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Ocean Freight Carriers & Brindisi LNG Terminal
It's a new world of environmental concerns that greets the ocean freight carrier industry of the world as it emerges into the second decade of the century of the environment. New environmental concerns in the world have changed the course of the worlds' ocean freight carriers and the waters before the ocean freight carrier industry that delivers the goods we all need to destinations far-and-wide on the Earth. The job of transporting the freight that heats homes across the Earth and keeps business and the world economy moving forward has changed in the first decade of the century of the environment and the worldwide business of shipping freight can certainly expect more change in the days ahead. Change is a good thing though and the changes taking place appear to be doing the job they were designed to take care of, so we should look forward to move change as we head into the second decade of this century.

One sector of the worldwide ocean freight shipping industry that has continued to grow, while adapting to the changes in the way freight is being transported in the century of the environment, is the LNG sector of the freight industry. Delays in construction of LNG facilities around the world due to the need to make sure all environmental concerns are met have reportedly increased in the recent past. Delays that will certainly help protect Mother Earth from any possible damage, but certainly delays in construction that have changed the normal equation for the worlds' developers of LNG facilities as they begin to do business in the second decade of the twenty first century.

The planned Brindisi LNG import terminal in Italy could be about to begin to move forward to construction after delays to take care of possible environmental concerns raised by the planned construction of the Brindisi LNG import terminal. The latest reports surrounding this affair indicate that talks to build this LNG import terminal are taking place and it might not be long before we hear some more good news about plans to build the Brindisi LNG import terminal. Great and welcome news for the people of Italy, the worldwide ocean freight carrier industry and the developers of this idea, who might be smiling a little brighter with this news.
Posted on 22 Nov 2010 by Momentum
Heavy Haul Ocean Freight Carriers
Heavy haul freight carriers transport large and unusual freight shipments with challenging size, weight and shape requirements and limitations in the United States of America on a daily basis. Lifting and transporting heavy pieces of equipment or bulk freight with heightened safety concerns is the name-of-the-game in the heavy-lift sector of the American freight carrier industry. Only a few American heavy-lift specialists would be up for some of the jobs on the future order backlog for Dutch heavy-lift specialist Dockwise though, as sources indicate that Dockwise has recently announced a bunch of new contracts that should bring in a healthy revenue.

Apparently, Dockwise has recently put pen-to-paper on a letter of intent for the transport and installation of a deepwater production platform, sometime in 2013, but no more details were available at this time. Dockwise has also been talking to an independent oil company about a follow up contact to work on the second phase of a project in Europe, although no particulars on this news is available at this time.

Dockwise has also been reported as preparing to transport a production hull to the North Sea for a customer. Apparently, this transport has gone so well that Dockwise will now be tasked with transporting the topside of the production hull, according to the latest sources around this affair. In addition to this work, Dockwise has also been reported as being the ocean freight carrier tasked with transporting two infrastructure pieces to Rotterdam and Sharjah, sometime in the days ahead.

Things appear to be looking up for the worldwide heavy-lift freight carrier sector and the business of Dockwise? Hopefully, this news is an indication of a general increase in the business of shipping freight on the oceans of the world and the United States of America and a sign that the business of international ocean freight carriers is set to reach new heights in the days and weeks ahead in the century of the environment.
Posted on 19 Nov 2010 by Momentum

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