• GLOBAL: Waiting for the ‘fog of IMO 2020 uncertainty’ to clear

    GLOBAL: Waiting for the ‘fog of IMO 2020 uncertainty’ to clear

    BIMCO’s Chief Shipping Analyst Peter Sand reports that the spread between high and low sulphur fuel, which widened towards record-breaking territory around the implementation deadline of IMO2020, has now ‘started to narrow slightly’.

  • EUROPE: Port of Antwerp builds LNG bunkering profile

    EUROPE: Port of Antwerp builds LNG bunkering profile

    Cryostar and KC LNG have been awarded a contract to build an LNG ship and truck fuelling facility which will allow Fluxys, G&V, Titan LNG and Rolande to substantially expand the LNG supply options at quay 526/528 in the Port of Antwerp.

  • AMERICAS: US Coast Guard outlines approach on IMO 2020 compliance checks

    AMERICAS: US Coast Guard outlines approach on IMO 2020 compliance checks

    Proven failure to comply with in-force sulphur regulations could result in vessel detention or the imposition of civil penalties; the US Coast Guard may also refer such cases to the Environmental Protection Agency for administrative enforcement or to the US Department of Justice for criminal prosecution.

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29
Jan

GLOBAL: WinGD develops flexible injection system

Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) has developed a flexible injection system which it says will help advance the take-up of low carbon liquid fuels.

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29
Jan

EUROPE: Enagas outlines plans for a ‘huge LNG hub’ in Spain

The operational integration of all LNG terminals in the Spanish gas system will create a ‘virtual LNG hub’ with a total storage capacity of 3.3 million cubic metres, while a radical new tariff methodology to be introduced in late 2020 will see LNG barge bunkering become much more competitive than truck to ship supply.

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29
Jan

EUROPE: New LNG bunkering vessels will facilitate East Med market breakthrough

Two new LNG bunker vessels to be constructed under the EU’s BlueHUBS programme, ‘will ensure a critical level of LNG supply to “unlock” demand in the East Mediterranean,’ says DEPA executive.

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29
Jan

GLOBAL: LNG offers a credible pathway to zero – but there will be other fuels

Branding LNG as a transitional marine fuel in shipping’s journey to decarbonisation should not be seen as a negative and the best that can be done today to move shipping towards zero carbon is to invest in LNG – this was the takeaway from many of the speakers and delegates at IQPC's Global LNG Bunkering Summit in Amsterdam today.

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29
Jan

GLOBAL: Launch of FUELBOSS LNG bunkering platform

DNV GL in partnership with Teqplay has developed a common industry platform for LNG bunker suppliers and shipowners which connects industry stakeholders in the planning and execution of LNG bunkering operations.

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29
Jan

GLOBAL: rise-x.io partners with Ascenz to ‘optimise’ bunker buying

rise-x.io has announced a new partnership with GTT group member Ascenz which will combine the Bunker Monitoring capabilities and services of Ascenz with rise-x.io’s QuayChain platform to automate the bunker buying process.

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29
Jan

GLOBAL: SEA\LNG and SGMF respond to Stand.earth’s LNG bunkering study

SEA\LNG and the Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF) have sent Bunkerspot a joint statement refuting the claim made in a recent study that using LNG could actually worsen the shipping industry’s climate impacts compared to marine gas oil (MGO).

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29
Jan

GLOBAL: ICS issues coronavirus guidance

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has issued guidance to its membership on steps that it believes will help limit the spread of the novel Corona Virus (2019-nCov). T

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29
Jan

EUROPE: Wärtsilä to supply world’s first hybrid powered self-discharging bulk carriers

Wärtsilä will be providing the system design and full equipment scope for two new hybrid-powered 9,300 deadweight tonne (DWT) self-discharging bulk carriers.

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Bunker Prices - 29/01/2020

LOCATION

380

MGO

VLSFO

Buenos Aires

760

640

Busan

405

612

590

Durban

767

728

Fujairah

300

680

577

Gibraltar

355

565

525

Hong Kong

385

577

588

Houston

350

568

525

Istanbul

640

645

Las Palmas

350

565

525

Los Angeles

440

645

640

Malta (off)

350

557

535

Mumbai

368

773

New York

336

547

540

Panama Canal

340

600

570

Piraeus

324

587

578

Rotterdam

293

506

485

Santos

574

680

574

Shanghai

412

646

637

Singapore

343

590

588

St. Petersburg

200

520

440

Suez

384

640

Tokyo

364

797

700

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