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  • Engineering District : New Orleans
  • TSO Series Number : TS-4 Transportation Lines on the Mississippi River System and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway
  • Principal Commodity List : GRAIN AND COAL
  • Area of Operation : MISSISSIPPI RIVER SYSTEM
  • Vessels
    • Dry Open Barge : 10
    • Vessels List : JG
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    3 POYDRAS ST. #15F NEW ORLEANS LA 70130
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3 POYDRAS ST. #15F NEW ORLEANS LA 70130

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  • Type : Open Hopper Barge
  • Construction : Steel

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Dominion Partners with Stonepeak to Fund Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind

Dominion Partners with Stonepeak to Fund Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind

U.S. utility firm Dominion Energy said on Thursday it would sell a 50% non-controlling interest in its Coastal Virginia offshore wind farm to Stonepeak to help fund construction of the roughly $10 billion project.Dominion said it would retain full control of the construction and operation of the project, with Stonepeak to pay for half of the construction costs.

White House Says Orsted Remains 'Committed' to US Offshore Wind

White House Says Orsted Remains 'Committed' to US Offshore Wind

Denmark's Orsted is still "committed" to developing offshore wind farms in the United States despite the company's cancellation of two projects off the coast of New Jersey, White House senior advisor John Podesta told Reuters on Monday.Podesta spoke with the company after its shock decision last week, he said in an interview.

Exxon Mobil Finds Buyer for Adriatic LNG Terminal Stake

Exxon Mobil Finds Buyer for Adriatic LNG Terminal Stake

Exxon Mobil Corp chose BlackRock as the potential buyer for its majority stake in Italy's main liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal, the U.S. oil producer said in a statement.The stake sale drew interest from infrastructure funds and international groups as Italy is expected to increase its LNG imports to partly replace the gas it used to get via pipeline from Russia.

Hapag-Lloyd CEO: Counter Offer for HHLA Would Not Be In Our Interest

Hapag-Lloyd CEO: Counter Offer for HHLA Would Not Be In Our Interest

Hapag-Lloyd CEO Rolf Habben Jansen said on Thursday that it would not be in the container shipper's interest to make a counter offer for HHLA, the main operator of Hamburg port, and may instead cut its traffic through the hub.On Wednesday, Switzerland-based MSC, the world's biggest container shipping company, offered to buy almost half of the port operator in a deal that could be worth nearly 1.

US Offshore Wind Sector Faces Key Test After Weak Gulf Auction

US Offshore Wind Sector Faces Key Test After Weak Gulf Auction

The low interest in the first-ever auction of offshore wind farm development rights in the Gulf of Mexico marks a potentially serious setback for U.S. President Joe Biden’s green energy agenda, and the U.S. offshore wind sector in general.U.S. officials had touted the auction as a key milestone in Biden’s agenda to make offshore wind a cornerstone of U.S.

Low Interest Shown in US' First Gulf of Mexico Offshore Wind Auction

Low Interest Shown in US' First Gulf of Mexico Offshore Wind Auction

Only one of three available areas was sold during the United States' first ever offshore wind lease sale in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday.The auction, held by the Interior Department's Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) offered up three sites for offshore wind development, including one in Louisiana (Lake Charles) and two in Texas (Galveston I and II).

Methanol Bunkering Gaining Interest Among Global Players

Methanol Bunkering Gaining Interest Among Global Players

Denmark's Maersk said on Monday it has secured fuel for the world's first container vessel able to run on carbon-neutral methanol for its inaugural journey.Interest in methanol as an alternative fuel for bunkering has grown in the shipping industry, which seeks to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.

Global Freight Cycle May Have Reached Lowest Point

Global Freight Cycle May Have Reached Lowest Point

Global freight volumes show signs of having bottomed out in the first quarter, signalling the industrial cycle may be near its trough, which could provide some support to oil prices later in 2023.Global freight volumes fell 1.1% during the first three months of 2023 compared with a year earlier, according to the Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis (“World trade monitor”, CPB, May 25).

Global Freight Slump Deepens At the Start of 2023

Global Freight Slump Deepens At the Start of 2023

Global freight movements continued to dwindle in the first two months of 2023 as manufacturers and distributors struggled to reduce excess inventories and cope with rising interest rates and increased caution among buyers.Container flows fell further in January and February compared with the same months a year earlier

Norway's Loke Buys UK Deep-sea Mining Firm from Lockheed

Norway's Loke Buys UK Deep-sea Mining Firm from Lockheed

Norway's Loke Marine Minerals has acquired deep-sea mining firm UK Seabed Resources (UKSR) from Lockheed Martin, the companies said on Thursday.UKSR holds a 100% interest in two deep sea mineral licences in the Clarion-Clipperton Zone (CCZ) in the Pacific Ocean, and a 19.9% interest in the Ocean Mineral Singapore, licences issued by the International Seabed Authority (ISA).

Putin Says Nord Stream Blasts Carried Out on 'State level'

Putin Says Nord Stream Blasts Carried Out on 'State level'

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that last year's blasts on the Nord Stream gas pipelines had been carried out on a "state level", dismissing the idea an autonomous pro-Ukraine group was responsible as "complete nonsense."The Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines connecting Russia and Germany under the Baltic Sea were hit by a series of unexplained explosions last September

Brazil's FTS Group Wins Auction for Paranagua Port Terminal

Brazil's FTS Group Wins Auction for Paranagua Port Terminal

FTS Group won an auction on Friday to operate a terminal at the port of Paranagua, one of the main ports in Brazil for grains and sugar, amid an uptick in shipping activity in the country.The group will have to invest at least 338.2 million reais ($64.91 million) in expansion works at the port's terminal called PAR50, which deals with transport and storage of bulk liquids, said Portos do Parana