Suspendido el contrato para que entre otra naviera en Las Nieves

 

 

 

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El Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Canarias (TSJC) ha suspendido cautelarmente el concurso para adjudicar a dos navieras distintas el uso compartido del único atraque de Agaete. Basándose en la sentencia que dictó en 2006 denegando el servicio a Trasmediterránea, expone que la superficie de Las Nieves no ha sido ampliada.

La entrada de un segundo operador en el Puerto de Las Nieves acaba de congelarse indefinidamente. Un auto judicial suspende cautelarmente el concurso que tramita Puertos Canarios para que dos navieras compartan el único atraque para embarcaciones de transporte de pasajeros y vehículos. Apelando a una sentencia de la misma Sala del año 2006, mediante la que negó a Trasmediterránea el servicio de embarque en Agaete por las

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Tokyo Gas, PT Pertamina sign LNG MoU

 

 

 

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Tokyo Gas and PT Pertamina, the Indonesian state-owned oil and gas company, signed a Memorandum of Understanding towards forming a strategic alliance.

Power and industrial energy demand are expanding rapidly in Indonesia as the country’s economy grows strongly. Against this background, demand for LNG and natural gas is rising too. The two companies decided to sign the MOU to cooperate throughout the LNG and natural gas value chain of Indonesia, stands in a joint statement.

The two companies will consider collaboration in a wide range of areas throughout the LNG and natural gas value chain, from LNG procurement to demand development of LNG and natural gas, towards the establishment of a strategic alliance.

 

 

 

Maersk CEO Ends Four-Year Hiatus With Plan to Buy New Ships

 

 

 

 

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A.P. Moeller-Maersk A/S Chief Executive Officer Nils Smedegaard Andersen said, “We need to get new ships by 2017 if we want to keep up with the growth in the market, and we will place orders this year, probably already in the first half.” Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

 

(Bloomberg) -- The world’s biggest container line will order new ships for the first time in four years as the industry shakes off its worst crisis in four decades.

Nils Smedegaard Andersen, the chief executive officer of A.P. Moeller-Maersk A/S, said the Danish company may focus on purchasing smaller vessels than it has bought in the past.

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Tallink Grupp, Meyer Turku sign deal for LNG-powered ferry

 

 

 

 

 

Tallink Grupp and Meyer Turku signed a contract for the construction of the LNG-powered fast ferry for Tallinn-Helsinki route shuttle operations.

The dual fuel ship will be about 212 metres in length with a passenger capacity of 2800. The fast ferry will cost around 230 million euros and will be built at Meyer Turku shipyard for delivery at the beginning of 2017, the company said in a statement.

The new environmentally friendly ship uses LNG as fuel and complies with the new and stricter emission regulations for the ECA areas including the Baltic Sea.

According to the contract, 20 percent of the total cost will be paid during the construction period and the rest after the delivery of the vessel. Tallink Grupp plans to finance 80 percent of the new ship cost in 2017 by long term loan. The loan terms will be concluded in the near future.

 

 

 

AHI urge la sustitución del catamarán 'Alborán' para la línea con El Hierro

Solicita la revisión del contrato de Obligación de Servicio Público para que la naviera adjudicataria dote a la línea de un buque que se adapte a las condiciones climatológicas y del mar en este trayecto.

 

Buque Alboran, de la compañía Acciona.

La Agrupación Herreña Independiente (AHI) solicitará en todas las Instituciones Insulares de la isla así como en el Parlamento de Canarias la sustitución urgente de la embarcación Alborány que se solucione de forma urgente el grave problema que se está ocasionando con

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