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LA and Long Beach ports are country’s least efficient, says new report

Daily Bulletin 25 May 2022
In the US, demand for goods exploded as homebound consumers turned to e-commerce, with American ports struggling to cope with record volumes of imports ... Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Port is now the most efficient gateway in the world, followed by counterparts in Oman and Qatar respectively.
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California ports rank as world’s least efficient for containers

The Mercury News 25 May 2022
In the US, demand for goods exploded as homebound consumers turned to e-commerce, with American ports struggling to cope with record volumes of imports ... Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Port is now the most efficient gateway in the world, followed by counterparts in Oman and Qatar respectively.
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Middle East container ports are the most efficient in the world

Splash24/7 25 May 2022
Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Port tops the ranking in 2021, with regional competitors Port Salalah in Oman, Hamad Port in Qatar and Khalifa Port in Abu Dhabi rounding out the top five. Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah Islamic Port also featured strongly in eighth place overall ... In 23rd place, the Port of Virginia is the top ranked port in North America.
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Port Efficiency Index: Middle East Tops Rankings with SoCalPorts Last

The Maritime Executive 25 May 2022
By contrast, ports in the Middle East took four of the five top spots and three of the large Chinese gateways were also among the top 10 rankings ... Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Port tops the ranking in 2021, with regional competitors Port Salalah in Oman, Hamad Port in Qatar, and Khalifa Port in Abu Dhabi rounding out the top five.
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Lowest bids for LNG received from PetroChina

Dawn 12 May 2022
This would mean the LNG terminal-1 operated by Engro would be operating almost at full capacity on Pakistan State Oil’s LNG cargos from Qatar while terminal-2 operated by Pakistan Gas Port will be processing 4-5 cargoes each in May and June, including two under long term contract from Qatar and three spot cargoes secured by PLL.
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Qatari Visit to Iran Suggests Possible Policy Breakthroughs

The Washington Institute 11 May 2022
According to Iran’s official news agency, Emir Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani of Qatar will arrive in Tehran for talks on May 12 ... For now, Qatar’s limited hotel space will be supplemented by cruise liners moored in port facilities, but one proposed Plan B is the use of Iranian hotels on Kish Island, a thirty-five-minute flight from Doha.
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Higher raw material prices force state-run GSFC’s fertiliser plants to shut

Financial Express 11 May 2022
By Nayan Dave ... Ideally located in the proximity of Sikka Port, GSFC’s Sikka complex is spread over 780 acres of land at Moti Khavdi village ... In the case of ammonia, GSFC is relying on imports from Bahrain, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. These raw materials arrive at Sikka Port, from where it is transported by a pipeline to GSFC units ... .
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Iran to launch its first cruise ship in Persian Gulf port of Bushehr

Press TV 08 May 2022
Iran’s tourism ministry (MCTH) will launch the cruise ship in the southwestern port ... He said, however, that the private owner of the ship hopes to use the liner for transferring passengers between Bushehr and ports in Qatar during the World Cup tournament in November and December.
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Analysis-Qatar scores as World Cup host but may not net long-term goals

FX Empire 05 May 2022
At the peak of its building boom in 2016, Qatar spent 18% of GDP on infrastructure, dwarfing the sums spent on staging previous World Cups ... military base and the Arab region’s most influential TV channel, Qatar has not just splurged on soccer stadiums but also expressways, a metro network, a deep-water port and an expanded airport.
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Qatar scores as FIFA World Cup host but may not net long-term goalsDoha sees the ...

Deccan Herald 05 May 2022
Qatar World Cup organisers admit workers were exploited ... Already home to the region's largest US military base and the Arab region's most influential TV channel, Qatar has not just splurged on soccer stadiums but also expressways, a metro network, a deep-water port and an expanded airport ... But Qatar's work is far from over, said Antoniades ... Qatar.
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Analysis: Qatar scores as World Cup host but may not net long-term goals

Reuters 05 May 2022
At the peak of its building boom in 2016, Qatar spent 18% of GDP on infrastructure, dwarfing the sums spent on staging previous World Cups ... military base and the Arab region's most influential TV channel, Qatar has not just splurged on soccer stadiums but also expressways, a metro network, a deep-water port and an expanded airport.
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Qatar ports witness brisk RORO movement in April 2022

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 04 May 2022
Qatar’s maritime sector saw a buoyant month-on-month and year-on-year ...
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Delivery of Qatar's electric bus fleet for FIFA World Cup 2022 completed

MENA FN 26 Apr 2022
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Qatar Hamad Port has received 130 electric buses; the last batch of a total of 741 units Qatar ordered for the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. The fleet of e-buses will be ... .
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Qatar receives final batch of electric buses to ferry fans for World Cup

MENA FN 25 Apr 2022
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) #Qatar 2022 The Peninsula Hamad Port today received the last batch of 130 electric buses that will be fully operated by Mowasalat (Karwa) as part of public transportation ... .

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