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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Green Maritime Methanol Project Starts with Nine Ships

Green Maritime Methanol

The consortium selected nine ships for research on the application of renewable methanol as a marine fuel.

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Shell Plans More VLSF Trials with Shipowners

Shipping

Shell conducted 19 trials of its 0.5% sulphur fuel with shipowners at key ports globally.

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Hapag-Lloyd Sets Green Targets

hapag-lloyd

Hapag-Lloyd presents ambitious green targets for the coming period.

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EIA: Sulphur Cap to Extensively Affect Shipping, Refining

Shipping

IMO's 2020 sulphur cap will have wide-ranging repercussions for the global refining and shipping industries.

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Alphaliner: Scrubber Orders for Boxships Rise to 540 Units

Containership

Alphaliner: Nine months ahead of the 2020 sulphur cap, scrubber orders for containerships increased to over 540 units.

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Drewry: Sulphur Cap to Trigger Slow Steaming, Transhipment

Container shipping

Drewry: IMO 2020 sulphur rule to trigger more slow steaming and transhipment.

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TORM: Product Tanker Market to Benefit from 2020 Sulphur Cap

tankers

IMO sulphur cap will lead to an incremental increase in product tanker trade during 2019 and 2020, TORM believes. 

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Owners Urged to Look Beyond 2020 Compliance Solution

Ship bunkering

Auramarine: Marine sector should look beyond the initial choice of compliance solution ahead of the sulphur cap.

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Port of Fujairah Introduces Low Sulphur Bunkers

ships

The UAE-based Port of Fujairah has started offering the IMO 2020-compliant 0.5% sulphur bunker fuel oil.

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Dutch Majors to Jointly Study Methanol as Marine Fuel

Green Maritime Methanol - Methanol as marine fuel

Dutch shipowners, shipyards, manufacturers and ports to jointly study methanol as a marine fuel.

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Not Recovering IMO 2020 Costs May Lead to Bankruptcies

container shipping industry

A failure to recover the extra fuel costs in full may result in bankruptcies in the container shipping.

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Maersk Signs Compliant Fuel Deal with PBF Logistics

Maersk containership

Maersk's deal with PBF Logistics to deliver 10% of the company's annual fuel demand ahead of 2020 sulphur rule.

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ICS: 2050 GHG Goal Cannot Be Achieved Using Fossil Fuels

shipping

The shipping industry will not be able to achieve the 2050 GHG reduction target using fossil fuels, ICS said.

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Euronav CEO: The Whole World of Bunkering Is Changing

Tanker

Rodgers: People have to understand the whole world of bunkering is changing.

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Aderco: Planing for Sulphur Cap Just Over a Month Away

ships

Baiwir sees additives as a continuous and effective solution to the cap and the smart way towards compliance.

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Port of Fujairah to Ban Open-Loop Scrubbers in Its Waters

Scrubber

The Port of Fujairah has decided to ban the use of open-loop scrubbers in its waters.

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