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20
Sep 2018

GoodFuels Marine and Blockchain Labs for Open Collaboration (BLOC) partnered on the delivery of biofuels to a Samskip vessel to complete the world’s first physical supply and transaction using blockchain technology.

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20
Sep 2018

The Netherlands-based naval architect is seeking to strengthen its commitment to research the use of ammonia as a renewable fuel for the maritime industry.

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20
Sep 2018

‘While the shipping operators may say that the new BAFs are needed to cover the cost of switching to low sulphur fuels or fitting exhaust scrubbers, rises of this magnitude are unjustified and could be construed as blatant profiteering by shipping lines determined to exploit the situation,’ says Robert Keen, BIFA Director General.

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19
Sep 2018

The 45-metre ship, which will be used by the Estonian Police and Border Guard Service, mainly for use in combatting pollution threats, is equipped with Editron hybrid electric drivetrain systems.

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18
Sep 2018

‘If not before the end of the year, then in very early 2019 we will be ready to physically supply LNG bunkers by barge to ship,’ says John Ghio, Deputy Captain of the Port (Acting).

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18
Sep 2018

The inaugural Portugal Shipping Week was launched by Portugal's Minister of the Sea, Ana Paula Vitorino, at a reception last night which set the scene for a week of high-level discussions and conferences which will focus on Portugal's role within the international port and shipping community.

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17
Sep 2018

‘According to the media, CMP/Copenhagen appears to have rejected an offer to receive a shore power facility for free, which is incorrect,’ says the Scandinavian port.

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14
Sep 2018

‘With a capacity of almost 400 cbm, this plant will supply ships with a variety of bunker manifolds in the Port of Valencia,’ Molgas Energía tells Bunkerspot.

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13
Sep 2018

The port, France’s third largest port on Mediterranean, is looking to develop a new deep sea port which would be constructed and operated on a public-private partnership basis.

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13
Sep 2018

The company has signed a contract with Danish company ME Production for the supply of hybrid scrubbers for 12 freight ferries operating on routes in the Mediterranean between Turkey, Italy, Greece and France.

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