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27
Mar 2017

Quality concerns of hybrid fuels expected to become even more pressing with the 0.50% sulphur limit in 2020, says IBIA.

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27
Mar 2017

Vessels will be able to use a variety of methods to achieve compliance, it notes.

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24
Mar 2017

A large container ship powered by 3% sulphur bunker fuel emits the same amount of sulphur oxide gases as 50 million diesel-burning cars, claims union report.

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23
Mar 2017

Companies have signed an MoU to explore the impact of autonomy for cargo ship navigation and cargo systems onboard container ships.

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23
Mar 2017

The organisation has worked with the ISO committee to provide answers to the key questions that might arise from a reading of the sixth edition of the marine fuels standard.

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23
Mar 2017

The Norwegian exhaust gas cleaning system manufacturer will supply Saga Cruises’ latest newbuilding with the option for a second vessel.

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22
Mar 2017

Industry specialist Nigel Draffin highlights the principal changes in the newly-published sixth edition of the marine fuels standard, including some amendments to the earlier draft standard which was circulated for comment in early 2016.

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22
Mar 2017

‘The general requirements and scope in the sixth edition reflect the evolving composition of fuels. It now allows for fuels to contain not only “petroleum” hydrocarbons but also hydrocarbons from co-processing of renewable feedstock with petroleum feedstock and hydrocarbons from synthetic or renewable sources,’ Monique Vermeire, convenor at the ISO 8216/8217 working group, tells Bunkerspot.

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22
Mar 2017

In February 2017, the average confidence level expressed by respondents to the latest Shipping Confidence Survey from Moore Stephens was 5.6 out of 10, unchanged from the previous survey in November 2016 and equal to the highest rating since August 2015.

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22
Mar 2017

The marine coatings manufacturer has helped shipping firms to save $3 billion in fuel costs and 32 million mt of carbon dioxide since starting its marine coatings business 21 years ago, it claims.

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