March, 2017
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Rohan de Silva of McLarens in Sri Lanka, says bunkering could become viable at Hambantota if there was at least 120,000 tonnes of storage to support it.
Hambantota Bunkering Could Be Competitive With More Storage, Says Industry Expert
"The addition of several second handed bunkering ships helped meeting the increasing demand in marine bunkering services," explains the company.
NewOcean Marks Bunker Business Increase in 2016
Astomos says it intends to work with other Japanese importers to explore the feasibility of establishing LPG bunkering in the lead up to 2020.
Japan's Astomos Looks to Grow LPG Bunkering Market
The new location is intended to serve as a "mission-critical hub" and boost the company's expansion in the region.
Fuel Treatment Firm Aderco Launches Singapore Office
North of England P&I warns it is possible that some quantity of bunkers could be syphoned back into bunker vessel tanks during the process of bunkering.
P&I Club Warns Vessel Operators to Use Soundings Alongside Singapore MFM Regs
The American Club says there have since been at least two further foreign flagged vessels that have been penalised by the MSA for ECA non-compliance.
China MSA Penalises Foreign Vessel for ECA Non-Compliance in Tianjin
"For the regulation to be effective, it must also be effectively enforced," says IBIA.
IBIA: MPA Efforts Over Singapore MFM System Integrity Are "Reassuring"
Glencore has confirmed to Ship & Bunker it is aware of the charges.
Clarence Chang Suspended From Glencore Following Bunker Bribe Charges Relating to Former BP Role: Sources
Union Demeter was arrested in December in Haldia Port on the shipowner's outstanding bunker bills.
Stranded Bunker Dispute Vessel Released by Bombay High Court
The foundations for a record 50+ million mt year have be laid.
Singapore Breaks More Bunker Records: Posts Highest Ever February Sales Volume, YTD Sales Jump Up 8%