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12
Dec 2017

The purpose-built vessels, which will replace the Spirit of Tasmania I and Spirit of Tasmania II by 2021, are designed to run on LNG as well as conventional fuel.

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12
Dec 2017

Brittany Ferries is the recipient of the first ship financing supported by the European Investment Bank under its €750 million Green Shipping Guarantee programme.

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12
Dec 2017

The OOS Zeelandia, which has storage tanks for LNG and marine diesel oil (MDO), will be the largest Semi-Submersible Crane Vessel (SSCV) in the world.

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12
Dec 2017

The Grain LNG import terminal on the Isle of Grain in the UK is looking to develop an LNG break bulk marine facility to enable small vessels to reload and bunker LNG.

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12
Dec 2017

PT2SB, a joint venture between Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS), Dialog Group Berhad (Dialog), the state of Johor (SSI) and Royal Vopak, confirms the financial facilities will be used to finance its industrial terminal in Pengerang, State of Johor, Malaysia.

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11
Dec 2017

The opening of Prax Bunker Netherlands follows on from the establishment of Prax Bunker Belgium earlier in 2017.

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11
Dec 2017
The International Bunker Industry Association is looking for candidates to commence a three-year term in April 2018.
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11
Dec 2017

The five vessels will operate between De Kempen intermodal terminal in South Netherland and the Belgian port.

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11
Dec 2017

The Japanese technology company has announced it will begin using the Neural Network Console provided by Sony Network Communications Inc., as part of a strategy to incorporate Artificial Intelligence (AI) into various ongoing ship-related technology projects.

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11
Dec 2017

An Indian court is reported to have placed a ban on supplies from previous sole fuel supplier, Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd, following an ongoing payment dispute.

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