• GLOBAL: Waiting for the ‘fog of IMO 2020 uncertainty’ to clear

    GLOBAL: Waiting for the ‘fog of IMO 2020 uncertainty’ to clear

    BIMCO’s Chief Shipping Analyst Peter Sand reports that the spread between high and low sulphur fuel, which widened towards record-breaking territory around the implementation deadline of IMO2020, has now ‘started to narrow slightly’.

  • AMERICAS: US Coast Guard outlines approach on IMO 2020 compliance checks

    AMERICAS: US Coast Guard outlines approach on IMO 2020 compliance checks

    Proven failure to comply with in-force sulphur regulations could result in vessel detention or the imposition of civil penalties; the US Coast Guard may also refer such cases to the Environmental Protection Agency for administrative enforcement or to the US Department of Justice for criminal prosecution.

  • EUROPE: Port of Antwerp builds LNG bunkering profile

    EUROPE: Port of Antwerp builds LNG bunkering profile

    Cryostar and KC LNG have been awarded a contract to build an LNG ship and truck fuelling facility which will allow Fluxys, G&V, Titan LNG and Rolande to substantially expand the LNG supply options at quay 526/528 in the Port of Antwerp.

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24
Jan

ASIA PACIFIC: Petrochina tops the list of Singapore bunker suppliers

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore’s newly-released list of bunker suppliers by volumes sold in 2019 shows a rejigging of position in the top three places, a strong showing by Glencore and Palmstone Tankers & Trading and a significant fall in the rankings by ExxonMobil and, not surprisingly, the financially troubled Brightoil Petroleum.

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24
Jan

GLOBAL: Carnival’s LNG-fuelled cruise ship Mardi Gras floated out at Meyer Turku shipyard

The 180,000 GT Mardi Gras – which will be North America’s first LNG-fuelled cruise ship and the largest in the Carnival fleet – was floated out at Meyer Turku’s Finnish shipyard today (24 January).

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24
Jan

EUROPE: Clariant Refinery Services opens UK crude and fuel oil analysis lab; is ready to meet IMO 2020 fuel challenges

The Houston-headquartered additives specialist has opened a new analysis and fuel performance facility in Bradford.

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24
Jan

EUROPE: Gasum’s Coralius marks 200th STS LNG bunker delivery

Fjord Line’s Stavangerfjord was refuelled during scheduled maintenance at the Fayard yard in Odense, Denmark.

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24
Jan

AMERICAS: BC Ferries’ new hybrid electric ships moving to Point Hope Maritime

BC Ferries has announced that its new hybrid electric Island Class ships are scheduled to move to Point Hope Maritime’s facilities in Victoria today (24 January).

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24
Jan

GLOBAL: Decarbonisation: the bulk carrier and the fossil fuel conundrum

Billions of dollars are being invested in technology to deliver the marine energy transition, but ‘is it worth spending a cent’ when the new fleet of carbon-neutral ships will still be employed carrying coal and oil, asks Shipping Strategy’s MD, Mark Williams

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24
Jan

ASIA PACIFIC: MPA implements temperature screening as a coronavirus precaution

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) ) has implemented temperature screening for ships’ crews and travellers as part of the government’s response to the coronavirus infection.

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24
Jan

GLOBAL: Alfa Laval signs up to the ‘Getting to Zero Coalition’

‘Just as marine business spans the world, we must partner across the industry to tackle the global problem of greenhouse gas emissions,’ says Sameer Kalra, President of Alfa Laval’s Marine Division.

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24
Jan

EUROPE: Fjord1 converting three ferries to hybrid electric power

Fjord1 will be working with Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) to convert three of its car ferries to hybrid electric power.

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Bunker Prices - 24/01/2020

LOCATION

380

MGO

VLSFO

Buenos Aires

760

650

Busan

437

657

640

Durban

767

735

Fujairah

311

700

630

Gibraltar

350

590

565

Hong Kong

400

608

625

Houston

342

600

552

Istanbul

675

685

Las Palmas

350

585

555

Los Angeles

455

665

655

Malta (off)

345

587

570

Mumbai

368

778

New York

340

592

580

Panama Canal

360

635

615

Piraeus

331

623

619

Rotterdam

310

525

505

Santos

602

711

602

Shanghai

439

672

675

Singapore

366

626

623

St. Petersburg

185

534

445

Suez

373

675

Tokyo

364

777

700