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Driven by growing domestic demand and a booming economy, cargo volume handled by Philippines ports grew 7% in the first half to 125.8m metric tons (mt) from 117.1m metric tons in the previous corresponding period, the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) said.
News ID: 76272    Publish Date : 2017/09/13

State-run Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC) has shortlisted six countries and will choose one from them as a partner for its planned US$2 billion receiving and distribution facility for imported LNG, Reuters reported.
News ID: 75211    Publish Date : 2017/07/26

Abductions of crew by terrorists in the southern Philippines remain the top concern for Asian anti-piracy body ReCAAP, despite a lull in incidents since May.
News ID: 75086    Publish Date : 2017/07/21

Suspected members of the Abu Sayyaf Group in Basilan sent a message to the Philippine government when they beheaded two abducted Vietnamese seafarers from the bulk carrier ship MV Royal 16.
News ID: 74814    Publish Date : 2017/07/06

The Philippine Coast Guard and Navy have thwarted a pirate attack on a freighter off Zamboanga del Norte, the Philippines, the Coast Guard confirmed.
News ID: 73512    Publish Date : 2017/04/20

INTERNATIONAL Container Terminal Services Inc has reported a three-digit percentage increase in net income for 2016, as strong volume growth at key terminals helped offset economic headwinds.
News ID: 73007    Publish Date : 2017/03/14

Government has committed to $140bn investment programme including construction of road and rail links to ports
News ID: 72804    Publish Date : 2017/03/06

On Friday, the Philippine government’s Board of Investments announced that four Chinese firms are considering $10 billion in industrial projects, including a $1.5 billion shipyard.
News ID: 72798    Publish Date : 2017/03/06

Foreign Ministers of the Association of South East Asian Nations are worried about "recent developments" in the South China Sea and urged restraint and dialogue to prevent any escalation, the Philippine foreign secretary said on Tuesday.
News ID: 72505    Publish Date : 2017/02/21

Four people were critically injured on Saturday night when a ferry collided with a barge in the Philippines.
News ID: 72453    Publish Date : 2017/02/19

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday said he had asked China to help in the fight against Islamic State-linked militants by sending ships to patrol southern waters plagued by raids on commercial vessels.
News ID: 72026    Publish Date : 2017/02/01

One crewman died and six have been reported as missing following the sinking of two cargo vessels off the Philippines on Tuesday, January 17, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) reports.
News ID: 71706    Publish Date : 2017/01/18

Managing Director of the Philippine National Oil Company Pedro A. Aquino has said Iran is the land of opportunities, voicing his company's keenness to join petroleum projects in Iran.
News ID: 71405    Publish Date : 2017/01/05

Two Russian navy ships arrived in Manila on Tuesday for a goodwill visit as Moscow looks to improving ties with Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte.
News ID: 71371    Publish Date : 2017/01/04

On Tuesday, suspected pirates launched an attack on the geared bulker Ocean Kingdom off of Zamboanga, Mindanao.
News ID: 71359    Publish Date : 2017/01/04

Two ro-ros have sunk and a tanker has run aground in adverse weather caused by Typhoon Nina.
News ID: 71174    Publish Date : 2016/12/27

Six seafarers have been kidnapped from a Vietnamese bulker sailing in the southern Philippines.
News ID: 70239    Publish Date : 2016/11/12

Indonesia will resume some shipments of coal to the Philippines, a government official said on Sunday, after a months-long halt due to concerns about piracy in seas between the two archipelagos.
News ID: 69955    Publish Date : 2016/10/31

Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippine:
The Indonesian navy is currently drafting routes for joint patrols and plans to start implementing coordinated patrols with the Philippines and Malaysia this year as part of efforts to step up maritime defense in regional waters amid the risks of piracy and hostage-taking.
News ID: 68897    Publish Date : 2016/08/15

It appears there is finally some progress, and efforts are being made to solve the piracy problem in the southern Philippines, with Indonesia saying it will finalize this week the concrete form of a joint security cooperation effort to ensure the safety of Indonesian export barges crossing regional waters with the Philippines, local reports said.
News ID: 66594    Publish Date : 2016/07/19

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