The Port of Long Beach has installed a 904.75kW Mitsubishi Electric photovoltaic (PV) system to contribute to its sustainable environment developments.
Conoco Phillips and Mitsubishi have signed an MOU to undertake a joint development of an LNG import terminal at the US West Coast port of Long Beach. Investment of up to $400m will enable the facility to output 700m cu ft of gas daily, rising to 1,000m cu ft during peaks. Operations are due to start in 2008. The LNG will be imported by Mitsubishi from Oman, following the signing of a contract to buy 800,000 tonnes per annum.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has been awarded a $35.5m contract to supply 12 remotely controlled RTGs and three super post-Panamax quayside gantry cranes to Tobishima Container Berth at Nagoya.
The Port of Long Beach, USA has cleared the way for the development of a US$400m liquefied natural gas terminal (LNG) on Terminal Island, the first facility of its kind to be built on the US West Coast.
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