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March 2011

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21 21 East Norfolk Wilmington Charleston Savannah Wilmington Morehead City Savannah Jacksonville East and Gulf Coast Boston (Massport) Channel depth is 40 feet now and the port wants to go to 45-plus feet.. Feasibility study is underway but not yet completed New York/New ersey Boston (Massport) Channel depth is 40 feet now and the port wants to go to 45-plus feet New York/New Jersey Depth to port’s various terminals currently run between 37 feet – 45 feet. Construction is underway on $2.3 billion project to deepen access channels to 50 feet and is expected to be completed before end of 2014. Depth to port’s various terminals currently run between 37 feet – 45 feet. Construction is underway on $2.3 billion project to deepen access channels to 50 feet and is expected to be completed before end of 2014. Channel depth is 40 feet now; headed to 45 feet. Initial construction began in 2010 but will be several years before completion. BaltimorlBa timore Currently has 50-foot channel, but no 50-foot deep berths New lease with Ports America at Seagirt terminal gives the respons bility tto the terminal operator to pay for dredging the berths to 50 feet by 2014 o the terminal operator to pay for dredging the berths to 50 feet by 2014.. Norfolk Virginia Ports Authority is currently the only U.S Atlantic port that has 50-foot depths all the way to the dock heir channel to 55 feet. Morehead City Charleston Has a 47-foot main entrance channel and 45-foot harborr. Port wants to go deepe up to 50 feet but needs $400,000 to begin the ffeasibility study and apparently Sen. DeMint is opposed to approving the project as an earmark Has a 45-foot channel with no plans to go deeper- Has a 47-foot main entrance channel and 45-foot harbo ort wants to go deeperr, up to 50 feet,, but needs $400,000 to begin the easibility study and apparently Sen. DeMint is opposed to approving the project as an earmark.. Channel is currently at 42 feet, but Corps of Engineers will dredge to 48 feet at cost of $588 million if feasibility project study issues are resolved. Savannah has to be reauthorized in next WRDA because cost now exceeds the 120 percent of authorized cost threshold. here is also pressure from South Carolina side of bi-state oversight authority over whether to dredge river further to 50 feet t to encompass proposed Jr Channel is currently at 42 feet, but Corps of Engineers will dredge to 48 feet at cost of $588 million if feasibility project study issues are resolved. Savannah has to be reauthorized in next WRDA because cost now exceeds the 120 percent of authorized cost threshold. There is also pressure from South Carolina side of bi-state oversight authority over whether to dredge river further to 50 feet o encompass p oposed Jasper Country container terminal between S.C and Georgia asper Country container terminal between S.C. and Georgia.. acksonville Main channel is 41 feet deep and looking to go to 45 feet with feasibility study underway for estimated $500–$600 million project. Canaveral Port Authority Entrance channel at 41 feet at Mean Low ate Canaveral Port Authority Ft. Lauderdale/Port Everglades Port of Miamiort of Miami Tampa Port Authority ort Manatee Ft. Lauderdale/Port Everglades Port of Palm Beach District Main channel is 41 feet deep and looking to go to 45 feet with feasibility study underway for estimated $500–$600 million project. Channel is now at 47 feet deep with berth depths that range from 27 feet to 44 feet. A feasibility Entrance channel at 41 feet at Mean Low Waterr. Port is doing a Section 302 study to deepen the channel, primarily for larger cruiseshipsrp imarily for larger cruiseships. Channel is now at 47 feet deep with berth depths that range from 27 feet to 44 feet. A feasibility study is underway to deepen their channel to 50 feet. study is underway to deepen their channel to 50 feet. ort of Palm Beach District The channel is currently 33 feet deep with no deepening plans currently in the works Main channel depth is 42 feet.iMa n channel depth is 42 feet. Port has a 50-foot channel authorized, but all necessary Corps funding not yet secure fo he channel is currently 33 feet deep with no deepening plans currently in the works. ort has a 50-foot channel authorized, but all necessary Corps funding not yet secure forr ampa Port Authority Main entrance channel is dredged to 43 feet with no current plans for channel deepening. Port Manatee construction. New governor of Florida, Rick Scott, has pledged to pump $77 million into the project. Main entrance channel is dredged to 43 feet with no current plans for channel deepening. Port of Mobile Main channel is 45 feet and Corps has authorized deepening to 50 feet but no plans to go further at this time ecently fi nished a turning basin enlargement.. ort of Mobile Main channel is 45 feet and Corps has authorized deepening to 50 feet but no plans to go further at this time. The port rrecently fi nished a turning basin enlargement Gulfport Port of New Orleans ort of Pascagoula Main channel depth is 42 feet with recent channel widening but no deepening. Gulfport Channel curChannel currently dredged to 36 feet but no nearrently dredged to 36 feet but no near--term plans for deepening.term plans for deepening. ort of New Orleans Channe dredged to 45 feet with no deepening plans at this time.Channel dredged to 45 feet with no deepening plans at this timel Port of Pascagoula Lake Charles Harbor and Terminal District Port of Port Arthur Navigation ort of Port Arthur Navigation District/Sabine Naches (TiD strict/Sabine Naches (Texas ort Freeport xas)) s udy underwaystudy underwt progress yet. Main channel depth is 42 feet with recent channel widening but no deepening. Main channel depth is 40 feet and port has had re-evaluation study going on for a long time to deepen, but no apparent progress yet. he port construction. New governor of Florida, Rick Scott, has pledged to pump $77 million into the project. Main channel depth is 40 feet and port has had re-evaluation study going on for a long time to deepen, but no apparent ort is doing a Section 302 study to deepen the channel, Currently has a 42-foot channel and port wrCu rently has a 42-foot channel and port wants to go deeper but no study is currently underway Has a 45 foot channel with no plans to go deeper. ants to go deeper, but no study is currently underway. irginia Ports Authority is currently the only U.S. Atlantic port that has 50-foot depths all the way to the dock.. The Corps has authorized ttheir channel to 55 feet. he Corps has authorized PhiladelphiaiPh ladelphia Channel depth is 40 feet now; headed to 45 feet. Initial construction began in 2010 but will be several years before completion. Currently has 50-foot channel, but no 50-foot deep berths. New lease with Ports America at Seagirt terminal gives the responsiibility Coast A rundown from north to south on who needs what in the effort to dig deeper for post-Panamax ships slated to start calls by 2014. Source: American Association of Port Authorities A rundown from north to south on who needs what in the effort to dig deeper for post-Panamax ships slated to start calls by 2014. Source: American Association of ort Authorities dredging SCORECARD dredging SCORECARD easibility study is underway but not yet completed.. Lake Charles Harbor and Cu rently has 40-foot-deep channel now and might be considering deepening in the future.Currently has 40-foot-deep channel now and might be considering deepening in the futurer erminal District Currently has 40-footCurrently has 40-foot-deep channel and looking to deepen to 45 feet or 48 feet with feasibility-deep channel and looking to deepen to 45 feet or 48 feet with feasibility ay. Port of Galveston Main channel recently dredged to 45 feet from 40 feet and looking to extend entrance channel. Port of Houston Authority Ship channel depth ranges from 40 feet to 45 feet deep with no current plans to deepen furthe Texas City 50-plus feet. Port of Corpus Christi ort of Corpus Christi ort of Galveston Main channel recently dredged to 45 feet from 40 feet and looking to extend entrance channel. ort of Houston Authority Ship channel depth ranges from 40 feet to 45 feet deep with no current plans to deepen furtherr. xas City Channel depth is 40 feet and construction currently underway to deepen to 45 feet with an authorized depth of 50 feet. Port Freeport Main channel is 45 feet deep and looking at deepening to up to 65 feet with a feasibility study underway for deepening to Main channel is 45 feet deep and looking at deepening to up to 65 feet with a feasibility study underway for deepening to 50-plus feet. Port of Brownsville Main channel depth is 42 feet with feasibility study now underway to deepen it furthe ort of Brownsville Main channel depth is 42 feet with feasibility study now underway to deepen it furtherr. Channel depth is 40 feet and construction currently underway to deepen to 45 feet with an authorized depth of 50 feet. Main channel depth now at 45 feet and are authorized and has plans to deepen to 52 feet as soon as construction Main channel depth now at 45 feet and are authorized and has plans to deepen to 52 feet as soon as construction funds are secured.funds are secured. www.cargobusinessnews.com March 2011 S

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