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MOL Signs Charter Deal With GAIL
MOL is looking to boost its presence in India: “It is expected that demand for gas will be increasing continuously in India, registering significant economic growth. MOL is currently participating in not only transportation of LNG but also the projects in India of floating LNG receiving terminal and Ethane transportation by the first very large ethane carrier (VLEC) in the world,”
GAIL is the biggest natural gas company in India and trades LNG on a global scale.
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New Damietta Terminal
Egypt Damietta Port Authority opened a new multipurpose terminal at an investment cost of USD 81 million.
The new terminal has 630 meters long, 17 meters deep berth and is equipped with 50 thousand square meters backyard area with an anticipated capacity of around 4 million tons per year.
Damietta Terminal has been set under the Armed Forces Engineering Authority observation and executed by a few Egyptian national companies.
The new terminal equipped with all facilities to serve ships and cargoes including seawater firefighting pumps, rainwater drainage, facilities for feeding ships with fresh water and supplying ships with electricity as well as oil and waste reception facility from ships.
The new terminal will help to reduce vessel waiting time outside the port, increase cargo handling volumes, encourage further ship with bigger sizes and types, and buttress storage capacity inside the port area.
New US Port Investments
The United States will invest USD 292.7 million into the development of its ports. The Port Infrastructure Development Program seeks to improve the safety and efficiency of goods movement into, out of, or within a port.
“This major investment in the Port Infrastructure Development Program will help strengthen, modernize, and improve our country’s maritime systems and gateway ports,” Elaine L. Chao, U.S. Transportation Secretary, said.
Investments in port infrastructure will be awarded on a competitive basis. The USD 292.7 million funding includes USD 92.7 million for improving 15 coastal seaports that handled the highest number of TEUs in 2016.
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