February, 2017
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Mon20Feb
MHI-MME says the retrofits have been completed in order to comply with the global 0.50 percent sulfur cap, set to be implemented by the IMO in 2020.
MHI-MME Completes Retrofits for Low Sulfur Fuel on 80 LNG Carriers
Mon20Feb
The MED Certificate indicates MSC Fantasia's exhaust gas scrubber equipment aligns with the EU Marine Equipment Directive requirements.
Bureau Veritas Certifies MSC Cruise Ship Scrubber Retrofit
Mon20Feb
"It is forecast that more than 15,000 ships will have the system onboard and the global market to grow worth about USD 1 billion by 2020," says HGS.
Hyundai Enters "Eco-Friendly" Bunker Saving Business, Targets $1bn Scrubber Market
Fri17Feb
DSME says a Chinese shipbuilding and offshore equipment company filed a patent invalidation complaint to SIPO - a claim that was dismissed.
DSME Wins Chinese Patent Case for Natural Gas Fuel Supply System
Fri17Feb
Richard Gorry doesn't expect a "true" re-balance to come until "much much later" than this year.
OPEC Goal Is Self-Protection, Not Re-Balancing or $70 Oil: Analyst
Fri17Feb
The huge American volumes are accompanied by Iraq shipping more crude than expected this month.
Record High US Shale Exports May be the Future Norm, Say Experts
Fri17Feb
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has reached an agreement with Fincantieri for the construction of the four fuel efficient next generation newbuild ships.
Norwegian Cruise Line Slated to Receive Four Fuel Efficient Newbuilds
Thu16Feb
Bunker prices were stable in the primary ports.
Oil Benchmarks Mixed After a Second Day of Choppy Trading
Thu16Feb
Craig Jasienski says tightening regulations will continue to push the shipping industry to improve environmental performance.
Environmental Performance a "Failure-Is-Not-An-Option" Mission for Shipping, Says WWL CEO
Thu16Feb
The company says the average bunker prices paid during Q4 were $310 per tonne, up from $275 per tonne in Q3.
Odfjell Points to Higher Bunker Prices for Weaker 2016 Q4 Results