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28
May 2024

Brittany Ferries, Wärtsilä and Incat have signed a partnership deal to explore design and technical requirements for a 137-metre-long zero-emissions craft.

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28
May 2024

Petrospot, the publisher of Bunkerspot and ship.energy, is looking for a skilled and self-motivated reporter to join our editorial team.

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28
May 2024

The British Ports Association (BPA) has announced the launch of a new maturity assessment tool.

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28
May 2024

Building on a first agreement signed in early 2020, Gasum will continue to supply LNG to Equinor’s dual-fuel chartered fleet of vessels using the Coralius, Kairos and Coral Energy bunker vessels.

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28
May 2024

AD Ports Group, container shipping line and terminal operator Transmar, and Orascom Construction, a global engineering and construction contractor, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the development of a green methanol storage and export facility in Egypt which will aim to supply low carbon bunker fuel.

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28
May 2024

High sulphur fuel oil (HSFO), very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO) and low sulphur marine gasoil (LSMGO) prices decreased week-on-week at the Port of Fujairah, according to Bunkerspot Price Index (BPi) data.

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28
May 2024

The Hamilton Oshawa Port Authority (HOPA Ports) has announced an agreement with an affiliate of Beowulf Electricity & Data Inc (Beowulf), the U.S. owner of a 1,800-acre site on the southern shore of Lake Ontario to create a bi-national, low-emission, short sea trade corridor.

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28
May 2024

For the first time, three cruise ships have connected to shore power simultaneously at the Port of Bergen.

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28
May 2024

MAN Cryo has been contracted by Torghatten Nord A/S, the Norwegian ferry company, to design the bunkering systems, hydrogen piping and vent masts for two newbuild Ro-Pax ferries.

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28
May 2024

Quadrise, the developer of MSAR emulsion fuel, and manufacturing and mining group OCP have agreed to work together on a paid-for commercial trial at OCP's Jorf Lasfar site in Morocco and will also begin discussions for the supply of MSAR fuel to OCP.

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