October, 2020
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Ship currently anchored off UK southern coast, situation linked to stowaways onboard.
UK: Reports of Disturbance Onboard Crude oil Tanker
Meanwhile, Libyan output and U.S. rig counts are increasing.
Oil Down On Demand Worries - Despite More Evidence That Demand Is Recovering
Environmental NGOs argued the measures agreed this week would only cut shipping's GHG emissions by 0.65-1.3% by 2030.
IMO Working Group Pushes Through Ship Efficiency Compromise
The US taking on a similar model to the European MRV regulation would be a significant step towards global carbon emissions monitoring.
US Politicians Show Interest in Carbon Emissions Monitoring for Shipping
Some container ship speeds are reaching levels seen before the COVID-19 crisis hit shipping.
Boxship Speeds Advanced Further in September: VesselsValue
The company has selected the ION Aspect CTRM platform provided by ION Commodities to manage its physical oil and fuel business.
GCC Bunkers Takes on New Digital Operations Management Platform
The cost of duel-fuel LPG retrofits for VLGCs would be more than three times that of scrubber retrofits.
Duel-Fuel Gas Carrier Upgrades Too Expensive for Dorian LPG
The two bodies will work together on projects on decarbonisation, AI, predictive maintenance, cybersecurity and other areas.
Singapore's MPA Signs Research and Development Deal With ABS
Longer term, Goldman Sachs sees average Brent prices rising to $59.40 next year from $43.90 this year.
Oil Rebounds On Hope Of Stimulus Package
Wilhemsen will operate the ship, which is planned to be operational by 2024.
Hydrogen Ship Project Wins €8 Million of EU Funding