January, 2017
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Fri20Jan
Sealand Los Angeles is noted to be the first of four ships chartered by SeaLand slated to be converted to use AMP in early 2017.
Hammonia Vessel Ready to Use Alternative Marine Power at Hueneme
Fri20Jan
Field Upgrading says it is working toward a 2,500 bpd demonstration facility for low sulfur fuel in the industrial area northeast of Edmonton, Alberta.
Canadian Low Sulfur Fuel Producer Talks with Singapore Shippers Ahead of 2020
Thu19Jan
The worries presumably extend to Exxon Mobil doubling its presence in the Permian Basin.
IEA Warns Higher Oil Prices Will Give a "Significant" Boost to Shale Amid Signs U.S. is Already Ramping Up
Wed18Jan
Fines include a $40 million penalty ordered against Princess Cruise Lines - the "largest-ever criminal penalty involving deliberate vessel pollution."
U.S. Issued More Than $363 Million in Fines Against Shipping Companies in 2016 for Intentional Discharges of Pollutants
Tue17Jan
Seaspan Swift and its soon to be delivered sister vessel, Seaspan Reliant, are both noted to be classed by BV.
Bureau Veritas Extends Congratulations as Seaspan's New Dual-Fuel Hybrid Ferry Enters Service
Mon16Jan
The Panama-flagged Arca 1 was successfully refloated on Sunday.
Bunker Tanker Successfully Refloated After Grounding on Canadian East Coast
Mon16Jan
"Judge Caproni found that Temara II was limited to its facts and that it was distinguishable from the others," ING lawyer Bruce G. Paulsen tells Ship & Bunker.
US Court Decision Bolsters ING's Claim for Payment of Outstanding OW Bunker Bills
Fri13Jan
The port authorities will host a joint community workshop on January 24 in order to receive input on proposed updates to the CAAP.
California Ports Continue to Seek Input on Proposed Updates to Its Clean Air Action Plan
Thu12Jan
"While the Court sympathizes with the Physical Suppliers... the contractual relationships between the parties in this case are clear," a US Judge rules.
U.S. Court Deals Another Blow to Physical Suppliers' Efforts to Recover Unpaid Bunker Bills
Thu12Jan
"After this evening we expect things to return to normal, so do not anticipate any delays to bunkering," a local supplier tells Ship & Bunker.
Mexico Port Blockage Not Expected to Impact Bunkering