Overview page containing news articles

Green

List of the highlighted articles

Posted: over 9 years ago

Egypt: Port Said Expansion Gets Green Light

Minister of Transport Galal Mustafa said the government approved a project to dig a side canal to Ea...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

Indonesia: Pelindo II Gets Green Light for Kalibaru Container Terminal Construction

State-owned port operator Pelindo II has received the green light to take over the construction of t...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

UAE: Green Statesman Praises ADPC’s Megaproject

Jonathon Porritt, the renowned green campaigner and Founder Director of Forum for the Future, has pr...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

The Netherlands: MARIN Develops Green Shipping Simulator for UK Dredging Fleet

In the light of the upcoming EEOI, high fuel costs, levy’s on CO2 emissions and economical difficult...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

Lake Worth Dredging Gets Green Light (USA)

The Fort Worth City Council yesterday approved the Lake Worth dredging project. This project, as a s...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

USA: Blind Pass Dredging Plan Gets Green Light

On Dec. 9, the state of Florida issued a permit that would allow Lee County to dredge Blind Pass. Th...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

UK: ABP, Siemens Submit Applications for Green Port Hull Project

Associated British Ports (ABP) and Siemens plc announce that they are submitting applications to Hul...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

USA: Port of Houston Gives Green Light for Dredged Material Agreement with BOSTCO

At a special meeting yesterday, the Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority approved a 25-y...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

USA: Port of Miami Gets Green Light to Begin Reinforcements of Its Cargo Port

The long, narrow island port that boasts an outsized role as a key economic engine for Greater Miami...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

USA: Sand Key USD 35 Million Project Gets the Green Light

A major hurdle toward completion of Pinellas County’s next beach nourishment was passed July 6 when ...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

Green Lake Wharf Project to Begin in October (USA)

Green Lake has a unique opportunity — supported by the DNR — to create a beautiful new wharf and lak...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

Work to Prevent Erosion of Harbour Town’s 18th green Starts (USA)

Work began Friday to combat erosion that has threatened to send Harbour Town Golf Links’ most ...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

The Netherlands: Container Terminal at Medel Business Park Gets Green Light

The container terminal at the Medel Business Park in Tiel will be built. The Council of State has re...

Categories:
  • Project & Tenders
Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

Officials Discuss Port of Green Bay Expansion (USA)

A multiyear study of the feasibility of developing an intermodal shipping facility in the Port of Gr...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

USA: Port Everglades 20-Year Master/Vision Plan Gets Green Light

Broward County’s board of county commissioners approved an update of Port Everglades 20-Year Master/...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 10 years ago

USA: Environmental Officials Give Green Light for Savannah Harbour Deepening Project

The dredging of the Port of Savannah moved a step closer today after State Environmental Protection ...

Posted: over 10 years ago
Posted: over 10 years ago

Hempstead Gets the Green Light to Fix Problem with Eroding Stretch of Shoreline (USA)

After an emotional meeting with residents frustrated by the stench from rotting seaweed at Point Loo...

Posted: over 10 years ago
Posted: over 10 years ago

UK: Aberdeen Harbour Dredging Gets the Green Light

Aberdeen harbour is to spend £8.5 million dredging its entrance to allow ships to enter more frequen...

Posted: over 10 years ago