• EUROPE: T&E: Publishing emissions data will drive CO2 emissions cuts

    EUROPE: T&E: Publishing emissions data will drive CO2 emissions cuts

    Publishing data about the emissions of all ships calling at EU ports, as proposed by the European Commission, will incentivise shipping companies to cut their CO2 output while also better informing regulations to reduce emissions, says NGO Transport & Environment (T&E).

  • GLOBAL: Port of Antwerp to get LNG bunkering pontoon

    GLOBAL: Port of Antwerp to get LNG bunkering pontoon

    Fluxys and Titan LNG have joined forces to build the FlexFueler 002 bunkering pontoon to make LNG more widely available as a marine fuel in the Belgian port and wider region.

  • EUROPE: ICS looking beyond sulphur emissions

    EUROPE: ICS looking beyond sulphur emissions

    ‘The 2020 global sulphur cap will be the regulatory game changer of the decade with profound implications for the economics of shipping,’ says Chairman of the International Chamber of Shipping, Esben Poulsson. ‘But there are even more profound changes to come.’

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19
Feb

AMERICAS: Wärtsilä’s EnergoProFin listed in Vancouver eco action plan

The company’s energy-saving propeller cap has been included in the 2019 Vancouver Fraser Port Authority’s EcoAction Program which offers harbour dues discounts for vessels calling at the Port of Vancouver that meet environmental best practices.

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19
Feb

ASIA PACIFIC: New member for Australian-based LNG group

Connect LNG has joined the LNG Marine Fuel Institute (LNG MFI).

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19
Feb

AMERICAS: Sentinel Midstream unveils plans for Texas crude oil export facility

Texas GulfLink will include an onshore terminal with up to 10 million barrels of storage and will be able to fully load VLCCs.

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19
Feb

GLOBAL: Naming of diesel-electric dry cargo vessel

Sendo Shipping’s Sendo Liner is said to achieve a reduction in CO2 of 40% per container transported.

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19
Feb

GLOBAL: Gas4Sea and Equinor ink LNG bunkering agreement

Marine LNG Zeebrugge, a joint venture of the Gas4Sea partners - ENGIE, Mitsubishi Corporation and NYK - has signed an agreement with the Norwegian multinational energy group Equinor to supply their four crude shuttle tankers with marine LNG in the Port of Rotterdam.

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19
Feb

ASIA PACIFIC: Hainan Strait Shipping reaps benefits of lubes switch

Shell Marine has reported that its recommendations on medium-speed engine oils selection have helped Chinese RoRo operator Hainan Strait Shipping save around $123,000 a year.

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18
Feb

GLOBAL: Consistent implementation of IMO 2020 is imperative, says IMO Secretary General

In his opening address today at the sixth session of the Sub-Committee on Pollution Prevention and Response, Kitack Lim stressed that: ‘The importance of concluding the work on this matter cannot be overstated since these are the final and comprehensive Guidelines - consistent implementation to all ships will ensure a level playing field is maintained.’

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18
Feb

EUROPE: Brief stand-off in Gibraltar territorial waters

The Royal Navy is reported to have despatched vessels to shadow a Spanish Navy vessel after it ordered two commercial ships to leave ‘Spanish waters’, even though they were said to be in UK waters at an anchorage off the east side of the Rock of Gibraltar.

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18
Feb

GLOBAL: MAN Energy Solutions launches new TCT turbocharger series for conventional and dual-fuelled engines

MAN Energy Solutions has unveiled its new TCT turbocharger series – specifically optimised for IMO Tier III operation, and suitable for both conventional and dual-fuelled, two- and four-stroke engines.

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18
Feb

EUROPE: Dutch firm gains class approval for scrubber technology

As Value Maritime announces receipt of the International Air Pollution Prevention (IAPP) certificate from Lloyd’s Register, it also highlights the risk to health from ultra-fine particulate matter emitted by vessels burning marine gasoil

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Bunker Prices - 19/02/2019

LOCATION

380

180

MGO

Buenos Aires

450

775

Busan

469

489

672

Durban

411

433

757

Fujairah

426

474

735

Gibraltar

439

459

642

Hong Kong

436

446

602

Houston

423

490

622

Istanbul

435

455

650

Las Palmas

433

451

635

Los Angeles

447

473

617

Malta (off)

431

453

632

Mumbai

463

468

673

New York

439

465

630

Panama Canal

437

477

648

Piraeus

431

452

637

Rotterdam

408

427

584

Santos

424

456

709

Shanghai

451

459

742

Singapore

436

462

622

St. Petersburg

378

462

582

Suez

416

436

675

Tokyo

461

471

712

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