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IMO MSC to Tackle Safety Issues Related to Marine Fuel Use

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The IMO's MSC has committed to take actions to tackle safety issues related to the use of marine fuel.

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MLB to Test Blockchain in Real-World Bunker Fuel Supply

Blockchain

MBL has launched its first demonstrator project.

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Cologne to Get LNG Shore-to-Ship Bunkering Station

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PitPoint.LNG received a green light to build a shore-to-ship LNG bunkering station in the Port of Cologne.

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Bomin to Exit Singapore and Antwerp Bunker Markets

Shipping

Bomin Group is to exit the bunker markets in Singapore and Antwerp ahead of the 2020 sulphur cap.

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Maersk Inks Compliant Fuel Deal with Vopak

Maersk ship in Rotterdam

Maersk and Royal Vopak join forces on 0.5 percent sulphur fuel bunkering facility in Rotterdam.

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Intertanko: Fuel Contamination Could Become an Epidemic

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Intertanko criticizes inaction of maritime authorities regarding problems caused by contaminated fuels.

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Japan to Launch First LNG Bunkering Vessel in 2020

3,500 m3 LNG bunkering vessel

Central LNG Shipping placed an order a 3,500 m3 LNG bunkering vessel with Kawasaki Heavy Industries.

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CMA CGM: Rotterdam Will Be LNG Bunkering Port for New ULCVs

CMA CGM revealed plans to use Rotterdam as a primary LNG bunkering port once it takes delivery of its new ULCVs.

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Keppel to Build LNG Bunkering Vessel for FueLNG

Keppel secured a contract from FueLNG to build South East Asia's first LNG bunkering vessel.

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Heidmar Unveils New Bunkering Service

Heidmar tanker

Tanker operator Heidmar has introduced a new bunkering service ahead of the 2020 global sulphur cap legislation.

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Total to Establish LNG Bunkering Hub in Oman

LNG ship-to-ship bunkering

Total is to develop a liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering hub in Oman under a recently signed MoU.

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Study: Japan Could Become a Major LNG Bunkering Hub

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Japanese government expects LNG to become a significant fuel for shipping and is positioning Japan as a bunkering hub.

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MPA Singapore Extends Mandatory Use of MFM System

Bunkering

Use of MFM system for delivery of distillate to all bunker tankers in the Port of Singapore to be extended.

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Fluxys to Add LNG Bunkering Facility at Port of Antwerp

Port of Antwerp

Fluxys is to build a permanent LNG bunkering facility in the port of Antwerp to supply ships and barges with LNG.

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Japanese Trio to Study Ship-to-Ship LNG Bunkering

Japanese trio concluded a memorandum on conducting a joint study on ship-to-ship LNG bunkering in Tokyo Bay.

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MOL, Total Pen Deal on LNG Bunker Vessel

MOL and Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions signed a charter contract for a large LNG bunker vessel.

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Port of Gothenburg Breaks Ground on LNG Bunkering Facility

Port of Gothenburg to open up more opportunities for LNG-fuelled ships with a new LNG facility.

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Baleària Inks Long-Term LNG Bunkering Deal

Baleària signs first permanent LNG bunkering contract for ship propulsion in Spain with Gas Natural Fenosa.

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Bunkering Blocked at Port of Trieste

Bunkering operations at the Port of Trieste have been discontinued.

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Marubeni, PTT to Study LNG Bunkering at Thailand's Port

Marubeni, PTT started a joint feasibility study to launch LNG bunkering in Thailand's largest industrial port.

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ABS to Class North America's LNG Bunker Barge

ABS was selected by Q-LNG, LLC, to class an Articulated Tug Barge (ATB) for LNG bunkering in North America.

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