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Oman govt ceases negotiations with PSC

Oman’s Port Services Corporation said the government has ceased negotiations with it on the proposed deal regarding management and operation of the dry port at the upcoming South Batinah logistics hub in Barka, Oman, according to a report.

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Gulf ports capacity to hit 65 million TEUs

The port expansion programmes in various Gulf countries will increase regional capacity to more than 65 million twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEUs) by 2016, according to an expert. “The GCC has at least 35 major ports and is pursui

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Libya's eastern Hariga port back to normality, exports 120,000 bpd

Libya's eastern Hariga oil port has fully recovered from eight months of blockades by protesters and is exporting more than 120,000 barrels per day (bpd), port officials said.   Hariga, located in Tobruk near

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Abu Dhabi container terminal expansion to cost $108m

Abu Dhabi Terminals, which operates and manages Khalifa Port Container Terminal, is set to expand its container terminal over the next three years at a cost of Dh400 million ($108.8 million), said a report. The money would be spen

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Jebel Ali among top 10 world’s largest ports

The Jebel Ali port has ranked among the top 10 list of the world’s largest ports, according to the latest container ports’ rankings from Lloyd’s List, Containerisation International and The Journal of Commerce. I

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Libyan port rebels reject rival parliament, honour oil deal

A group of rebels campaigning for autonomy in eastern Libya rejects the parliament set up by another armed group in Tripoli but will honour a deal to keep major oil ports open, a rebel spokesman said.   Libya&rsq

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Doha’s new port to be operational by 2016

The first phase of the QR27 billion ($7.4 billion) New Port Project in Doha, Qatar, is set to be operational by the end of 2016 with the initial capacity to accommodate two million containers, said a report. It eventually be incre

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Doha’s new port to be operational by 2016

The first phase of the QR27 billion ($7.4 billion) New Port Project in Doha, Qatar, is set to be operational by the end of 2016 with the initial capacity to accommodate two million containers, said a report. It eventually be incre

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Dispute over unpaid port fees in Bahrain resolved

A dispute over unpaid fees between a port operator and eight companies has been resolved in Bahrain. It started when APM Terminals (APMT), the operator of Khalifa bin Salman Port (KBSP), allegedly refused to release cargo containe

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New bid to solve containers row in Bahrain

Bahrain’s business leaders have pledged to investigate claims that a port operator has refused to release cargo containers belonging to eight major shipping companies in a dispute over unpaid fees. The port committee at Bahr

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