October, 2020
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But land-based infrastructure is lagging behind.
Zero-Carbon Ships "Technically Ready" by 2024: LR
"It's all about finding the carbon-neutral fuel that can be scaled at the right price, and that we can transition with fast enough."
SIBCON FEATURE: Maersk Sets Out Views on Alternative Fuels
EMEA credit and risk panellists to take bunker market's temperature at next month's IBIA Convention.
COVID-19 Squashed IMO 2020 Price Surge, But What Happens Next?
Probunkers sees a general consensus that LNG bunker demand will grow to 8-12 million mt/year by 2025.
'We Can't Afford to Wait for the Ideal Solution' on Alternative Fuels: Probunkers
The organisation cited 'stiff opposition' from China, India and the US to EU attempts to impose its ETS on aviation in 2012.
EU ETS Imposition on Shipping Could Cause Global Retaliation: BIMCO
September, 2020
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Further support may be needed for the UK to take a leading position in decarbonising shipping.
UK Chamber of Shipping Calls for Further Government Support for Maritime Sector
"The general picture may be bleak, but you have to look close for the details."
Not all Parts of the Bunker Industry are Struggling for Credit: SeaCred
"US maritime lien law continues to evolve," Montgomery McCracken's Robert E. O'Connor tells Ship & Bunker.
US Legal Landscape Still Feeling Effects of OW Bunker Bankruptcy
Further discussion of the issue is likely to emerge at the IBIA Annual Convention in November.
IBIA Consults Industry on Bunker Licensing as More Ports Seek to Emulate Singapore
The barge has 18,600 m3 of LNG carrying capacity, is owned by Mitsui OSK Lines subsidiary Emerald Green Maritime and will be chartered by Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions.
Naming Ceremony for World's Largest LNG Bunker Barge