August, 2014
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Tue19Aug
"If this was a factory it would be shut down, but this is an unregulated industry."
Call to Curb Cruise Emissions in Australia
Tue19Aug
The Harvey Gulf facility will allow bunkering to be handled from inside PSV control rooms.
Wärtsilä Supplying Control System for U.S. LNG Bunker Station
Tue19Aug
Data from VPS shows from April to July 2014 almost 14 percent of samples it tested in Singapore were over the 3.5% global sulfur limit.
Singapore Sees Spike in Bunker Fuel Sulfur Level Above 3.5% Global Limit
Mon18Aug
Bunker prices were lower in the primary ports, with the exception being Panama.
A New Week, a New 14 Month Low for Oil Prices
Mon18Aug
Regions, operating patterns, and local pricing now affect decisions on bunkers, says Rolls-Royce exec.
Rolls-Royce Marine: Fuel Choices Growing More Complex
Mon18Aug
Green group Pacific Environment says black carbon and risks of spills are a big threat.
Arctic: US Urged to Lead HFO Ban
Mon18Aug
VPS says some ports are using much more robust testing methods than others.
VPS: Enforcement "Key Area" for European ECA Rules
Mon18Aug
After a $1.05B deal, the company is continuing its push into oil and gas production in China.
Brightoil Plans New Upstream Acquisition
Mon18Aug
"The commercial and legal consequences of a failure to comply with the ECA's fuel oil sulphur limits ... are potentially severe," says UK P&I Club.
US Steps Up ECA Enforcement: Vessels Boarded, Flyovers Considered
Mon18Aug
In this week's industry spotlight we return to the drawing board to sketch out how changing to use LNG can affect the design of ships.
Fathom Spotlight: The Impact of LNG Bunkers on Ship Design