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18
Apr 2019

The Italian shipping company pleaded guilty to the deliberate concealment of vessel pollution from its M/T Cielo di Milano oil tanker, which visited ports in New Jersey multiple times, as well as ports in Maryland and Florida between August 2014 and January 2015. 

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18
Apr 2019

The partial agreement reached between the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union (EU) today (18 April) is a ‘key step’ in the inter-institutional decision-making process, says the Shipyard’s & Maritime Equipment Association (SEA Europe).

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18
Apr 2019

According to Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd. (WinGD), a few recent high-profile orders confirm that confidence in LNG as a marine fuel is growing to include a broader range of vessel types, beyond LNG carriers, such as chemical and crude oil tankers, asphalt carriers and container feeders.

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18
Apr 2019

The City of Helsinki is working with Wärtsilä and other partners to help realise its ‘vision of a smart, energy efficient, waterborne and carbon-neutral passenger transportation system’.

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18
Apr 2019

A total of 723,894 metric tonnes of marine fuel was sold in the first two months of the year – 20.1% down on the 905,444 mt that was sold during the same period in 2018.

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18
Apr 2019

With the implement of IMO 2020 now just months away, the UK Chamber of Shipping says that there are ‘four key areas’ that need to be addressed ahead of the deadline.

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18
Apr 2019

Oryx Energies has announced the recent acquisition of a majority stake in Algoa Bay-based South African Marine Fuels (SAMF).

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17
Apr 2019

In partnership with MAN Energy Solutions, Alfa Laval’s Fuel Conditioning Module (FCM) LPG has undergone tests with the first two-stroke, high-pressure marine engine to use LPG as fuel – and has also been evaluated for use with ammonia.

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17
Apr 2019

The three-month project to convert the Napoles to operate on LNG was said to be ‘possibly the most complex and demanding ever undertaken by the yard.’

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17
Apr 2019

The ships’ hybrid design is important for two main reasons; firstly to improve environmental stewardship and secondly to reduce operating costs by evolving to full electric propulsion,’ says  Paul Catsburg, director of the vessel replacement programme at BC Ferries.

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