Port News of the port of Singapore Port



2 days ago by arnekiel

Singapore steps up Ebola protective measures
Singapore Port Health Office now requires all arriving vessels that have been to the Ebola affected countries (ie, Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Democratic Republic of Congo) in the past 21 days to submit the Maritime Declaration of Health Form to the Port Health Office.This form must be submitted regardless of whether there are sick passengers or crew on board. It should be submitted to the Port Health Office fax, 62228543 or by email to Port_Health_CRO@nea.gov.sg

16 days ago by arnekiel

World’s Largest Bunkering Port To Supply LNG To Ships By 2020
Singapore, the world's largest bunkering port, plans to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to fuel ships by 2020, a government official said on 15th October, as part of a global trend to move away from oil to gas to reduce emissions.

42 days ago by arnekiel

Singapore cautions shipmasters on haze
Masters of ships navigating in Singapore’s waters have been advised to be more vigilant as hazy conditions once again afflict the city-state.

43 days ago by arnekiel

Illegal bunker fuel trade on the rise in Singapore
Cases of illegal trade in marine diesel are on the rise in Singapore and more offenders have been arrested, according to the republic’s Police Coast Guard (PCG). From January to July this year, around 60 metric tonnes of ship fuel changed hands illegally, 10 times more than the whole of last year, local media reported.

45 days ago by arnekiel

Haze and reduced visibility
2014-09-15 - Singapore, all ports. Due to the presence of haze, the visibility in the Singapore Strait and port waters could be significantly reduced. During periods of restricted visibility, shipmasters are advised to keep a proper lookout and navigate with caution. They are also advised to comply with the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea and in particular Rule No. 19, Rule No. 20 and Rule 35 concerning conduct of vessels in restricted visibility, exhibition of navigation lights and sound signals in restricted visibility, respectively.

63 days ago by arnekiel

Samsung C&T Corp wins EPC contract to expand Singapore LNG Terminal
Samsung C&T Corporation has won the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract from Singapore LNG Corporation (SLNG) for the phase 3 expansion of the Singapore LNG Terminal. The EPC contract is valued at around SGD700m ($560.6m), and involves further expanding the terminal to include a fourth LNG storage tank and additional regasification facilities

95 days ago by arnekiel

Dredging work at Jurong Port, Singapore
Dredging work will be carried out at Keppel Shipyard Benoi Road, off West Jurong Channel, from 28 July to 30 September. As per the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore Port Marine Notice No.98 of 2014, the works will be conducted 24 hours daily - including Sundays & Public Holidays - More at www2.marinelink.c...

101 days ago by arnekiel

Van Oord Consortium Awarded Singapore Port Expansion
Van Oord has in consortium been awarded work associated with the expansion of the Singapore Tuas Mega Port development. Jurong Town Corporation awarded the reclamation project of Tuas Finger One to the consortium, comprising of Hyundai, Samsung, Penta Ocean, Van Oord and Boskalis. The total contract value is SGD 960 million and the combined Van Oord/Boskalis share is approximately EUR 100 million. It is expected that the majority of the 24.5 million cubic meters of sand required for this project will be supplied by long distance bulk carriers. In addition to the land reclamation work, the consortium will undertake dredging and construct 3.4 kilometers of quay wall. Work is set to start within the next couple of weeks and will last until late 2018. www.vanoord.com

106 days ago by arnekiel

Boskalis Consortium Wins Port Expansion Contract
Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. has in consortium been awarded work associated with the expansion of the Singapore Tuas Mega Port development. Jurong Town Corporation awarded the reclamation project of Tuas Finger One to the consortium, comprising of Hyundai, Samsung, Penta Ocean, Boskalis and Van Oord. The total contract value is SGD 960 million, and the combined Boskalis / Van Oord share is approximately EUR 100 million. It is expected that the majority of the 24.5 million cubic meters of sand required for this project will be supplied by long distance bulk carriers. In addition to the land reclamation work, the consortium will undertake dredging and construct 3.4 kilometers of quay wall. Work is set to start within the next couple of weeks and will last until late 2018.

147 days ago by arnekiel

Jurong Port gets new drop-in centre
A new international drop-in centre for seafarers was officially opened in Jurong Port on June 3, 2014.


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