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Eline Enterprise Incident Update - Saturday 28 January 2011 @9:00 am

Saturday, 28 January 2012
A response team from Northern Territory Fire and Rescue Services left Kitchener Bay at 0700 hrs this morning aboard workboat Komiza to assess the status of damaged cargo onboard the Eline Enterprise, which is being held at the outer Harbour limits. The team is responsible for testing for remnant ethylene gas aboard the vessel.  Once confirmed safe, the ship will be escorted by tug into an inner harbour anchorage and this will allow further assessment of cargo damage to take place. » Read more

Eline Enterprise - Cargo Vessel Incident

Friday, 27 January 2012
A multi-agency response has been assembled today following the vessel, Eline Enterprise, currently anchored on the outer boundary of the Port of Darwin, with damaged cargo.  In a measured and coordinated approach, Territory agencies are working to achieve a safe and successful outcome to ensure risk to life and the marine environment is minimised.   » Read more

Inpex Announcement

Friday, 13 January 2012
Today’s announcement by INPEX that the Ichthys LNG final investment decision is to go ahead marks an important milestone for the Territory. This decision is welcomed by the Darwin Port Corporation, who has been working closely with INPEX in conjunction with the Territory Government over the last 3 years to ensure the feasibility of this investment. Chief Executive, Terry O’Connor said, “the Corporation has already committed significant resources to ensure that we are ready for the project’s construction and operational phases as the project progresses over the next 5 years.< » Read more

Deck Refurbishment work starts at Fisherman's Wharf

Wednesday, 11 January 2012
Work is set to commence this week on Fisherman’s Wharf to repair the concrete decking and corroded piling. » Read more

Tide Diary Sells Out!

Tuesday, 10 January 2012
Due to popular demand, the Corporation’s iconic Darwin Tides Diary 2012 has been a sell out!If you haven’t got your copy yet, you can pick one up from: Fishing and Outdoor World Nautical Supplies The Tackle Box NT Darwin Shipstores Top End Tackle World Tackle World - Berrimah & Coolalinga Karama Newsagency » Read more

Port Welcomes Top-Notch Relief Harbourmaster

Wednesday, 04 January 2012
The Port of Darwin welcomes Captain Eric Atkinson as Acting Harbourmaster, whilst Harbourmaster, Captain Ian Niblock takes a well-earned holiday. Captain Atkinson retired from Fremantle Ports in 2008 after a 20 year appointment as Harbourmaster – the longest serving of any Australian Harbourmaster, and continues to be actively involved in maritime operations and is contracted to Fremantle Ports as a maritime consultan » Read more

Cyclone Grant - Post Incident Debrief

Tuesday, 03 January 2012
The Darwin Port Corporation wishes to thank its staff and stakeholders who were involved in the successful execution of our Cyclone Plan in response to the declared warning for Tropical Cyclone Grant.  The response by all involved saw the Port of Darwin prepared to Stage 2 (24 Hours), with some key wharf operations able to continue, particularly at a time when resources were tight in the lead up to the Christmas break. » Read more

Stage 2 Cyclone Warning (24 HRS)

Saturday, 24 December 2011
Darwin Port Corporation has invoked Stage 2 of its Cyclone Management Plan in response to the declaration of a Cyclone Warning by the Bureau of Meteorology. » Read more

Darwin Port Corporation Cyclone Management

Thursday, 22 December 2011
Darwin Port Corporation has invoked Stage 1 of its Cyclone Management Plan in response to the declaration of a Cyclone Watch by the Bureau of Meteorology. Instructions to all vessels within the Port of Darwin via scheduled V » Read more

Environmental Management Plans for Stokes and Fort Hill Wharves

Thursday, 22 December 2011
The Darwin Port Corporation is pleased to release new environmental management plans (EMPs) for Stokes and Fort Hill Wharves. The EMPs are designed to provide the management framework, legislative and po » Read more