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07
Dec 2017

The Taino, Crowley Maritime Corp’s second Commitment Class ship, was launched at the VT Halter Marine yard earlier this week.

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07
Dec 2017

The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles are soliciting proposals for new technology to reduce at-berth emissions for non-container vessels, such as tankers, vehicle carriers, bulk and general cargo ships.

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05
Dec 2017

A US district court has ruled that O.W. USA and its liquidating trustee have no ‘contractual right’ to demand that Norwegian Cruise Line arbitrates a claim in London, and, in decision which supports the claims of physical suppliers, the judge finds that the terms and conditions of physical suppliers should be upheld if they were in incorporated in OW Bunker’s own T&Cs.

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05
Dec 2017

The company is now undertaking bunker deliveries offshore Trinidad and Tobago.

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01
Dec 2017

In the first of the OW Bunker cases to be heard on appeal in the United States – the M/V Deep Blue – the court upholds an earlier district court decision and finds in favour of ING Bank.

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28
Nov 2017

The Finnish technology group will provide the LNG cargo storage handling system and a number of other products for the articulated tug barge which will go on long term charter with Shell.

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27
Nov 2017

The agency is monitoring an articulated tug carrying 3.5 million litres of diesel oil which is adrift north of Vancouver Island and has also been involved in the surveillance of a bulker carrier which lost power south of Cape St Mary’s, Newfoundland.

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22
Nov 2017

Some 2.82 million barrels of marine fuel were sold during September, an increase of 380,000 barrels compared with August.

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21
Nov 2017

The well-known bunker industry figure died in New York on Friday, 17 November, after a battle with cancer.

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17
Nov 2017

The company, in conjunction with the Dennis & Phyllis Washington Foundation, has announced a $1 million investment to the University of Victoria (UVic) to support innovative teaching and research for cleaner and more environmentally friendly transportation solutions.

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