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Qatar Will Ship Freight to Greece
Ocean freight carriers will be transporting LNG ocean freight to Greece from LNG production facilities in Qatar in the years ahead in the century of the environment. Sources around the ocean LNG freight shipping industry report that Qatar recently signed an agreement with Greece to ship freight to the country in the years ahead. In addition to agreeing to help Greece construct an LNG receiving terminal for all of the LNG ocean freight they'll be transporting to Greece in the years ahead.

Qatar is a giant in the LNG production business, so this agreement in principle for Qatar to supply LNG for markets in Greece, is probably only a mild surprise to most professionals in the business of shipping LNG ocean freight to international destinations. The exact details on the volume of LNG freight that will be delivered to Greece by Qatar wasn't available at the time of this news release. We do know however that according to sources in Qatar demand for LNg is low and gas is still plentifu around the world.

This could be why Qatar is courting new customers as reports indicate that new LNG production will soon be coming on line and gas supplies are already pretty high. In addition, Qatar has built a huge LNG receiving terminal in the United Kingdom, another off the coast of Italy and the Golden Pass LNG facility will be starting production in 2010, according to sources around the worldwide ocean freight carrier industry.

At the same time, over in Qatar, sources indicate that LNG producer Qatargas has started shutting down its train-4 for maintenance, so it seems that Qatar is preparing to transport LNG ocean freight in even greater volumes in the days ahead in the century of the environment.
Posted on 20 Aug 2010 by Momentum
Sunny Skies for American Air Freight Carriers
The revenues of American air freight carriers are soaring high and helping the largest airlines in the United States return to profitability after a period of less than normal revenues and profits. Sources from around the American air freight carrier industry have United Airlines and Delta Air lines transporting enough air freight during the second quarter of 2010 to help both firms return to more profitable skies. Demand for air freight services has also been soaring higher during the second quarter of 2010 on all air routes and expectations are for the demand to continue to be high as we head into the third quarter of 2010. If this trend continues though we could see air freight capacity on some routes begin to loose steam and we might see some air freight waiting longer than normal to get to destination?

United Airlines and Delta must be smiling and hoping that the present trend continues as we head further into the century of the environment. Increased revenues and profitability in cargo operations is just the thing American airlines needed at this time in history and this news is a definite indication that the business of shipping freight to destination in the world is increasing and businesses and economies are beginning to gather momentum. We need businesses to continue to ship freight in the months ahead and the trend of increasing air freight revenues and profitability for airlines in the United States to continue to soar high into the sky. If this happens we'll be looking forward to sunny skies and a red horizon for the air freight carriers of the United States as we head further into the century of the environment.
Posted on 19 Aug 2010 by Momentum

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