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Potential New Business for Darwin Port

Thursday, 05 December 2013
Darwin Port Corporation has signed a Heads of Agreement with Rum Jungle Resources to use its export facilities for two potential projects under development in Central Australia. "This is great news for the Port and an important step towards getting Rum Jungle Resources’ two minerals projects up and running," Chief Minister Adam Giles said. Rum Jungle Resources (RUM) has two potential fertiliser mineral projects in the Northern Territory. » Read more

2014 Tide Diaries

Monday, 02 December 2013
Orders for the Darwin Port Corporation Tide Diaries are now available.  The diaries will be ready for delivery next week.  Click here for more information.  Diaries will be available at the following outlets: Nautical Supplies Craig's Fishing Warehouse BTC Parts & Accessories Darwin Shipstores Fishing & Outdoor World Coolalinga Newsagency Humpty Doo Newsagency » Read more

Cullen Bay Pontoon Open - Sunday 1 December 2013

Monday, 02 December 2013
Minister, the Hon Peter Styles MLA announced the new 63 metre Cullen Bay pontoon and gangway was open for use, with completion of the works ahead of schedule. "I am pleased with the hard work that was done to ensure the pontoon was finished ahead of time," Mr Styles said. "Ferries and all other commercial users and tourism vendors can now use the new pontoon; however fuel still needs to be drawn from the fort hill wharf. » Read more

Darwin Port signs up Rum Jungle Resources

Tuesday, 26 November 2013
The Darwin Port Corporation welcomed the signing of a Heads of Agreement with Rum Jungle Resources (ASX: RUM) on Monday 25 November 2013.   The Heads of Agreement establishes a framework for the negotiation of formal agreements to progress export of phosphate rock, phosphoric acid and potash salt products from their Ammaroo Phosphate Project and Karinga Lakes Potash Project 200 kilometres south east of Tennant Creek, via East Arm Wharf.  Chief Executive Terry O'Connor said "in what has been quite a momentus year for the dynamic and expandting operations » Read more

Darwin Port Corporation runner up Port or Terminal of the Year at the 2013 Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards

Tuesday, 26 November 2013
The Chief Executive Terry O’Connor and Senior Corporation Officials attended the Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards on 21 November 2013 in Melbourne and were proud to receive a highly commended as runner up in the Port or Terminal of the Year category for the exemplary work undertaken in the project to implement the Port Management and Information System.  This is fantastic recognition at a national level for the project for the Port of Darwin and this award was attributed to the staff involved in this successful project. The Corporation is also the proud sponso » Read more

Flare Demonstration 26 November 2013

Monday, 18 November 2013
Please be informed that a Flare Demonstration will be held at East Point Reserve on Tuesday 26th November between 8:30am-10:00am.  Click here for further information. » Read more

Policy for Vessel Immobilisation

Thursday, 14 November 2013
Darwin Port Corporation has released the Vessel Immobilisation Policy. The policy formalises the requirements for immobilisation and provided for more flexible arrangements outside of the cyclone season. Please note that a new form Application to Immobilise is in use. » Read more

Vale Brian Manning

Wednesday, 06 November 2013
Darwin Port Corporation and its staff remember waterside worker, life member of the Maritime Union of Australia and lifelong activist Brian Manning.  Brian was the co-founder of the NT Trades and Labour Council, 2010 Senior NT Citizen of the Year and Honorary President of the Darwin Port Welfare Committee, which established the Seafarers’ Centre at East Arm Wharf. Brian will be sadly missed and our thoughts are with his family at this sad time. » Read more

East Arm Wharf Container Crane - Update

Monday, 04 November 2013
Following on from the last advice regarding the engineering failure of DPC’s container crane the following information is provided as an update: The engineering report regarding repair requirements and projected timeframes is expected to be received shortly. Initial indications are that it could take at least 3 months to have the crane operating. DPC have held discussions with a number of parties regarding the mobilisation of a mobile harbour crane to Darwin. As a result of these discussions DPC has accepted a Qube Ports offer to redirect a new c » Read more

New Timor Sea Gas Province

Monday, 04 November 2013
Chief Minister Adam Giles has welcomed confirmation of a potential new Timor Sea gas province on the Territory’s doorstep. Resources company Eni has just completed drilling an appraisal well at the Evans Shoal Gas Field in the Bonaparte Basin, 300 kilometres northwest of Darwin. “The results of this assessment drilling by Eni have revealed the Evans Shoal Gas Field contains at least eight trillion cubic feet (TCF) of raw gas, with a likely three to four TCF of that being recoverable for processing,” Mr Giles said. » Read more
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