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Kurt Nagle, president and CEO of American Association of Port Authorities, discusses how ports are moving aggressively to deepen their harbors and build larger terminals and are looking to a variety of public and private sources of funding for these projects. At the same time, ports are addressing the environmental issues they face as port growth impacts upon neighboring communities.
Local leaders announced millions of dollars in funding to upgrade Narragansett port.
The World Bank has agreed to give Tanzania a $305 million loan to expand the port of Dar es Salaam located in the main commercial city. The loan is part of a $785 million loan from the Bank that the Tanzanian government is seeking to execute development projects in the east African economy. "The World Bank has agreed to give Tanzania loans for various development projects, including a credit of $305 million for an expansion project at the Dar es Salaam port," Finance and Planning Minister Phil… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2017/01/27/tanzania-to-receive-world-bank-funding-for-dar-es-salaam-port-expansion Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.youtub...
The federal government is releasing funds to repair an unsafe breakwater in Port Washington.
19-Apr-18 TV News: 'Controversy over misuse of funds accusation' 19 April 2018 06:41 PM byACN | Barcelona SHARE The Spanish judge in charge of the independence case raised the accusations of misuse of public funds against Catalan leaders to up to 1.9 million euros. For many, including the magistrate himself, this has prompted the question: how can this hypothetical misuse of funds be explained if Catalan finances had been under the scrutiny of Spain for months before the referendum? All eyes are now on the Spanish finance minister, who has been told to prove that a crime did NOT take place, to some commentators’ surprise. In our show today, we’ll look into this controversy in depth, and we’ll also find out about an expansion of the Barcelona port.
Freight Mobility Strategic Investment Board member Cliff Benson joined Port of Tacoma commissioners and other state and local dignitaries Sept. 18 to lift Lincoln Avenue. The road-raising celebration kicked off construction of the final phase of the Lincoln Avenue Grade Separation, a key freight transporation project that secured federal stimulus funding. Learn more at www.portoftacoma.com/lincoln-ave.
€4.5 million eu funding for foynes port Shannon Foynes Port Company has received approval for €4.5 million in EU funding. Confirmation of the funding came this evening from Munster Fine Gael MEP Deirdre Clune, who is a member of the EU Transport Committee. Two years ago Shannon Foynes Port received more than €3 million from the same EU fund. The latest grant of €4.5 million is to join the existing jetties at Foynes; infill an area behind these jetties and develop 90 acres of land for ancillary port storage and port related activities....
In order to more efficiently accommodate massive post-panamax ships, the United States needed to widen and deepen many of its channels and harbors. TIGER grants have channeled federal transportation funding directly to 38 port projects in 22 states designed to increase efficiency and grow the economy. President Obama has proposed new investments in transportation infrastructure to jump-start job creation & build a 21st century American economy. Learn more at http://www.whitehouse.gov/economy
Taitungs Dawu Fishing Port, which has long been plagued by silt, is expected to receive NT$25 million from the Executive Yuans Fisheries Agency to help ease the situation. This is the first such support in many years, but many fishermen remain skeptical.
Governor Rick Scott threatens funding of Port of Palm Beach Subscribe to WPBF on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1qfxvbX Get more West Palm Beach news: http://www.wpbf.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wpbf25news Follow us: http://twitter.com/WPBF25News Google+: http://plus.google.com/+WPBF
State Government funding totalling $9.1 million will be provided to help secure the future of the Lakes Entrance bar, Australias largest fishing port. Independent Member for Gippsland East Craig Ingram said the funding was welcome news for Ports and the local fishing industry. He said the consistency of the bar crossing would make the local port more attractive to larger recreational vessels.
The Port of Lake Charles has finalized an agreement to dedicate $3 million to the National Hurricane Museum and Science Center. The funding will start when the museum reaches 80 percent of its funding. At an estimated cost of $68 million, the project has received more than $14 million in commitments. The Museum's Board of Directors has also approved the agreement.
1/24/14 -During an in-studio interview, Scott and Jerry Sanders (President & CEO of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce) talk about the recent funding for the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry infrastructure project. http://scottpeters.house.gov/media-center/press-releases/reps-peters-davis-vargas-announce-san-ysidro-port-of-entry-funding
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One of the key objectives of the ISWAN Port Welfare Partnership Pilot Project is to attract further funding necessary for the pilot project seamlessly transform itself into a major project in order to meet the needs of a global industry. To help achieve this objective, the major maritime funding charity Seafarers UK has agreed to act as Project Funding Co-ordinator. Subject to the expected success of the pilot project, Seafarers UK will be seeking funding partners to turn the pilot into a major project in order to set up as many Welfare Boards in as many countries and major ports as possible over a 5 year period.
China is funding a $90 million South Pacific wharf big enough for warships SUBSCRIBE my channel here: https://goo.gl/F8gn4Z G+ here: https://goo.gl/UzMJVe ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A growing presence. (EPA/Jerome Favre) China is flexing its maritime muscle. In the South China Sea last week, it put on its biggest-ever display of naval power, and tomorrow its navy will hold a live-fire drill in the Taiwan Strait, rattling nerves in Taipei and beyond. Amid such exercises, defense analysts are wondering what Beijing has in mind for a $90 million wharf project—built with a loan from China—in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu. So are some lawmakers in Vanuatu. The project’s loan terms were not made available f...