December, 2016
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Thu08Dec
Bunkers prices ended firmer on the day.
Oil Up After Non-OPEC Production Cut Meeting Confirmed
Thu08Dec
SMHI's ensemble forecasts are noted to provide as many as 50 estimates on the impact weather could have on both speed and fuel consumption.
GAC Highlights Bunker Savings from GAC-SMHI Weather Solutions
Thu08Dec
Data from Alphaliner shows there was 1.504 million TEU of idle capacity within the above 500 TEU container ship fleet as of November 28.
Alphaliner: Idle Box Ship Capacity "Stubbornly High"
Thu08Dec
Hapag-Lloyd held a naming ceremony in Hamburg for Valparaíso Express, the first of five fuel-efficient vessels in the company's new 10,500 TEU class.
Hapag-Lloyd Names First of Five Newbuilds Expected to Mark "Highest Environmental Standards"
Wed07Dec
Bunker prices were softer in the primary ports.
Oil Dips Again on OPEC Deal Doubts
Wed07Dec
Gibraltar's Met Office issued a strong wind warning that was expected to extend into Thursday morning, causing moderate to rough sea conditions.
Bunkering Halted at Gibraltar on High Winds
Wed07Dec
The new study by CE Delft suggests 43 percent fuel savings achieved by land transport will be undone by ships and planes.
Study for T&E Finds Shipping Emission Growth Could Counter European Reduction Efforts
Wed07Dec
Öresund Dry Docks has been selected to construct a shore side charging arm to provide power the two HH Ferries' vessels after their conversion.
ABB's Zero-Emission Ferry Project "Gathering Pace"
Wed07Dec
The webinar will cover required data systems, monitoring plan development, and emission report verification.
DNV GL to Host EU MRV Guidance Webinars
Wed07Dec
"This report brings a whole new way of looking at how we calculate the emissions from shipping," the paper's author Gustav Krantz tells Ship & Bunker.
New Study Suggests 2020 Global Sulfur Cap Could Increase CO2 Emissions Attributable to Shipping