Rotterdam Investigates Bio LNG, Which Compared to Regular LNG "Allows Users to Drastically Reduce CO2 Emission Levels"
Rotterdam is considering the use of bio LNG for use as transport fuel in the port.
Capital Ship Management Marks First MRV Accredited Vessel
M/T Alkiviadis was MRV accredited by LRQA on March 7, 2017.
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Canadian Provincial Government Throws Support Behind LNG Bunker Uptake
The British Columbia Government Wednesday announced new support for the use of LNG as marine fuel.
Promotion for George Makrakis at BMS United Bunkers
BMS United Bunkers today announced George Makrakis has been promoted to Marine Lubricants Manager and Senior Bunker Trader.
Makrakis joined the Group 12 years ago, having initially held the position of Bunker and Lubricant Tra
IBIA: MPA Efforts Over Singapore MFM System Integrity Are "Reassuring"
MFMs have been mandatory for MFO bunkering in the world's biggest bunkering hub since January 1, 2017.
EMSA Issues Call for Tenders for Oil Spill Recovery Vessels
EMSA has issued a call for tenders for stand-by oil spill recovery vessels in the Northern Baltic Sea.
Argentina's YPF Issues FSRU Tender for LNG Operation, Includes Bunkering Capability
YPF has issued a tender for a FSRU set to include a LNG transfer system for bunkering or small-scale arrangements.
Hamburg Süd Marks Joint Pilot Project to Reduce Sulfur Dioxide Emissions at Chilean Port
Hamburg Süd has launched a joint pilot project with Electrolux to reduce sulfur dioxide emissions at the Port of Iquique.
Port of Amsterdam Expects 25% CO2 Reduction Through Marine Biofuel Use
The Port of Amsterdam says vessels in its fleet will now run on fuel containing 30 percent biodiesel.
Mandatory MFM's Won't Change Singapore's Position as Top Bunker Port: Analyst
The use of a mass flow meter for MFO bunkering is now mandatory in Singapore.
Spanish Dockers Call Off Strike Action Once More
Spanish dock workers have called off the first two of nine scheduled strike dates set for this month.
Iraq set to Lead Massive OPEC Production Increase as Cartel's Secretary General says 'So Far, so Good' on Oil Deal
Iraq is reportedly adding 700,000 bpd to reach 5.4 million bpd in 2022
Saudi Arabia Continues to Slash Output, as Iran, Iraq, Angola and Other Players Mitigate Success of OPEC Cutback Initiative
A Forbes analyst suggests the Saudis have no other choice but to keep cutting in the future.
Marshall Islands Issues Low Sulfur MGO Fuel Testing Guidance
RMI has issued a Marine Safety Advisory, which provides guidance on the testing of LSMGO.
NABU Issues Another Call for EU Action on Shipping Pollution
NABU says the EU must take a lead role by designating all its waters as ECAs.
Construction Begins on World's First Battery-Powered Expedition Cruise Ship
The hybrid battery-powered MS Roald Amundsen is being built for Hurtigruten.
OPEC: Anything Less Than 100 Percent Compliance in Oil Cutback Deal Is Not Satisfactory
ABN Amro Bank says a failure to extend the OPEC oil deal could send crude back into the $30's.
Danish Maritime Conference to Focus on Scrubbers, Tightening Sulfur Regs
Danish Maritime and MARCOD are hosting the conference in Aalborg on April 25.
Saudis Lose South Korea Oil Market Share to Iran as Iraq Accelerates Its Own Export Plans
Preliminary customs data published by the Oilprice.com website show that Iran exported around 1.79 million tons of crude oil to South Korea in January
Oil Pollution Spotted After Tanker Runs Aground off Japan
Sagan grounded on an island in Kagoshima Prefecture on Saturday.
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