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14
Jun 2019

A long-standing International Bunker Industry Association executive, Neo will leave his role at the end of July and the process to recruit his successor has begun.

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13
Jun 2019

Malaysia’s Sarawak state government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Chinese companies Sinopec and Beijing BECA to conduct a feasibility study for a proposed oil refinery in Pulau Sari, Lawas.

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13
Jun 2019

Speaking at a seminar this morning, Quah Ley Hoon, the Chief Executive of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), addressed industry concerns over IMO 2020 implementation.

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13
Jun 2019

Some 4.01 million metric tonnes (mt) of marine fuel were sold at the Port of Singapore in May – 270,000 mt down on the 4.28 million mt sold during the same month in 2018.

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13
Jun 2019

ExxonMobil has completed an expansion programme at its Singapore refinery which will upgrade its production of EHC Group II base stocks for lubricants.

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12
Jun 2019

Shell Marine has reported that the shipowner PT Indo Container Line (ICON Line) has seen ‘clear evidence’ of cost savings that can be made from using the Shell Gadinia medium-speed engine oil.

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12
Jun 2019

The financially troubled bunker supplier Brightoil Petroleum Holdings yesterday (11 June) issued an update regarding the sale of its arrested tankers and the legal proceedings initiated by its creditors.

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10
Jun 2019

China’s first seagoing LNG bunkering vessel, which is being constructed by Dalian Shipbuilding for an ENN Energy Holdings affiliate, will feature a range of Wärtsilä systems.

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10
Jun 2019

Marubeni Corporation (Marubeni) has signed an agreement with Sinopec Fuel Oil, the company responsible for the supply of marine fuel oil produced by China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec), for business cooperation in the bunker sector.

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05
Jun 2019

The Chinese oil and gas company, which is also aiming to produce 15 million tonnes of low sulphur fuel oil (LSFO) by 2023, has earmarked ten refineries for production of the IMO 2020-compliant marine fuel.

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