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28
Apr 2017

The Technical Reference (TR) 56 for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is expected to provide a ‘safe, efficient, sustainable and transparent’ technical framework for conducting LNG bunkering operations in Singapore.

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28
Apr 2017

'That LNG is made available in the world's largest bunkering port is a very significant step,' says State Secretary Dilek Ayhan of the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries.

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27
Apr 2017

Sentek Marine entered into a agreement with Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries & Construction on Wednesday.

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27
Apr 2017

The Managing Director (Marine & Technology), Keppel Offshore & Marine, Michael Chia, shares with Bunkerspot the features of the LNG-fuelled newbuilds.

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27
Apr 2017

The entire operation is carried out by the state-owned company using MPT's new barge loading terminal.

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26
Apr 2017

Between them, the Swiber Else-Marie, Swiber Anne-Christine and the Swiber Mary-Ann have in excess of $150,000 worth of bunker fuel and lubricating oil onboard.

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26
Apr 2017

The Singapore accredited bunker supplier is also building an LNG dual-fuelled bunker tanker that will start operations from 2019, General Manager tells Bunkerspot.

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26
Apr 2017

The company has already developed various solutions to meet different needs along the LNG value chain, Michael Chia, the Managing Director (Marine & Technology), Keppel Offshore & Marine, tells Bunkerspot.

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25
Apr 2017

The Indian port is contacting companies in the petroleum sector about the possibility of establishing tank farms on a 24 acre site at Puthuvypeen.

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25
Apr 2017

Local bunkering habits and upfront adoption costs causing bunkering firms to think twice, say staff from Singapore-based bunker trading firm Sing Fuels. 

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