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Increased Import Of Coal, Crude Oil Boosts India’s Port Growth In FY23: Govt Data

This growth has occurred despite the fact that international trade has been slow for the majority of this fiscal year due to the effect of the Russia-Ukraine war on commodities

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Maritime India Vision 2030 Expects Investments Of Over Rs 1 Lakh Crore In Ports Infra

To develop global standard ports in India, Maritime India Vision (MIV) 2030 has identified initiatives such as developing world-class mega ports, transhipment hubs and infrastructure modernisation of ports at the investments of INR 1,00,000–1,25,000 crore

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Government Issues Draft Indian Ports Bill For Stakeholder Consultation

The draft has been prepared to consolidate and amend the laws relating to ports, for the prevention and containment of pollution at ports. It also seeks to ensure compliance with the country’s obligation under the maritime treaties and international instruments to which India is a party

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Draft Indian Ports Bill, 2020 aiming to attract investment issued for public consultation

Draft Indian Ports Bill, 2020 aiming to attract investment issued for public consultation

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LNG Tankers Build Up Around Indian Ports After Force Majeure

Qatar has approached several buyers in Asia and Europe offering cargoes in the spot market for either loading or delivery in April.

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Some Indian Ports Declare Force Majeure, Could Delay Oil Discharges - Documents, Sources

Indian (crude) imports are by and large term contracts and what may be impacted are the speculative spot lifting. Also, 21 days is a relatively short period of time.

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Refined Palm Oil Cargoes Stuck At Indian Ports After Import Curbs: Refinitiv

India announced the curbs on imports of refined palm oil on Jan. 8 in a bid to help domestic refiners raise their plant utilisation rates, according to industry officials familiar with the matter.

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