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Rotterdam: Dramatic Rise in Sale of Low-Sulphur Bunker Oil

Port of Rotterdam

Europe's largest bunker port has seen a major rise in the sale of the new very low sulphur fuel bunker oil.

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Iceland Bans Use of HFO in Its Waters

Iceland cruise ship

Iceland is pushing forward with its efforts to curb sulphur emissions in its waters.

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Essar Shipping to Install Scrubbers on Four Ships

Smiti VLCC

Essar Shipping is planning to install scrubbers on four out of its 12 owned vessels.

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Seafarers Fear Being Scapegoated for IMO 2020 Infringement

Seafarers increasingly alarmed by the prospect of being criminalized for infringement of 2020 sulphur cap.

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IUMI: IMO Sulphur Cap May Generate a Spike in H&M Claims

IUMI: There is a concern that the incoming IMO sulphur cap may generate a spike in H&M claims.

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IMO Symposium: Ammonia and Hydrogen Are Fuels of the Future

IMO

Ammonia and hydrogen are promising potential fuels of the future in a decarbonized shipping industry.

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Rosneft Starts Low-Sulphur Fuel Bunkering in Nakhodka

Bunkering

The sulphur content in RMLS 40 does not exceed 0.5%, fully complying with MARPOL requirements.

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MPC Container Ships, Ahrenkiel Join Trident Alliance

Containership

The companies committed to comply with the new IMO 2020 maritime sulphur regulations.

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Euronav Secures USD 100 Mn to Buy IMO-Compliant Fuel

Ultra large crude carrier Oceania

The company's ULCC Oceania is storing the purchased 420,000 metric tons of compliant fuel.

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Low-Sulphur Fuel to Cost 30% More Than the Current Fuel

Shipping

Bunker adjustment factors will soar in late 2019 and "will be very volatile in the first half of 2020."

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GCC Bunkers Inks Processing Deal for IMO 2020 Compliant Fuel

Bunkering

GCC Bunkers joined forces with Texas International Terminals to produce 0.5% sulfur bunker fuel oil.

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iContainers: Two Factors to Further Disrupt 2019 Peak Season

Containers

IMO 2020 sulphur cap, earlier than usual 2020 Chinese New Year would "further disrupt and unsettle supply chains."

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Indonesia to Implement Sulphur Cap on Schedule

Shipping

The rule would apply to all Indonesian-flagged vessels starting January 1, 2020, both for domestic and foreign shipping.

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Neste Unveils New IMO 2020-Compliant Marine Fuel

Shipping

The product will be available in Northwest Europe.

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New Study Confirms Scrubbers Would Aid Global CO2 Reduction

Scrubber study

The study takes into consideration energy needed to produce distillate fuels.

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Euronav Takes USD 100 Mn Loan to Prepare for IMO 2020

Finance

The loan was taken in order to help the company prepare for IMO's 2020 sulphur cap.

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Indonesia to Delay Sulphur Cap Implementation in Its Waters

Shipping

The decision was made amid abundant supplies of 3.5% sulphur content fuel at Indonesia's energy company.

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South Africa: Key Legislation Needed Ahead of Sulphur Cap

Shipping

A key instrument in the process is a yet non-existent but crucially important piece of legislation.

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Intercargo Raises Concerns Ahead of Sulphur Cap

Shipping

The magnitude of the sulphur cap challenge and the need for a smooth transition raising concerns.

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We4Sea: IMO Rule to Boost Fuel Costs by Up to 50 Pct

Shipping

In less than 200 days the IMO's sulphur cap would introduce a surge of up to 50% in fuel costs, We4Sea said.

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ICS to Incentivize International Shipping's CO2 Reduction

Members of the ICS plan to take concrete steps to support further CO2 reduction by international shipping. 

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