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Cargill and Maersk Tankers join forces

Geneva - The American food corporation Cargill and the Danish shipping company Maersk Tankers announce a strategic partnership that will improve flexibility for customers and reduce fuel consumption and emissions


UAE award refinery construction deal to Spain

Dubai - The United Arab Emirates’ Brooge Petroleum and Gas Investment Co has awarded a contract to Spain’s SENER engineering group to build a new oil refinery in Fujairah. The plant will produce fuel that complies with new international laws capping sulphur content in shipping


SGM celebrates 10 years of change

Genoa - From wholesale food market to a centre for advanced logistics services: 10 years after its move from the city centre to the area of Bolzaneto, the fruit and vegetable market of Genoa, managed by SGM (Società Gestione Mercato), opens its doors to the public. The opening will be on Saturday, 14 September Genoa


Gazprom studies consequences of EU court Opal ruling

Moscow - Russian natural gas producer Gazprom’s export arm Gazprom Export said it was studying the legal and commercial consequences of a court ruling which reinstated curbs on gas flows via the Opal pipeline


Rotterdam uses the web to rise its efficiency

Rotterdam - The port of Rotterdam has introduced a new online tool for reserving berths. “The agent simply has to enter the date of arrival, the duration of the stay, the name and length of the ship in the system”


Ocean 7 and United Heavy join forces

Hamburg - Ocean 7 Projects and United Heavy Lift, two players in the market for heavy sea transport, are opening a joint office in Bergen, Norway


MPC and Ahrenkiel join Trident

Oslo - Norway’s MPC Container Ships and Germany’s Ahrenkiel Steamships have joined the Trident Alliance, the network of shipping companies and other stakeholders with a shared interest in effective


EU gas industry warns curbs on lending may harm climate goals

Brussels - Europe’s gas industry lobby warned on Monday that curbs on lending by the European Investment Bank (EIB) and others could slow the switch from coal-fired to less polluting gas-fired power plants and harm the bloc’s climate ambitions.


Liebherr invests in Hamburg

Hamburg - The Swiss multinational Liebherr, has officially opened its new service centre in Hamburg. The centre, comprising an area of 44,000 square meters in the Kuhwerder


Estonia’s Tallink grows in Singapore

Tallinn - Estonian shipping company Tallink, that operates cruise ferries and ropax ships, has announced establishing a wholly-owned subsidiary in Singapore


CMA CGM stays in red in second quarter

Paris - CMA CGM, the world’s fourth-largest container shipping firm, reported a second straight quarterly loss as its takeover of CEVA Logistics weighed on its results