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21
Jan 2020

Northport (Malaysia) Bhd is the first facility to receive IMO 2020-compliant 0.50% sulphur bunker fuel at the Malaysian port.

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21
Jan 2020

Karachi has joined the list of ports imposing a ban on the discharge of wash-water from open-loop scrubbers, according to information sent to Standard Club by one of its members.

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21
Jan 2020

Sunshine Pride, a scrubber-equipped coal carrier that NYK will be operating for Joban Joint Power Co., was delivered at Tsuneishi Shipbuilding today (21 January).

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20
Jan 2020

Informed local industry sources have told Bunkerspot that the much-anticipated resumption of bunkering operations at the Sri Lankan port of Hambantota is now scheduled for an official launch in the second half of March.

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17
Jan 2020

China’s Maritime Safety Administration (MSA) has published guidelines on how compliance with the IMO 2020 regulations will be checked and enforced in Chinese ports. 

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16
Jan 2020

India’s largest refiner has stated its ambition to produce over 1 million metric tonnes of IMO 2020-compliant very low sulphur marine fuel in 2020.

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16
Jan 2020

China’s Zhejiang Wuxing Logistics and Shanghai Zhixian Transportation Shipping have teamed up to invest in heavylift ships that can be powered by conventional marine fuel and LNG.

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15
Jan 2020

The Singapore-headquartered bunker supplier is ranked as one of the top 100 fastest growing companies in the republic in a new listing organised by The Straits Times and research firm Statista.

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15
Jan 2020

Information posted on the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) website indicates that 29 of Singapore’s 45 licensed bunker suppliers have 0.50% sulphur fuel oil ‘available now’ and all but two have IMO 2020-compliant marine gasoil (MGO) – and yet there are still reports in the media that some shipowners are struggling because of a ‘lack of low sulphur fuel’.

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15
Jan 2020

The number of actual incidents reported to the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia’s (ReCAAP) Information Sharing Centre in 2019 rose 15% year-on-year.

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