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18
May 2018

New South Wales (NSW) Ports is to provide environmentally-friendly ships with a discount on vessel-related charges levied by NSW Ports at Port Botany and Port Kembla.

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18
May 2018

With a fuel capacity of 1,000 tonnes, the vessel has been designed to supply bunkers at sea to the Indian Navy’s flagship aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya.

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18
May 2018

The South Korean government has confirmed its plan to revitalise the country’s LNG-related shipbuilding industry.

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16
May 2018

In view of the 2020 global sulphur cap, refiners and bunker suppliers must ensure that compliant and suitable fuels are made widely available well in advance of the implementation date, so that ships can bunker the new low sulphur fuel, says the Asia Shipowners Association (ASA).

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14
May 2018

A total of 4.23 million metric tonnes (mt) of marine fuel were sold at the Port of Singapore in April, compared to 4.25 million mt for the same period in 2017.

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11
May 2018

All existing bunker tankers licensed by the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) to deliver distillates can apply for co-funding of up to S$60,000 ($45,300), except for those that have already received co-funding support from MPA when the mass flow meter (MFM) regulation for Marine Fuel Oil was implemented.

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10
May 2018

“K” Line, Chubu Electric Power, Toyota Tsusho and NYK Line have agreed to launch an LNG bunkering business in Japan and have established two joint ventures (JV).

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09
May 2018

The global trader and broker in marine fuels, marine lubricants and risk management products has announced the appointment of Zoe Tang.

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07
May 2018
One piracy attack and two armed robberies against ships were reported in Asia last month; the total number of incidents reported during January-April 2018 was the lowest in this time period for the past 10 years.
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04
May 2018

The Singapore Police Coast Guard has arrested 15 men in connection with the misappropriation of an estimated 1,000 litres of marine gas oil (MGO).

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