BREAKING NEWS - The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has today opposed P&O Trans Australia's (POTA) proposed acquisition of Maritime Container Services.
A "very challenging" 2009 saw rail and ports operator Asciano sink into the red again, despite a strong showing by its bulk rail operations.
Federal environment minister Peter Garrett this morning approved the multi billion-dollar Gorgon liquefied natural gas (LNG) project off the north-west coast of Western Australia.
The Port of Brisbane Corporation (PBC) is to lift wharfage and harbour fees by 6% across the board under a new schedule of port charges announced yesterday.
Woodside Petroleum would make Songa Offshore's drilling rig, Songa Mercur, available to tackle the West Atlas spill if PTT Exploration and Production Australasia (PTTEPA) needed it, a spokesman for the Australian energy firm said yesterday.
High winds last night disrupted Melbourne port operations for the second time in five days.
July's new vehicle sales in Australia dipped 7% from June according to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
Fisherman Islands will host a new player next month with Singapore agri-trader Wilmar Gavilon announcing yesterday it had acquired the Brisbane sugar terminal.
BP Australia could send up to 12 shipments of bitumen a year to Townsville to service its new bitumen import, manufacturing and distribution facility, a spokesman said yesterday.
The Baltic Dry Index fell for a sixth consecutive day, dropping 2% to 2,388 points yesterday.
Hapag-Lloyd shareholders have agreed to pump an additional €173m (US$247.7m) to help save the ailing German container line.