Gammon Infrastructure has been awarded a contract to build and operate a new coal terminal at the port of Mormugao in India. Operations will be centred on berth 11, as part of a BOT (build, own, transfer) contract, which will last for 30 years. The facility will handle both imported and exported coal, with the port authority having agreed to a 33.66% revenue share. The $55 million terminal will be able to handle 2.33 million tonnes annually.