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07
Dec 2018

Some 2.30 million cubic metres (cbm) of marine fuel were sold at the European bunker hub during Q3 2018, compared with 2.50 million cbm in the same period in 2017.

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07
Dec 2018

The 7,500 cbm Kairos is to be taken on a long-term charter by Nauticor.

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07
Dec 2018

Eni Norge and Simon Møkster Shipping have reached an agreement to install an energy storage system and shore power connection onboard the offshore supply vessel (OSV) Stril Barents.

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05
Dec 2018

Alianza Mar Blava, Transport & Environment, Ecologistas en Acción of Catalonia and Plataforma por la Calidad del Aire have congratulated the Barcelona City Council for subscribing to the initiative in favour of the creation of an emission control area (ECA) in the Mediterranean Sea (Med-ECA) to limit air pollution produced by ships.

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05
Dec 2018

The Spanish port has hosted a conference on the use of LNG where it presented its project to convert a diesel switching engine to run on natural gas.

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05
Dec 2018

The Scottish Highlands Port of Cromarty Firth says a new quayside expansion, which will accommodate some of the world’s largest cruise ships, will likely feature bunkering infrastructure.

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05
Dec 2018

Multi Maritime’s hydrogen vessel design for Fjord1, including the MAN Cryo-Hydrogen Fuel Gas System, is said to be the first marine system design to secure such an approval.

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04
Dec 2018

Whilst most of the world’s 118 LNG-powered vessels currently operate in the Baltic Sea, Dunkerque LNG’s Cécile Grégoire-David predicts that the majority of the world’s 128 LNG fuel-enabled newbuilds currently on order would call at European destinations.

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04
Dec 2018

The company has announced an agreement with the Port Authority of Santa Cruz de Tenerife to be the first concession-holder to operate the Canary Islands' and Mid Atlantic's newest cruise terminal.

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04
Dec 2018

‘Six of the licences are already for regular use in port LNG bunker operations to refuel LNG-powered cruise, cargo, tanker and container vessels,’ says the Port of Rotterdam’s Cees Boon. ‘Three licences will be for bunker vessels that will operate on the spot market.’

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