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Jul 2020

The company has time chartered an additional barge to support its operations in Houston, enabling it to service some 60 bunker deliveries and supply 40,000 metric tonnes of fuel on a monthly basis.

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14
Jul 2020

A New York district court has upheld a motion to dismiss a case brought by a creditor group, Aegean Litigation Trust, against former Aegean Marine directors over their part in allegedly defrauding the company of $300 million.

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14
Jul 2020

Maritime Research and Innovation UK (MarRI-UK) has announced that 11 projects have been awarded grants totalling £1.5 to develop their technologies further.

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14
Jul 2020

The Methanol Institute and the China Waterborne Transportation Research Institute (CWTRI are collaborating on a project to develop a roadmap for the use of methanol as a marine fuel in China.

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14
Jul 2020

Stakeholders from Europe’s waterborne transport sector, working within the Waterborne Technology Platform, have developed a Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) which has been published today (14 July) for open consultation.

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14
Jul 2020

The government of Canada has announced that it has joined the Global Ocean Alliance as part of it drive to protect the ‘marine environment and sustainable marine economies’.

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14
Jul 2020

The documentation provides consolidated information highlighting ‘the specific usage conditions for each and every approved cylinder oil’.

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14
Jul 2020

Korea Gas Corp. (KOGAS) has reportedly agreed to set up a joint venture with five other South Korean companies to develop the country’s LNG bunkering infrastructure.

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14
Jul 2020

As Dubai prepares to resume maritime operations in anchorage areas, the Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) is increasing the number of licensed bunker vessels to 12.

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14
Jul 2020

Wärtsilä will be supplying equipment including dual-fuel engines and emissions abatement systems for a wind farm main installation vessel (MIV) that will be built at the CSBC shipyard in Taiwan for CSBC-DEME Wind Engineering (CDWE).  

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