• 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.

  • 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.

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21
Jan

AMERICAS: Energir hits LNG ‘century’

The Québec-based company’s subsidiary, Gaz Métro Transport Solutions, marked its 100th LNG bunker delivery on 3 January.

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21
Jan

GLOBAL: Kitack Lim commends ‘relatively smooth’ IMO 2020 transition

Prices for compliant fuel look to be stabilising after initial volatility and, as of 20 January, only 10 cases of compliant fuel non-availability had been reported in the International Maritime Organization’s Global Integrated Shipping Information System (GISIS).

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21
Jan

EUROPE: Norwegian autonomous ship project receives NOK 200 million in EU funding

Kongsberg will install and test autonomous technology on two vessels in different operational environments as part of AUTOSHIP, a four-year EU Horizon 2020 project.

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21
Jan

GLOBAL: Tokyo and Paris MoUs: stipulations of IMO 2020 and fuel oil carriage ban will be applied ‘without exception’

The Tokyo and Paris Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) on Port State Control (PSC) undertook an information campaign among owners and operators ahead of the implementation of the 0.50% sulphur cap and ships’ crew awareness of the regulation was said to be ‘high’.

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21
Jan

ASIA PACIFIC: Karachi bans wash-water discharging from open loop scrubbers

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

ASIA PACIFIC: First VLSFO delivery at Port Klang

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

ASIA PACIFIC: Scrubber-equipped coal carrier Sunshine Pride delivered

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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21
Jan

EUROPE: Eesti Gaas reports LNG bunkering growth

Estonia-based Eesti Gaas has reported that it increased its LNG sales by more than 8% in 2019, and it expects to see further growth in its LNG bunkering business when it introduces a new supply vessel currently being built by Damen.

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21
Jan

AFRICA: Port of Mombasa commits to IMO 2020 enforcement

The director general of Kenya Maritime Authority has said that random inspections of all ships docking at the port will be undertaken to ensure compliance with the 0.50% global sulphur regulation.

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Bunker Prices - 21/01/2020

LOCATION

380

MGO

VLSFO

Buenos Aires

760

650

Busan

430

693

670

Durban

767

735

Fujairah

307

743

673

Gibraltar

355

617

594

Hong Kong

411

645

660

Houston

350

622

590

Istanbul

710

700

Las Palmas

355

617

594

Los Angeles

455

680

670

Malta (off)

350

607

587

Mumbai

368

778

New York

350

612

590

Panama Canal

345

637

630

Piraeus

338

655

630

Rotterdam

300

553

529

Santos

624

712

624

Shanghai

450

687

710

Singapore

365

653

650

St. Petersburg

200

570

485

Suez

385

695

Tokyo

380

747

695