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Banks greenlight the rescheduling of IPLOM’s debt

Banks greenlight the rescheduling of IPLOM’s debt

Genoa - About two and a half years after the accident of April 17, 2016, when a leak on a pipeline created a massive spill of crude oil that led to the suspension of all refining activity for 6 months (the longest in the company’s history), IPLOM has – since the full recovery of industrial activity, signed an agreement with banks

300 kilos of TNT disappeared in the Adriatic

300 kilos of TNT disappeared in the Adriatic

Grado - The search for 300 kilos of TNT which disappeared in the upper Adriaticoff the coast of Grado has been suspended. Despite the use of underwater personnel, sonar, and other specialized equipment, there is no sign of the explosives

Port of Amsterdam offers discount for LNG ships

Port of Amsterdam offers discount for LNG ships

Amsterdam - The Port of Amsterdam has announced that it will double the Environmental Ship Index (ESI) discount for vessels powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG). Previously, for some years, the Port had been giving discounts to vessels that had attained an ESI score of 20 points or higher

Car carrier hits ground off Sweden

Car carrier hits ground off Sweden

Foftahammar - The Panama-flagged car carrier “Makassar Highway” ran aground in the Tjust archipelago, off the coast of Loftahammar, Sweden in the morning hours of July 23. An undisclosed amount of oil leaked from the vessel following the incident

ILVA: Di Maio, they’ve made a mess, investigation is underway

ILVA: Di Maio, they’ve made a mess, investigation is underway

Rome - “A mess made by the State playing with people’s health”; a mess into which “an investigation must be opened” to find out “who in particular is responsible”. Luigi Di Maio reported to Parliament about ILVA, one day after the letter in which the Anti-Bribery Authority rejected the tenders for the steel group

Oristano, LNG terminal approved

Oristano, LNG terminal approved

Oristano - The Port Authority’s Management Committee gave the go-ahead for a fifty-year concession to Edison SpA to build the first liquefied natural gas terminal in Sardinia. It will be built in the port area of Oristano on a property of over 11,000sqm associated with almost 8,000sqm of water

Civitavecchia, truce over coal handling issue

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