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23
Jul 2021

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has announced that a new volumetric fee will be imposed on LNG cargo operations in order to ‘support LNG bunkering and breakbulk activities at the port’.

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23
Jul 2021

Wärtsilä will supply the steerable and tunnel thrusters for two new wind farm turbine installation vessels being built for the Chinese state-owned power company China Three Gorges Corporation (CTGC).

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22
Jul 2021

The largest ever cruise ship to be built in China will feature RINA additional class notations, ‘Green Plus’ and ‘HVSC’ (High Voltage Shore Connection).

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22
Jul 2021

Wärtsilä will be providing engine generating sets running on a hydrogen and natural gas blend for Keppel Offshore & Marine’s ‘Floating Living Lab’ (FLL) offshore floating testbed and LNG bunkering facility in Singapore.

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21
Jul 2021

DBS, TFG Marine, Ocean Network Express, Ascenz and the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore have taken part in Singapore’s first live bunker delivery financing pilot using a digital bunker delivery note.

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20
Jul 2021

ClassNK has granted its first ‘Provider Certification’ Innovation Endorsement to Tsuneishi Facilities and Craft (TFC) for its initiatives focused on decarbonisation and Environmental, Social and Government (ESG) issues.  

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20
Jul 2021

JFE Steel Corp. has signed charters with NYK Line, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) three 210,000-ton LNG-fuelled bulk carriers which will be used to transport iron ore and coal from overseas to the company’s steelworks in Japan.

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19
Jul 2021

Viva Energy has welcomed the Australian Federal Government’s announcement that it has secured grant funding to build another 90 million litres of diesel storage at its Geelong Refinery.

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19
Jul 2021

Japan Engine (J-ENG) will be providing one of its 6UEC35LSJ MGO mono-fuel engines for a 17,500 DWT coastal vessel that will be built by Onomichi Dockyard and owned by MOL Drybulk Ltd.

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19
Jul 2021

The Ship Carbon Recycling Working Group (WG) of Japan's Carbon Capture & Reuse Study Group has pronounced that the carbon recycled methane produced by methanation technology can be recognised as a ‘zero emission ship fuel’.

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