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19
Sep 2018

The proposed dual-fuel ethane/fuel oil main propulsion system with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) meets the IMO NOx Tier III requirements.

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17
Sep 2018

The LNG bunker barge, with 7,500 cubic meters of LNG capacity, will be owned and operated by FueLNG Pte Ltd, a joint venture between Shell and Keppel Offshore & Marine.

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17
Sep 2018

The delivery of Maju Loyalty follows the completion of South East Asia and Singapore's first LNG-powered tug, KST Liberty, in May 2018.

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13
Sep 2018

Some 3.96 million metric tonnes (mt) of marine fuel were sold at the global bunker hub last month – 400,700 mt fewer than the 4.36 million mt recorded in August 2017.

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11
Sep 2018

Two masked armed men clad in dark clothing armed with M16 machine guns boarded the Dwijaya fishing trawler and abducted two Indonesian fishermen off Semporna waters, off Sabah.

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10
Sep 2018

The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency is reported to have detained a fishing vessel, Fuyuanyu 677, and a bunker tanker, Sentek 33, whilst undertaking a ship-to-ship bunker fuel transfer in Malaysian waters.

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05
Sep 2018

The committee, which is engaged in an ongoing review of Brightoil Petroleum’s financial position, says that current cost estimates to cover the completion of the work are ‘staggering’ and it expresses fears that future costs could spiral out of control.

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05
Sep 2018

The South Korean refinery is to expand its marine blending operations ahead of the 0.50% global sulphur cap.

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04
Sep 2018

Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) has published 13 standardised state-of-the-art ship designs suitable for large barge haulage on National Waterway-1.

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04
Sep 2018

‘When you start seeing $2-$3 difference between one supplier and another, if you are a buyer, you should really ask yourself why,’ Fratelli Cosulich CEO, Timothy Cosulich, tells Bunkerspot. ‘The answer, in most cases, is that the cheaper supplier is probably trying to do something else.’

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