Several US ports, many in the Gulf, are expecting a surge in wind cargo during the next 24 months.
Port of Corpus Christi
Port of Corpus Christi
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30 Jan 2019
15 Dec 2017
John LaRue headed the Corpus Christi port for 23 years; he will stay on as an adviser until he retires in June 2019.
12 Sep 2017
Port to advance funds to get project started more quickly.
05 Sep 2017
The US Coast Guard on Tuesday reopened the Sabine-Neches Waterway.
01 Sep 2017
The reopening of terminals, repairs to rail lines, and moves toward more normal vessel operations are important steps in untangling supply chains twisted by Hurricane Harvey.
31 Aug 2017
Ship pilots planned to begin guiding smaller ships through the Houston Ship Channel on Thursday.
30 Aug 2017
Houston and several other Texas and Louisiana ports hope to restart operations by Labor Day.
29 Aug 2017
Logistics impacts from flooding in Houston and other parts of southeast Texas continue to spread.
25 Aug 2017
Cargo transportation providers along the Texas coast are preparing for major disruptions from Hurricane Harvey.
26 Jun 2017
Private investment in that area totals $50 billion — "with a B."
09 Nov 2016
Things could be better, but they also could be a lot worse for breakbulk and project cargo shipping in US Gulf ports.
26 Sep 2016
Port Corpus Christi has taken the first step toward a project to widen the Texas port’s channel and increase its depth.
12 Jun 2016
The Port of Corpus Christi, Texas, is riding a wave of bulk and project cargo with a common theme: the energy industry.
21 Feb 2016
Texas's non-container ports are in the middle of a multiyear boom brought on by construction of massive industrial plants that are being built around the ports of Brownsville and Corpus Christi to take advantage of the abundance of shale oil and gas flowing out of the Eagle Ford oil shale field in South Texas.
06 Jun 2014
U.S. Gulf ports are seeing the first wave of increased cargo volume from shale drilling.
29 Apr 2014
WASHINGTON — Long-delayed U.S.
10 Apr 2013
Port of Corpus Christi’s commissioners have approved the grant agreement with the Maritime Administration, which outlines the terms and conditions for the use of the funds.
14 Mar 2013
The Port of Corpus Christ, Texas, and regional partners have secured voestalpine as a partner at the La Quinta Trade Gateway.
13 Feb 2013
Port Corpus Christi in Texas has promoted Ruben C. Medina to director of business development, under the supervision of the deputy port director of operations and business development.
28 Nov 2012
Port of Corpus Christi Commissioners recently promoted Frank Brogan, former deputy port director of engineering, finance and administration services, to the role of managing director, effective immediately.
24 Sep 2012
Timing is everything.
09 Nov 2011
Texas' Port of Corpus Christi approved the $66 million sale of 185.5 acres at a decommissioned naval base to a logistics company that plans to build an offshore drilling service facility.
23 Sep 2011
A $41 million project to better connect the site of Port of Corpus Christi’s long-delayed cargo terminal to the main shipping channel begins next month.
28 Jul 2011
The Port of Corpus Christi, Tex. is still operating under normal conditions as it awaits an update on the dangers posed by Tropical Storm Don.
28 Jul 2011
15 Jun 2011
The Port of Corpus Christi Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved funding for the port’s $15.5 million share of the cost of extending the La Quinta Ship Channel and restoring the ecosystem,
10 Jun 2011
Noka Shipping, a Greek ship management company, agreed to pay $900,000 in fines and was barred from operating in the United States after pleading guilty to multiple water pollution charges.