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25.05.2016

Marine training on the River Thames is to receive a major boost with the launch of a new skills organisation that will support crew training and development on the UK’s busiest waterway.

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Thames marine training and skills to be stepped-up
11.08.2016

Thames Oilport announces that it is to expand the amount of tankage to be used for diesel storage, bringing into use a further 56,000 cbm of tankage from Q1 2017.

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Thames Oilport announces additional diesel tankage
06.04.2016

Today Thames Oilport celebrates the receipt of the first in a series of diesel shipments to be stored on site. The arrival of these shipments is a major milestone that brings fuel into the terminal for the first time since the closure of the Coryton refinery.

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Thames Oilport completes first phase of development
28.07.2012

19 vessels in for the Olympics - supply line and passengers the focus

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Thames Olympic Update
13.12.2016

Thames Rowing Club has won the tenth Port of London Authority (PLA) annual Rowing Safety Award, along with a £1,250 cash prize during a ceremony at their club in Putney.

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Thames Rowing Club scoops tenth annual Rowing Safety Award
12.02.2014

The Port of London Authority (PLA) which oversees safety on the tidal Thames has issued formal safety warnings to all recreational craft users.

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Thames Safety Warning as Heavy Rain Causes Strong River Flows
15.03.2016

Port of London Authority (PLA) chairman, Christopher Rodrigues CBE has heralded a bright future for the Thames, identifying strong prospects for growth and a new skills academy to facilitate the training of people to work on the river.

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Thames set for a bright future
11.07.2012

Six weeks after the biggest ever pageant on the Thames, London’s river and docks are set to start welcoming vessels large and small as they arrive for the 2012 Olympic Games.

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Thames set for busy Olympics
14.12.2015

Use of the Thames could be transformed over the next 20 years, according to the latest Thames Vision publication issued today (Monday, 14 December 2015) by the Port of London Authority (PLA).

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Thames set for major growth and improvement over the next two decades
13.09.2016

The Port of London is set to become the first UK port to recognise ship owners committed to progressively improving their environmental performance, as part of a wider approach to reduce the port’s environmental impact.

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Thames ship discount for environmental high performers

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