Hydrogen Is the Ideal Zero-Emissions Fuel

water

Traver Kennedy, CEO of Joi Scientific, speaks on the potential of hydrogen as marine fuel.

Paper Submitted to MEPC73 Does Not Seek Delay of Sulphur Cap

shipping

The document submitted MEPC 73 does not seek a delay to the implementation date of the 2020 sulphur cap.

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Hapag-Lloyd Joins the Marine Fuel Recovery Line-Up

Rolf Habben Janse, Hapag-Lloyd CEO

Hapag-Lloyd has developed its own marine fuel recovery mechanism ahead of 2020.

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Customers Should Bear Sulphur Cap Costs to Save Industry

ST Stolt Pride

Stolt-Nielsen: costs stemming from the industry's switch to compliant fuels should be met by customers.

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Importance of Policing Compliant Fuels' Quality Underrated

INTERCARGO’s Chairman, John Platsidakis;

Intercargo stressed importance of securing a reasonable level of safety of compliant fuels.

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Port of Singapore Readies for IMO’s 2020 Sulphur Cap

Singapore

The Port of Singapore is gearing up for the IMO's new sulphur regulations.

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30 Pct of Shipowners Won't Be Compliant with Sulphur Cap

Tanker

OPEC expects a significant level of non-compliance with the 2020 sulphur cap.

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Industry Heavyweights Join Forces in Promoting Scrubbers

Scrubber

Scrubbers supporters join forces to support the uptake of the technology ahead of the 2020 Sulphur Cap.

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Scorpio Unveils Scrubber Investment

Wartsila's scrubber

Scorpio to retrofit 'substantial majority' of its ships with scrubbers ahead of 2020.

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1 Pct of Bulker Fleet to Be Scrubber Fitted in 2020

Bulker

Wood Mackenzie estimates that scrubbers will be installed on less than 1 pct of the bulker fleet in 2020.

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World Maritime Day: Better Shipping for a Better Future

ship in a sunset

The global maritime community celebrates today the World Maritime Day.

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Report: Use of Scrubbers Won't Last for More than 10 Years

The use of scrubbers will not last for more than ten years, Dragos Rauta, Technical Director at Intertanko, believes.

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ADS Crude Carriers to Start Fitting Scrubbers on Its VLCCs

Tanker

ASD Crude Carriers is about to fit scrubbers on board its very large crude carriers.   

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Owners Need to Know Where Compliant Fuels Will Be Available

Hamburg port

Liberia calls on IMO to help facilitate early reporting on the availability of compliant marine fuel.

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Maersk Urged to Reconsider New Fuel Surcharge Plan

Maersk

Maersk needs to reconsider its plan to introduce new fuel surcharge arrangements from January 1, 2019.

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MSC, CMA CGM Present Plans for Fuel Surcharges

CMA CGM vessel

Shipping majors MSC and CMA CGM unveiled a new fuel adjustment surcharge ahead of the 2020 sulphur cap.

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DHT Secures USD 50 Mn for Scrubber Retrofits

DHT Holdings has managed to obtain funds needed to proceed with its scrubber retrofit project. 

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K Line to Comply with 2020 Sulphur Cap on Ship-by-Ship Basis

K Line

K Line plans to comply with the IMO's 2020 sulphur cap by adopting a myriad of available measures.

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BIFA: Sulphur Surcharge Will Be Extremely Unpopular

Monte Ayul, Maersk Lamanai

BIFA has slammed the recent introduction of the sulphur surcharge by the container shipping industry

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Compliant Fuels May Need to Be Ordered as of Mid-2019

Containership

ICS: Shipping companies may need to start ordering compliant fuels from as early as the middle of 2019.

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Maersk to Change Bunker Surcharge ahead of Sulphur Cap

Mumbai Maersk

Maersk Line is planning to introduce a new fuel adjustment surcharge ahead of the 2020 sulphur cap.

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Tsakos: Things Will Get Worse without Transition Period

Nikolas Tsakos

Tsakos: A transition period is needed to allow for the right type of bunkers to be available.

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