January, 2017
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Salish Orca, the company's first LNG-powered vessel, reached British Columbian waters Wednesday morning following a 50-day voyage.
BC Ferries' LNG-Powered Newbuild Arrives on Canadian West Coast
However, the consultancy thinks it won't be enough to ward off an impending supply/demand gap.
Wood Mackenzie Sees $85 Crude in 2020, Oil and Gas Projects Doubling in 2017
The ship is understood to have 15 tonnes of bunkers onboard.
Initial Effort to Refloat Grounded Bunker Tanker on Canadian East Coast Unsuccessful
The bulletin answers frequently asked questions related to Annex VI compliance issues for a range of circumstances.
U.S. EPA Issues New Guidance Document for ECA Compliance
No pollution has resulted from the incident, local officials confirm.
Bunker Tanker Runs Aground Off Canadian East Coast
The USCG is said to be in the early stages of policy development to address lithium-ion battery hazards.
USCG Examining Battery Power for Use in Vessel Propulsion
GAS Entec has delivered engineering service and LNG Cargo Handling Equipment package to CME's LNG bunker barge project.
2200 cbm LNG Bunkering Barge Draws Closer to Completion with Cargo Handling System Delivery
Meanwhile, a top U.S. oil industry group calls on Trump to reduce regulations.
Increased North American Production Will Cap Oil in the $55-$60 Range For 2017: Analysts
WFS says it will become the exclusive marine fuel provider at the Sunoco Logistics Nederland terminal in Texas, effective March 2017.
World Fuel Services Set to Become Exclusive Marine Fuel Supplier at Texas Terminal
The spill occurred Monday when a Custom Fuel Services tank barge reportedly discharged 500 gallons of diesel during a diesel fuel transfer.
USCG: Louisiana Diesel Spill Clean Up Complete