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Indian operator Essar Ports has sought approval from shareholders to invest $25 million in a group company in Mozambique that is developing a multi-user coal port in Beira.

BMT has designed a temporary, heavy lift jetty for a proposed Petronas complex in southeast Johor, Malaysia.

German manufacturer Siemens confirmed this morning that it will invest £160 million to build a wind turbine factory in Hull, where Associated British Ports (ABP) is to inject £150 million.

An Antwerp-based consortium has signed a formal concession agreement with the Sultanate of Oman to operate, develop and manage the Port of Duqm and its industrial land for the next 28 years.

PD Ports today reported that SSI UK has exported five million tonnes of steel slab through Teesport, in northern England.

Spencer Group today announced that it has completed a biomass handling facility at the Port of Hull, the first project to be delivered as part of a £150 million investment in biomass handling operations at the Humber Ports.

Singapore has added a third tank and additional regasification facilities to its LNG terminal in Jurong, almost doubling capacity to 6 million tonnes per annum.

Dampier Port, in Western Australia, is going to seek a private investor to expand and upgrade its Marine Services facilities.

Wärtsilä has signed a contract to supply a liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal to be built in Tornio, northern Finland.

Enterprise Products Partners has announced the expansion of its liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) export terminal at Oiltanking’s complex on the Houston Ship Channel, in Texas.


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