Thursday 20th Sep, 2018
Photo: Andrew Mackinnon (aquamanships)

GPC trade down for FY 2017-18, but still strong

The Queensland ports saw a busy year, despite a small decline in volumes

Photo: Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.

New LNG bunker vessel on order

The vessel is to supply LNG as a marine fuel in Japan

Photo: Port of Brisbane Corporation

Port of Brisbane saw a busy May for containers

While container trade was up at the port, its total exports were down on the back of decreases in coal volumes

Port Kembla Harbour. Photo: NSW Ports

Port Kembla LNG import terminal declared critical infrastructure

The proposed LNG import terminal would be the first of its kind in NSW

Photo: Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal

Containerised cargo at Adelaide down in May

May saw fewer containers crossing the wharf at Adelaide

Photo: Shutterstock

Plans for Port of Hastings LNG import terminal progress

AGL plans to moor an FSRU at the Victorian port to import liquefied natural gas

Photo: Chris Mackey, Southern Cross Maritime

Tenders open for Gladstone towage operators

The current agreement is set to expire at the end of the year.

Photo: Port of Melbourne

Port of Melbourne was busy in April

The month’s trade volumes at the port showed increases on the same month the previous year