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NYK, MOL, "K" Line, and SCI add an additional vessel to LNG operations [05/Dec/2013]
Qingdao Port operating normally following explosion [28/Nov/2013]
Inchcape Shipping Services, is advising that Qingdao Port, China, is operating normally following the pipeline explosion in the city’s Huangdao district last week. Read Full Article...
GAC‘s new Louisiana office reinforces Gulf coast offshore support [20/Nov/2013]
DHL and BP sign global agreement for upstream logistics [21/Oct/2013]
Transplace continues focus on chemical expansion [17/Oct/2013]
PETRONAS signs major deal to acquire four new vessels [14/Oct/2013]
PETRONAS has awarded a contract to Hyundai Heavy Industries to build four 150,200 cu m Moss-type liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers. Read Full Article...
UPS to expand natural gas footprint [09/Oct/2013]
ENOC and Agility subsidiary create new petro-chemical joint venture [02/Oct/2013]
Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) has joined hands with Tristar Transport to set up a new joint venture in Saudi Arabia focused on logistics services for the petroleum and chemicals sectors. Read Full Article...
Geodis Wilson wins long-term contract with Caracal Energy [27/Sep/2013]
The Industrial Projects division of Geodis Wilson has secured a new three-year, €34m contract with Caracal Energy, an international player in the exploration and development of oil and gas fields. Read Full Article...
US Silica partners with Wildcat Minerals to enhance logistics capabilities [29/Aug/2013]
Sand supplier, US Silica Holdings has signed a multi-year agreement with Wildcat Minerals, a distributor of oil and gas industry products, providing the company with sand storage and rail capacity at Wildcat facilities. Read Full Article...
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