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IUMI: Leaving Fuel Testing, Damage to End User Is Outdated

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IUMI: The current system of leaving the fuel testing or damage to the end user is outdated.

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IBIA: Fuel Contamination Unrelated to LSFO Blending

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Fuel contamination cases are completely unrelated to low sulphur fuel oil blending, IBIA said.

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Maersk's Fuel Costs Set to Rise by USD 2 Bn from Sulphur Cap

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Maersk's yearly fuel bill is set to jump by USD 2 billion from the implementation of 2020 sulphur cap.

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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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Ships to Be Fueled with Plastic at Amsterdam Port

The Port of Amsterdam to get a new factory that will be able to convert unrecyclable plastic into fuel for ships.

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Cleaner Ship Fuels to Benefit Health, but Affect Climate

Cleaner marine fuels will result in health benefits on a global scale, but more stringent standards may be needed.

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IBIA Reports Rise in Average Residual Fuel Sulphur Content

The yearly average sulfur content of tested residual fuel oils increased to 2.58% in 2016, up by 0.13% from 2.45% ...

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Integr8 Fuels Dismisses Claim for Bulker Arrest

Bunker trading and brokerage firm Integr8 Fuels filed a claim with the Louisiana Eastern District Court, US, asking ...

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BIMCO: IMO Study on Low Sulphur Fuel Availability 'Flawed'

International shipping association BIMCO has raised concerns over data on available fuel ahead of Marine ...

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Wärtsilä Finds Faults in Marine Engine Fuel Tests

Following its recent inspection of test processes, Finnish engineering company Wärtsilä Corporation said that the ...

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Minerva Bunkers Starts Fuel Supply to Gulf of Guinea

A global supplier and trader of marine fuels, Minerva Bunkers, has launched a physical fuel supply operation in ...

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Greek Shipowners Can’t Buy Fuel Due to Capital Controls

Capital controls introduced by the Greek government could have a ripple effect on Greek shipowners leaving their ...

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New 0.1% ECA Fuel Launched in Colombia

Marine fuel supplier Bunkers International together with its JV partner,  CI Vanoil Ltda. have launched a new ...

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Skuld Advises Strict Compliance to ECA Rules

Skuld Advises Strict Compliance to ECA Rules

It has only been three weeks since the new ultra low sulphur regulations have come in to force in North America and ...

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Libya Releases Tanker Carrying Fuel to Rival Government

The 2004-built, 34,648 dwt crude oil tanker Anwaar Afriqya has been released from Libya’s port of Tobruk ...

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GAC Signs Agency Deal with BG Group

GAC Signs Agency Deal with BG Group

British multinational oil and gas company BG Group has appointed GAC to be the sole provider of hub agency services ...

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Bunker Volumes up at Rotterdam Port

Bunkering Volumes up at Rotterdam Port

Marine fuel bunker volumes increased for the first time since 2011 in the Port of Rotterdam, from 10.4 million ...

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Aegean Sets Up Shop in Russia

Aegean Sets Up Shop in Russia

Athens-based marine fuel logistics company Aegean Marine Petroleum Network has hired five former employees of the ...

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Strike Cripples Buenaventura Port

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Cabotage shipowners staged a 10-hour blockade of the El Pinal bridge yesterday morning, the only link connecting ...

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Norwegian Banks Claiming USD 567 Mln from Bergen Bunkers

A consortium of Norwegian banks is claiming some USD 567 million from Bergen Bunkers AS, Norwegian subsidiary of ...

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Aegean Eyes USD 40 Mln from Bond Issue

Greek bunker supply business Aegean Marine Petroleum Network Inc. said it intends to offer USD 40.0 million of ...

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