Illinois River Closures, Fish Barriers Are Top Concerns At IRCA

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Illinois River Closures, Fish Barriers Are Top Concerns At IRCA

Illinois River Closures, Fish Barriers Are Top Concerns At IRCA September 2018 By David Murray click here to read more Scheduled closures of the Illinois River in 2019 and 2020 to repair aging locks were the topic of greatest concern for members of the Illinois River Carriers Association (IRCA), as the association held its third-quarter…

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Breaking News: IRPT signs Memorandum with USACE

Inland Rivers, Ports & Terminals and U.S. Army Corps, Institute of Water Resources sign Memorandum of Common Purpose Cindy Cutrera, Port of Morgan City and President of Inland Rivers, Ports & Terminals and Dr. Joe Manous, Jr., Director for the Institute of Water Resources (IWR) of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers signed the Memorandum…

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Kinder Morgan Terminals (St. Louis)

Kinder Morgan’s St. Louis terminal sits on 12 acres on the Mississippi River with direct access to Union Pacific Railroad and Terminal Railroad Association. The terminal is located along Interstates 44, 55, 64 and 70. The terminal offers barge, rail and truck loading/unloading, storage and warehousing and additional services. The MidWest Region of KM Terminals primarily services…

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Kinder Morgan Terminals (Dakota)

Kinder Morgan’s Dakota terminal sits adjacent to the Mississippi River with direct access to the Union Pacific Railway. The terminal is located along Interstates 494, 35 and 94 and offers up to 50,000 tons of covered and 500,000 tons of outside storage. Major terminal features include processing facilities, pellet mill processing and more. The MidWest Region of…

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Central Gulf ports augmenting cargo terminal infrastructure

Central Gulf ports augmenting cargo terminal infrastructure By: Paul Scott Abbott | Issue #666 | Mar 26 2018 at 03:36 PM | Channel(s): Ports & Terminals  Ports With terminal expansions moving forward at most of the region’s ports, the central Gulf region is readying to meet burgeoning demands of cargo interests. The region appears to have favor in Washington, as the only two…

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New Nova ethylene terminal on the Mississippi

March 27, 2018: Chemical & Engineering News (full link below) Nova plans ethylene export terminal Canadian chemical maker Nova Chemicals is working with the oil and gas infrastructure firm Energy Transfer Partners to develop an ethylene export terminal on the U.S. Gulf Coast. The terminal would have the capacity to export 800,000 metric tons of…

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Marion Iowa Facility Expansion

March 16, 2018: The Gazette (full link below) Timberline Manufacturing plans expansion in Marion Timberline Manufacturing in Marion plans to double its production space in the city and add 56 people to its payroll. The company announced Friday that it wants to build a new 85,000-square-foot production space at 1029 Blairs Ferry Rd., adjacent to…

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Port Milwaukee Cargo Volume Grows in 2017

Port Milwaukee Cargo Volume Grows in 2017 As Vessel Visits Climb Nearly 10% A significant increase in the quantity of dry bulk cargo moving through Port Milwaukee pushed annual cargo volumes past the previous year’s totals according to unaudited numbers shared with the Board of Harbor Commissioners on Thursday. Categories such as limestone, salt, and…

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