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USA: Local Projects Won’t Matter if Deficit isn’t Addressed, Say Officials

  U.S. Rep. Allen West announced Tuesday that locally prioritized federal projects are going to be i...

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USA: New Geothermal Bags May Speed Up Wares Creek Project, Says Official

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers spokesperson stated that new geothermal bags were placed at Wares Creek...

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Jammu and Kashmir: Official Inaugurates River Jhelum Dredging Project

  As Zeenews.com reports, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday said government...

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Sri Lanka: Beira Lake Will be Dredged, Says Official

“As a country emerging from the shadows of terrorism into a bright, prosperous future, Sri Lan...

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Colombia: Barranquilla Port Construction Will Begin by Year’s End, Says Official

As Platts reports, the construction of Colombia’s first deep-water river coal port near Barran...

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USA: Official Provides Update on Fernandina Harbor Dredging

Dave Lott, Interim City Manager, has stated that 2,800 cubic yards of spoils from the dredging proje...

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Xstrata Will Update Fishermen on Donkin Project, Says Official (Canada)

Coal-mining giant Xstrata has called a meeting Wednesday evening to update fishermen on its Donkin p...

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India: Visakhapatnam to Convert Into World-Class Port, Says Official

National Shipping Board (NSB) Member Sandeep Chandra on Saturday said Visakhapatnam Port had a brigh...

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Australia: Official Seeks Permanent Solution for Mooloolah River Sandbar

Coastguard commander John Annabell says Saturday’s incident is another glaring example of the ...

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UAE: Port Industry Needs to Explore New Patterns in Global Trade, Says DP World

With the continued unpredictability of world markets, the shipping and port industry needs to watch ...

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India: Kadambrayar Dredging Will Boost Tourism, Says Official

With the double aim of easing traffic congestion and increasing the tourist potential of the picture...

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USA: Mirror Pond Needs Dredging, Says Official

First things first: Mirror Pond needs to be dredged. At least that’s what the people studying ...

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India-China Rivalry in Sri Lanka Was Western Construct, Official Says

China has conveyed to Sri Lanka that it understands the primacy of the relationship between India an...

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USA: Official Presents Updates on Big Isle Development Projects

Senator Josh Green’s ‘talk story’ session Thursday evening in Kona turned into a transportation upda...

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India: Karnataka Government Will Develop Ports on PPP Basis, Official Says

The Karnataka government tabled a Bill that provides for developing all ports in the state on public...

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USA: Miami Port Dredging Project Will Boost Florida’s Economy, Says Official

The whole concept of the Panama Canal widening makes Port of Miami the target area. Thoughtful consi...

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Turkey: Official Expects Introduction of Larger Vessels into Mediterranean Trades

Addressing the 4th Annual Med Freight Conference, APM Terminals Director of Port Investments for Eur...

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Nigeria: Dredging Will Boost Calabar Port Activities, Says Official

The Public Affairs Officer of the Nigeria Ports Authority (NPA), Eastern Ports, Mr Nwachukwu Okoroaf...

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