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16
Nov 2018

John Ghio has been promoted to the role of Marine Officer at the Mediterranean port.

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15
Nov 2018

Coordinated by Enagás, the ‘LNGHIVE2: Infrastructure and Logistics Solutions’ project aims to boost the use of LNG as a fuel for maritime and rail transport.

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15
Nov 2018

‘We need to avoid wasting lots of time and money on solutions that can’t deliver shipping decarbonisation,’ says Faig Abbasvov, shipping officer at Transport & Environment (T&E).

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15
Nov 2018

The Finnish company will deliver 10 scrubber systems next year to Marmaras Navigation and Delta Tankers, controlled by Diamantis Diamantidis.

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14
Nov 2018

The Oslo-based company says that the scrubber agreement also includes options for a further 50 vessels.

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14
Nov 2018

The company has taken on the 3,400 metric tonne (mt)-capacity barge, Inventory, and will start bunker operations at the Belgian port on 1 January, 2019, Commercial Manager, Michael de Boeck, tells Bunkerspot.

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14
Nov 2018

The Viggi and Haaga, which use LNG for their main and auxiliary engines and boilers, will operate in the Baltic Sea region.

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14
Nov 2018

The physical supplier, a subsidiary of Oil NRG, can now deliver at ports in and around the Thames, and along the south east, southwest, and northwest coasts in the UK.

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13
Nov 2018

The 44,180kW Spartacus, also said to be the world’s largest CSD, was constructed by Royal IHC for DEME.

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07
Nov 2018

The Italian refiner is reportedly investing in infrastructure that will allow ships to dock outside its Sarroch refinery in Sardinia to directly load very-low-sulphur marine fuel oil (VLSFO).

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