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15
Feb 2019

The Dutch oil trading company says it has developed a ‘premium’ VLSFO with a maximum 0.50% sulphur content for IMO 2020 compliance and delivered the fuel to a major container shipping line in the Port of Rotterdam last week.

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15
Feb 2019

Total throughput at the key hub port in 2018 was 469 million tonnes, up by 1.6 million tonnes from 2017 which was itself a record year.

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14
Feb 2019

Some 2.34 million metric tonnes of marine fuel were supplied at the Canary Islands port during 2018.

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13
Feb 2019

Currently under construction for the Icelandic Road and Coastal Administration, the vessel will feature a large battery pack (3,000k Wh) and is designed to operate in a fully electric mode for most of time, with onshore charging at harbour locations.

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13
Feb 2019

Formerly of A.P. Moller-Maersk group and Monjasa, Kenneth Henriks has been appointed CFO at the group’s London office.

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13
Feb 2019

Delft-based We4Sea has announced that it has secured new funding which it will use to ‘accelerate the development and roll out of its platform for monitoring seagoing ships’ fuel consumption and emissions’.

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13
Feb 2019

Groningen Seaports has announced that the LNG-fuelled dredger Ecodelta will be operating in the Eemshaven over the next two weeks.

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12
Feb 2019

The gas infrastructure company consisting of N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie (Gasunie), Oiltanking GmbH and Vopak LNG Holding B.V, says an unnamed global LNG player has committed for a ‘substantial part’ of the proposed terminal’s capacity.

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11
Feb 2019

MAN Energy Solutions has won an order from Grimaldi to supply 18 main engines for nine Ro-Ro vessels that will be operating in the Mediterranean Sea.

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11
Feb 2019

The Lithuanian LNG terminal operator says a new offshore gas receiving terminal and a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) in the Russian province will pose no threat to the company’s small-scale activities in the region.

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