March, 2017
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KOGAS is set to develop the protocol through a new MOU with Samsung Heavy Industries, DNV GL, and KC LNG Tech.
KOGAS Moves to Develop South Korean LNG Bunkering Protocol
"The consensus among buyers is that even though cost is higher, they know they're getting secure supply," says Reuters' Yaw Yan Chong.
Mandatory MFM's Won't Change Singapore's Position as Top Bunker Port: Analyst
Yaw Yan Chong, Director of Oil Research in Asia at Thomson Reuters, says fuel oil traders will have the task of learning to trade a different product come 2020.
2020 Sulfur Cap for Bunkers Could Be "Final Nail in the Coffin" for Asia Fuel Oil Trading: Analyst
"There is a need for good bunker surveying and inspections services," says Vikram Mohan, Managing Director at Viking Marine.
Despite Worries Over Singapore MFMs, Bunker Surveyor Sees Increased Demand for its Services
Sinanju Tankers says some ship operators and crew are unfamiliar with the MFM bunkering equipment and procedures used in Singapore.
Singapore's Sinanju Tankers Embarks on Complimentary Mass Flow Meter Familiarisation Program
The 1995-built Hong Harvest was arrested on Sunday following action by Clasis LLC.
Handymax Bulk Carrier Arrested in Singapore
An extension was granted for a further 90 days to May 29, 2017.
Singapore's Mercator Lines Granted Extension of Judicial Management Order
February, 2017
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"The agreement between our companies will harness the combined experience and offerings of Woodside and GE," said Woodside's CEO, Peter Coleman.
Woodside and GE Partner on Development of LNG as Fuel in Western Australia
MPA, along with TR48 technical experts, have developed an extension approval test to validate certain MFM systems as an alternative to recalibration.
MPA Grants Tankers Extension Approval Tests for Older MFM Systems
The outstanding bunker costs have been settled, according to reports.
Stranded Bunker Dispute Vessel to be Returned to China