January, 2017
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RMK 500 is now available by barge at the ports of Lisbon, Setubal, and Sines.
Petrogal Makes RMK 500 Available in Portugal
The company has so far declined to provide any official comment on the matter to Ship & Bunker.
Turkish Bunker Player's Troubles Continue Amid Reports of Further Vessels Being Laid Up
VTTI says it is expanding its 1,118,000 m³ capacity Euro Tank Terminal in Rotterdam by a further 174,000 m³.
VTTI Rotterdam Terminal Expansion to Support Bunker Blending Needs Post-2020
BP also thinks the world has enough reserves to meet double the demand until 2050.
Kuwait Expects Market Balance Early This Year While BP Says Oil Demand Moving Forward Will Slow Significantly
The ferry is set to be a plug-in hybrid vessel that uses batteries recharged with "green electricity" from onshore facilities or onboard by the ship's generators.
Color Line and Ulstein Sign LOI for World's Largest Hybrid Vessel
The declaration came alongside the release of the EMSA Study on the use of Fuel Cells in Shipping.
EMSA Calls Fuel Cells "Promising" Technology for Shipping
The new rules set out conditions for EU ports wishing to apply minimum requirements for services.
EU Council Approves New Rules on Port Services, Including Bunkering
The new index, launched by Tullett Prebon and SGX, is set to launch in this year's second quarter.
LNG Spot Index Set to Launch on Singapore Exchange
Megastar, which is also be capable of running on diesel, has been called "environmentally sound."
ECA Operator Tallink Takes Delivery of New LNG-Powered Ferry
Giuseppe Bottiglieri says the company filed for court protection because of Italian accounting laws, not because of debts.
Giuseppe Bottiglieri Shipping Requests Court Protection From Creditors, but Says It Has No Problems Making Payments