in talks with potential customers on construction of container ships

Ships of about 300 TEU in capacity can be in demand on the North-South corridor


Port of Savannah moves nearly 500K TEUs in April 2022

The Port of Savannah handled 495,782 twenty-foot equivalent container units last month


RF Navy to take delivery of 20 warships in 2022 – Vice Prime Minister Yury Borisov

Last year, the fleet of RF Navy expanded with 6 new warships


MOL holds joint public-private anti-piracy drill with LNG carrier 'LNG MARS'

MOL held a joint public-private sector anti-piracy training session with the LNG carrier 'LNG MARS'