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  • *Kirkuk flows to Ceyhan still at around 200,000 bpd. Oil exports from Iraq's Kurdistan via the Turkish port of Ceyhan were flowing at average rates on Friday of 216,000 barrels per day, down from the usual flows of around 600,000 bpd, a shipping source said. Iraqi troops regained control of two major oilfields northwest of Kirkuk from Kurdish Peshmerga forces...

  • *Kirkuk flows to Ceyhan still at around 200,000 bpd. Oil exports from Iraq's Kurdistan via the Turkish port of Ceyhan were flowing at average rates on Friday of 216,000 barrels per day down from the usual flows of around 600,000 bpd, a shipping source said. Iraqi troops regained control of two major oilfields northwest of Kirkuk from Kurdish Peshmerga forces...

  • *Kirkuk flows to Ceyhan still at around 200,000 bpd. Oil exports from Iraq's Kurdistan towards the Turkish port of Ceyhan were flowing at average rates on Friday of 216,000 barrels per day versus the usual flows of 600,000 bpd, a shipping source said. Iraqi troops regained control of two major oilfields northwest of Kirkuk from Kurdish Peshmerga forces this...

  • Backers of the Vancouver Energy project have given $370,000 in cash to support Kris Greene, who has expressed support for the terminal proposed at the Port of Vancouver, according to filings with the Washington Public Disclosure Commission. That represents the bulk of the cash he has raised in the Vancouver port commissioner's race. Tesoro Corp. and Savage...

  • LONDON, Oct 19- Crude oil flows through the Iraqi Kurdish pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan were fluctuating close to 200,000 barrels per day on Thursday afternoon, a local shipping source said. The level is slightly lower than the overnight and morning rate. The source said the hourly rate was between 8,000 and 9,000 barrels.

  • LONDON, Oct 18- Crude oil flows through the Kurdish pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan have dropped sharply to around 225,000 barrels per day, a shipping source said on Wednesday without providing the reason. On Tuesday Iraqi forces took control of the Bai Hasan and Avana oilfields northwest of Kirkuk, after Kurdish Peshmerga fighters pulled out from the...

  • HOUSTON, Oct 7- Major shipping ports across the central U.S. Gulf Coast were closed to inbound and outbound traffic on Saturday as Hurricane Nate intensified and storm surges of up to 9 feet were expected. The U.S. Coast Guard on Saturday ordered port condition Zulu in effect beginning at 8 a.m. local time for New Orleans; Gulfport and Pascagoula, Mississippi; Mobile,...

  • CAPE TOWN, Oct 4- South Africa's state-owned freight logistics group Transnet will invest an additional 84 billion rand over the next three years to increase capacity at ports and railway lines, the Department of Public Enterprises said on Wednesday.

  • Puerto Rican National Guardsmen load a helicopter with food and water to bring to hurricane survivors.

    CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on the recovery efforts in Puerto Rico.

  • Royal Caribbean CEO on Puerto Rico recovery: We all need to be contributing

    Royal Caribbean CEO Richard Fain discusses recovery efforts in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and how his company is contributing.

  • Frmr. FEMA director: Getting to remote areas will be difficult

    Michael Brown, former FEMA director who oversaw relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina, discusses the logistics behind Puerto Rico's recovery process post-Maria.

  • Trade restrictions could really hurt the auto sector, in turn affecting growth in the U.S. South, says CEO of South Carolina Ports Authority Jim Newsome.

  • Our top priotity is health and well-being of Puerto Ricans: Crowley Maritime's Michael Roberts

    Michael Roberts, Crowley Maritime SVP and general counsel, discusses recovery efforts on Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria.

  • 9,500 containers stuck at Port of San Juan

    CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports from Puerto Rico about how the island is recovering after Hurricane Maria as President Trump waives the Jones Act.

  • LONDON, Sept 28- Maritime services company Fujairah National Shipping is stepping up investments in the emirate, aiming to benefit from expanding Gulf shipping trade despite tensions in the region and the diplomatic crisis with Qatar, its chief executive said. Fujairah, on the United Arab Emirates' east coast, is the country's only multi-purpose port outside...

  • Overpass that collapsed on Highway 10 in the Northridge/Reseda area at the epicenter of the earthquake in 1994.

    Mexico City's earthquake disaster is a reminder of the risk of Southern California's "Big One" striking and causing widespread damage.

  • WASHINGTON, Sept 26- The Trump administration on Tuesday said there was no need to waive shipping restrictions to help get fuel and supplies to storm-ravaged Puerto Rico, because it would do nothing to address the island's main impediment to shipping, damaged ports. Representative Nydia Velázquez and seven other representatives asked Elaine Duke, acting...

  • WASHINGTON, Sept 26- The Trump administration on Tuesday said there was no need to waive shipping restrictions to help get fuel and supplies to storm-ravaged Puerto Rico, because it would do nothing to address the island's main impediment to shipping, damaged ports. Representative Nydia Velázquez and seven other representatives asked Elaine Duke, acting...

  • WASHINGTON, Sept 26- The Trump administration on Tuesday denied a request to waive shipping restrictions to help get fuel and supplies to storm-ravaged Puerto Rico, saying it would do nothing to address the island's main impediment to shipping, damaged ports. Representative Nydia Velázquez and seven other representatives asked Elaine Duke, acting head of...

  • WASHINGTON, Sept 26- The Trump administration on Tuesday denied a request to waive shipping restrictions to help get fuel and supplies to storm-ravaged Puerto Rico, saying it would do nothing to address the island's main impediment to shipping, damaged ports. Representative Nydia Velázquez and seven other representatives asked Elaine Duke, acting head of...