September, 2021
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The decision was made at an extraordinary general meeting of the company on September 15.
Singapore's Raffles Bunkering to be Wound Up
Maersk is heading for 2021 EBIT five times higher than that seen in 2020.
Maersk Hikes Profit Guidance by 20% on 'Exceptional Market Situation'
The city-state's total demand fell to 4.1 million mt in August.
S&B ANALYSIS: Singapore August Bunker Sales Lose 2.3% on Year
CEO Soren Skou has said the IMO should set a date for when the use of fossil fuels in shipping will end.
Maersk Calls for Deadline for Fossil Fuel Bunker Ban
The firm will put on hold any spot freight rate increases from September 9 to February 1.
CMA CGM Vows No Spot Container Rate Increases for Five Months
Value Maritime will install a carbon capture and storage system on Visser Shiping's ship the Nordica in October.
X-Press Feeders Inland Vessel Takes on Onboard Carbon Capture System
The company aims to start supplying bunkers at Port Louis at anchorage and in port from the fourth quarter of this year.
Bunker One to Launch Mauritius Physical Supply Operation
Peninsula announced plans to launch an LNG bunkering business earlier this year.
Bunker Supplier Peninsula Appoints LNG and Alternative Fuels Originator
The investment will help California-based WasteFuel to develop biorefineries in Asia and the Americas.
Maersk Invests in Bio-Methanol Start-Up
Aleksander Askeland of scrubber manufacturer Yara Marine set out his view of the role the systems can play in decarbonisation in a webinar hosted by Riviera Maritime Media last week.
Scrubbers Can be Adapted for Low-Level Carbon Capture 'Relatively Quickly': Yara