Asciano's roll-out of its AutoStrad straddle carrier technology will remain frozen "for the foreseeable future" after the company revealed impairment charges on two of its Patrick businesses.
The Tasmanian Ports Corporation (Tasports) had major concerns over the impact of the Toll-ANL joint venture's decision to switch operations from Bell Bay to Burnie, chief executive Robert Barnes said today.
Dennis Parsons has resigned as chief executive of Esperance Port Authority.
China has given Western Australia's Gorgon liquefied natural gas project its biggest boost yet, yesterday signing a $50bn agreement to buy 2.3m tonnes of the product each year for the next 20 years.
Container trade from Europe to Australia shows no signs of recovery, with European Liner Affairs Association (ELAA) data recording a 30% fall in imports in June compared with the same month last year.
Qantas Freight Enterprises took a heavy hit last financial year, contributing to the disappointing overall performance by the group which was announced today.
A tanker was ordered to leave the port of Esperance yesterday as fire crews dealt with a smouldering pile of nickel sulphide concentrate initially thought by locals to be a fire.
ExxonMobil Australia chairman John Dashwood has projected another three decades of gas exploration and production in Bass Strait.
An aggressive scrapping campaign by Mediterranean Shipping Co, the world’s second-largest container line, has resulted in all of its 400-plus fleet being in work.
Major channel-deepening work in Port Phillip Bay officially ended today, with the Royal Boskalis Westminster dredger, Queen Of The Netherlands, expected to depart on Saturday.
Santos and Gas de France Suez have joined forces to develop a floating liquefied natural gas project off northwest Australia, the Adelaide energy producer said yesterday.
Tongan authorities have revised down the death toll from the Princess Ashika ferry tragedy earlier this month from 93 to 73, after the discovery that one group of people reported missing were not on board the vessel.