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15
Feb 2019

The LNG technology provider has received approval in principle (AiP) from ABS for its prismatic semi-pressurized (2 bar g) LNG fuel tank.

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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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15
Feb 2019

Residual fuel oil demand was 297,000 barrels per day (kb/d) in January, a decrease of 17.3% from December and 12.6% versus January 2018.

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15
Feb 2019

The Ministry of Transport is currently analysing public and sector input into a decision on whether New Zealand should sign up to the international treaty restricting air emissions from ships.

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15
Feb 2019

Interorient Marine Services Limited, a vessel operating company, was convicted and sentenced yesterday in the Western District of Louisiana, for maintaining false and incomplete records relating to the discharge of oil from the tank vessel Ridgebury Alexandra Z.

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14
Feb 2019

A robber attacked and stole fuel from a bulk carrier anchored at China’s Caofeidian Anchorage last weekend.

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14
Feb 2019

‘We’re very keen to play a role in the sector and hopefully we’ll expand,’ says Société Générale's Global Head of Shipping & Offshore, Paul Taylor. ‘LNG is a key area for us, not just as a fuel but across the chain. The bank is at the heart of the sector.'

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14
Feb 2019

The tanker company has agreed to purchase scrubbers for more than 50 vessels over the next two years but Chief Operating Officer and Director, Cameron Mackey, says the emission abatement technology is not a long-term strategy.

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14
Feb 2019

The Petrojam Review Commission is set to submit recommendations to the Jamaican government regarding the future of the Kingston refinery.

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