When the Panama Canal expansion is completed, an estimated 80 percent of the world’s liquefied natural gas shipping fleet will be able to pass through it, which is good news for various players in the US LNG sector looking to move product to Asia, according to Oil & Energy Insider. Currently, the canal is too […]
Vessel to Provide World's Highest Level of Energy Efficiency, with Specifications Enabling Passage through New Panama Canal. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
The Panama Canal Authority, in coordination with the country's Ministry of Health (MINSA), is taking the following measures to prevent the spread of the
Among US presidents, Teddy Roosevelt stands out. He's the only one to win both the Nobel Prize and the Medal of Honor. Plus, he busted up corporate trusts, fathered the Panama Canal, and set aside 230 million acres of land for public good, kickstarting the American conservation movement. Show More Summary
With the multibillion dollar expansion of the Suez Canal underway, Egypt proudly issued a commemorative stamp to pay tribute to the historical waterway. But, as it turns out, the team commissioned to design the stamp showcased the wrong...Show More Summary
Social media users proved the embarrassing gaffe was real after officials insisted the stamps were 'fakes' One-Minute Read Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 1:08pm The Egyptian Minister of Communications, Atef Helmy, has halted the production...Show More Summary
Credits: STRINGER/AFP/Getty Alt Text: A tanker ship in the Suez Canal Social media users proved the embarrassing gaffe was real after officials insisted the stamps were 'fakes' One-Minute Read Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 1:08pm The...Show More Summary
Here’s hoping the digging goes better. Egyptians were so excited about plans for a new and improved Suez Canal they issued commemorative postage stamps — showing the Panama Canal.
Difficult European projects in Central and South America, of interest at least to historians, are not new to this blog. Consider for example the French scandal in building the Panama Canal and the ultimate failure of the Australian socialist utopia in Paraguay. Show More Summary
By Michael Hooper: Union Pacific (NYSE: UNP) and BNSF Railway, a holding of Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.B), own lucrative rail lines to West Coast ports, giving them an advantage over East Coast rivals CSX (NYSE: CSX) and Norfolk Southern (NYSE: NSC). Show More Summary
The third shipment of four gates for the new locks of the Panama Canal Expansion has arrived to the Atlantic entrance of the waterway, the Panama Canal Authority
Tests with ships will begin in mid-2015 on a new set of locks that are a key component of an expansion of the Panama Canal, the waterway's chief said on Sunday. The post Panama to Start Testing New Canal Locks in Mid-2015 appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
The arrival time for vessels that have been awarded a JIT (Just-in-Time) Transit Service at Panama Canal will be determined based on the conditions listed below,
Leading provider of independent valuations, Valuation Research Corporation (VRC) says it has been engaged by the Panama Canal Authority to value the locks, dams,
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) informs it has certified Verified Emission Reductions (VERs) or carbon credits, within the framework of the Sustainable Forest
I can watch this time-lapse video of the Panama Canal’s ship traffic forever. Up, down, up, down — so mesmerising. More »
by Dish Staff Morgan Meis meditates on the symbolic meaning of the Panama Canal, which officially opened 100 years ago this month: [F]or all this talk of progress and accumulated knowledge of the continents and seas, there is also something prehistoric about the desire to bring all the continents closer together. That’s because they were […]
The Panama Canal opened 100 years ago this month, one of the greatest engineering achievements in history. It was also one of the greatest sacrifices of human life in the name of construction, but tragically, it was far from the most deadly project in history. Read more...
1904-1914: construction and initial operations of the canal The new Republic of Panama, initially represented by Bunau-Varilla, granted the United States perpetual rights to the canal and a large area of eight kilometers on each side of it in exchange for a sum of 10 million dollars and an annual rental payment of $250,000. Once the U.S. Show More Summary