July, 2015
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Fri24Jul
The LNG membrane containment systems specialists said it received 31 orders during the first half of 2015.
GTT Opens Singapore Subsidiary, Eyes LNG Bunker Market
Fri24Jul
Lui Naisara, deputy secretary, Ministry of Transport, says that ratifying the convention will enable full compensation to Fiji in the event of a marine fuel spill.
Fiji Pushes to Ratify IMO's Bunker Oil Pollution Convention
Fri24Jul
Additional factors are credited for a 6.8 percent increase in total throughout for the port.
Rotterdam Reports "Extremely Significant"  50% Increase in Fuel Oil Throughput
Fri24Jul
Carnival has signed an agreement with the Port Authority of Barcelona to construct and operate its second private cruise terminal at the port.
Carnival Announces "Significant Expansion" in Barcelona with New Cruise Terminal, Expanded China Fleet
Fri24Jul
Intertanko says that NNPC's ban on 113 oil tankers should be lifted immediately as "no evidence or grounds" have been provided for the action.
INTERTANKO "Protests in the Strongest Possible Way" to Nigeria Tanker Ban
Thu23Jul
EIA data stated there had been a 2.5 million barrel build in U.S crude inventories.
Crude Oil Continues to Fall
Thu23Jul
"Shore power works in B.C. because of our clean hydroelectricity," says project partner BC Hydro.
Vancouver to Expand Shore Power Facilities to Include Container Vessels
Thu23Jul
President and CEO Rosengren has praised Carnival's recent order for four LNG powered cruise ships saying it is "exciting" for the market.
Wärtsilä: A Huge Number of Cruise Ships Will Use LNG Bunkers
Thu23Jul
NSW's Greenwich Community Association says that the EPA should extend new cruise-ship-centred sulfur regulations to fuel to tankers at Gore Bay.
Australia's Focus on Vessel Emissions Turns to Tankers
Thu23Jul
An average of one tanker attack in SE Asia is said to occur every two weeks.
IMB: Attacks on Small Tankers in SE Asia Continue as Global Incidents of Piracy and Armed Robbery Rises 15.5%