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20
Oct 2017

The 26,000 DWT Haaga will start operating on the Baltic Sea during the first half of 2018.

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20
Oct 2017
The sale, to Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, is said to be in line with Odfjell’s strategy of focusing on assets where it has managerial control and investing in growth opportunities in its core markets, such as Houston and Rotterdam.
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20
Oct 2017
In one case, Viswa Lab detected 56 ppm of organic chlorides and the entire onboard machinery, including fuel pumps and cylinders, suffered serious damage and required expensive replacement.
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16
Oct 2017

‘…many options and related uncertainties make it difficult for shipping lines to make decisions to deal with this low sulphur issue,’ Hyundai Merchant Marine president and CEO, C. K. Yoo says.

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13
Oct 2017

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) registered 4.34 million metric tonnes (mt) of marine fuel sales in September compared with 4.37 million mt in August.

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11
Oct 2017

The company - the forty-fifth largest supplier by volume in 2016 - decided against renewing its supply licence, which expired last month.

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11
Oct 2017

The 50% concession for MARPOL compliant double-hulled (MCDH) will be withdrawn on 1 January 2018, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) says.

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10
Oct 2017

A working group between India and Sri Lanka is holding discussions on the formation of a joint venture to bring the currently unused tanks at the storage facility back into operation.

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09
Oct 2017

After coming under growing pressure from industry stakeholders, the GST Council changes its position on recent export tax hikes, and gives the go-ahead for the goods and services tax on bunker fuel for coastal and foreign oceangoing vessels to be cut from 18% to 5%.

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06
Oct 2017

After the Korean Trade Commission also ruled that a competing product infringed the fuel additive firm’s patent and imposed a heavy fine, Infineum says it has now filed a claim for monetary damages at the Seoul Central District Court.

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