Subscribers' News Board

21
May

EUROPE: New role for Alfa Laval’s Anders Lindmark

Previously Head of Alfa Laval PureBallast, Lindmark has taken up the post of Business Unit President, Gas Systems.

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21
May

GLOBAL: MAN dual fuel propulsion package ordered for Baltic RoPax newbuild

China’s Jinling Shipyard in China has ordered four MAN 51/60DF engines in connection with the building of a 230-metre-long RoPax vessel for the German ferry operator, TT-Line.

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21
May

AFRICA: NCS establishes subsidiary in Nigeria

NCS West Africa Limited is an affiliate of Nautical Control Solutions, LP, the developer of the FUELTRAX fuel management solution, and is located in Victoria Island, Lagos and Onne, Port Harcourt. 

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21
May

EUROPE: Open season call begins at Wilhelmsen LNG terminal

The Uniper company, LNG Terminal Wilhelmshaven GmbH, has begun canvassing market interest in Germany’s first LNG import terminal.

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21
May

GLOBAL: World’s largest aluminium ship will run on LNG

Incat Tasmania has won a contract from ferry operator Buquebus to build the world’s largest aluminium ship, which will feature dual fuel engines.

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21
May

GLOBAL: Women making waves

Bunkerspot caught up with Kimberly Westmoreland, Director for Global Fuel Procurement at Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCCL), en route to her Maritime Week Americas panel discussion on fuel quality issues.

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21
May

EUROPE: Consortium to acquire Norled from DSD

A consortium of CapMan Infra and CBRE Caledon Capital Management have entered into an agreement to acquire the Norwegian ferry and express boat service provider.

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21
May

GLOBAL: BIMCO clarifies slow steaming ‘postponement’ at MEPC 74

‘It was never the intention that the MEPC working group should start detailed deliberations or shortlisting any of the proposed measures at these two weeks’ sessions,’ BIMCO’s Deputy Secretary General, Lars Robert Pedersen, tells Bunkerspot.

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20
May

GLOBAL: IMO to reconvene on 2020 later this year

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) plans to hold a seminar on the 0.50% sulphur regulation at its London headquarters in autumn to provide an opportunity for wider stakeholder engagement.

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20
May

EUROPE: Vessel emissions monitoring underway in London

An £80,000 network of air pollution monitors, funded by the Port of London Authority (PLA), is in place, ready to record the effect of emissions locally from cruise ships docking in the city’s Greenwich borough this summer.

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Bunker Prices - 21/05/2019

LOCATION

380

180

MGO

Buenos Aires

475

770

Busan

455

475

672

Durban

445

445

740

Fujairah

425

462

727

Gibraltar

432

457

660

Hong Kong

434

445

648

Houston

413

479

644

Istanbul

445

470

695

Las Palmas

433

458

655

Los Angeles

434

0

770

Malta (off)

423

442

655

Mumbai

484

496

750

New York

440

471

650

Panama Canal

440

479

640

Piraeus

431

455

660

Rotterdam

410

431

619

Santos

437

469

760

Shanghai

445

459

715

Singapore

428

464

648

St. Petersburg

376

464

626

Suez

415

419

690

Tokyo

452

464

785