February, 2017
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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
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
The first unit is slated for delivery in October 2017, while the second unit is scheduled for delivery in November 2017.
Hitachi Zosen Receives SCR System Order for Tier III NOx Compliance
The company offers shipowners inspection and verification of monitoring concepts and emission reports.
TÃV SÃD Announces EU MRV Compliance Support Offering
"Bunker prices are expected to be higher than in 2016, which should have an adverse effect on consolidated income," explains Viking Line.
Viking Line to Use Fixed-Price Agreements to Offset Risk of Higher Bunker Prices
The investment, spread over five years, will be used toward the construction of new gas-propelled ships and terminals that use smart technology solutions.
Baleària Marks Move Toward Gas-Fuelled Ships with New â¬450 Million Investment Plan
"The new LNG and oil terminals being built will further cement the nation's role as a major refuelling, bunkering, and transhipment centre," says DPFZA Chairman.
Djibouti at a Key Point in Its Development as a Regional Bunkering Centre: Port Authority
"This is a natural evolution for LQM as we respond to the needs of our customers and the realities of today's bunker market," CEO Marisa Femenia tells Ship & Bunker.
Bunker Brokerage LQM Diversifies Into Bunker Trading
Bureau Veritas, Clean Marine Energy, and Gas Natural Fenosa are the latest to join the cross-industry coalition aimed at promoting LNG as marine fuel.
SEA\LNG Adds Three New Members