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  • SAO PAULO, June 19- TPI Triunfo Participações& Investimentos SA has agreed to sell a 50 percent stake in a port terminal to partner MSC Mediterranean Shipping Co SA's TIL unit, a key step towards advancing the debt-laden Brazilian infrastructure firm's turnaround, a person familiar with the matter said on Monday. According to the person, Triunfo sold the 50...

  • Shipping containers onboard a cargo ship at the Port of Charleston, South Carolina.

    A terminal at the Port of Charleston in South Carolina will reopen and the safety zone has been lifted, the U.S. Coast Guard said on Thursday.

  • A file photo of a U.S. Coast Guard boat.

    The Coast Guard said no threat was found aboard a container ship at the Port of Charleston after an hours-long investigation.

  • Jim Cramer

    Cramer drills in on American oil and one company in the space that could head higher.

  • Cramer Remix: One stock that could benefit big from the US oil glut

    Cramer drills in on American oil and one company in the space that could head higher.

  • ATHENS, June 12- Piraeus Port, operator of Greece's biggest port and majority-owned by China's COSCO Shipping, has agreed to team up with the operator of Shanghai port, the world's largest container port, to promote container shipping traffic. Piraeus, COSCO Shipping and Shanghai International Port Group have agreed to cooperate in project planning, staff...

  • *UAE, Saudi Arabia are vital trade routes for Qatar. DOHA/ LONDON, June 12- Qatar and container lines have launched new shipping services via Oman in an effort to sidestep a port ban in neighbouring countries and secure a food lifeline after other Gulf states severed ties with Doha last week. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and some other Arab countries cut...

  • LONDON, June 12- Swiss-based MSC will offer a new shipping service to Qatar from Oman, the worlds No.2 container shipping line said on Monday, a week after Gulf states imposed port and trade restrictions on Doha.

  • *UAE bans ships that have called on Qatar. SINGAPORE, June 12- The costs to ship fuel and crude oil from Qatar are expected to rise after the United Arab Emirates banned vessels that previously called at Qatar from docking at UAE ports, multiple sources from the oil and shipping sectors said on Monday. After Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and others last week severed...

  • SINGAPORE, June 8- Abu Dhabi Petroleum Ports Authority will deny entry to any ships carrying cargoes going to or from Qatar, two shipping circulars seen by Reuters on Thursday showed. The new circulars, which were issued late on Wednesday, re-introduced the ban on ships travelling from or destined to arrive in Qatar, after the authorities had eased restrictions...

  • SINGAPORE/ DUBAI, June 7- Abu Dhabi petroleum port authorities have eased restrictions on oil tankers going to and from Qatar, according to industry sources and shipping circulars seen by Reuters on Wednesday. Abu Dhabi Petroleum Ports Authority issued a new circular on Wednesday removing previous restrictions on non- Qatar owned, flagged or operated vessels...

  • SINGAPORE/ DUBAI, June 7- Abu Dhabi port authorities have eased restrictions on oil tankers going to and from Qatar, according to industry sources and shipping circulars seen by Reuters on Wednesday. Abu Dhabi Petroleum Ports Authority issued a new circular on Wednesday removing previous restrictions on non- Qatar owned, flagged or operated vessels sailing to...

  • SINGAPORE/ DUBAI, June 7- Abu Dhabi port authorities have eased restrictions on oil tankers going to and from Qatar, according to industry sources and shipping circulars seen by Reuters on Wednesday. Abu Dhabi Petroleum Ports Authority issued a new circular on Wednesday removing previous restrictions on non- Qatar owned, flagged or operated vessels sailing to...

  • LONDON, June 7- Taiwan's Evergreen and Hong Kong's OOCL said on Wednesday they had suspended shipping services to Qatar after Arab countries severed diplomatic ties with the Gulf state and imposed port restrictions this week. Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates are among those to have cut ties with Qatar over its alleged support for terrorism, an...

  • SINGAPORE/ DUBAI, June 7- Abu Dhabi port authorities have eased restrictions on oil tankers going to and from Qatar, two shipping circulars seen by Reuters on Wednesday showed. Abu Dhabi Petroleum Ports Authority issued a new circular on Wednesday removing previous restrictions on non- Qatar owned, flagged or operated vessels sailing to and from Qatar.

  • SINGAPORE, June 7- Exports of Qatari crude have not been hindered by a port ban imposed by Arab allies as tankers are loading Qatari grades along with cargoes from the United Arab Emirate, shipping data in Thomson Reuters Eikon showed on Wednesday. The very large crude carrier Apollo Dream, which can carry up to 2 million barrels of oil, loaded Abu Dhabi's Upper...

  • Shipping containers with fog, deal fading, trade

    Trade ministers huddling on the sidelines of APEC are faced with tough challenges in resurrecting TPP since Trump ditched it.

  • TIANJIN, China/ BEIJING, May 11- On a recent visit to the area around Tianjin Port Co Ltd, there were more than one hundred empty trucks parked at the coal storage centre run by Ningdong Logistic Co.. It is a sign that Beijing's years-long war on pollution is disrupting the logistics of the market for coal- one of China's crucial commodities- as well as the lives of what...

  • Port of Corpus Christi: America's energy hub

    Port of Corpus Christi CEO John LaRue discusses the new petrochemical plant venture at the Texas port and how it will effect the U.S. economy and energy sector.

  • April 27- Shares of port-operator Westshore Terminals Investment Corp recovered some lost ground on Thursday after dropping sharply a day earlier on news British Columbia had urged the government to ban U.S. coal exports from provincial ports in a trade spat. In a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday, British Columbia Premier Christy Clark...