June, 2018
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Teething problems likely in first few months of 0.5% sulfur cap, says joint statement.
IMO2020: Shipowner Call for Realism in First Phase of 'Game-Changing' Sulfur Cap
Smaller market may be sidelined, owners' organisations says.
Australia: Shipowners Voice Post 2020 Supply Fears
NSI looks at how nations participating in the FIFA World Cup are shaping up for IMO 2020.
IMO 2020 World Cup
Analysts say that even a modest production boost will result in $65-$70 oil.
Crude Falls on Further Expectations of OPEC Boosting Output
Ionada's membrane technology promises low energy consumption, no washwater, and it comes with a plan to de-risk the scrubber's capital cost.
Van Oord to Trial Marine's First "Semi-Dry" Scrubber Tech
Following guidance in its recently released Best Practice Guidance would help to prevent such cases, IBIA says.
IBIA Addresses Ongoing USGC Bunker Quality Problems
The milestone stem took place on June 12, 2018.
Port Celebrates 1,000 LNG Bunker Operations
Australia has the cargoes, the gas, the capability, says LNG Marine Fuel Institute's Walter Purio.
Australia Urged to Follow Singapore on LNG Bunkering
Port Botany and Port Kembla will both offer discounts from January 1, 2019.
Australia to Reward Vessels That Reduce GHG Emissions
Have you sold bunkers to a recently scrapped vessel? Check here with VesselsValue's demolition sales from June 7 – June 13, 2018.
Weekly Vessel Scrapping Report: 2018 Week 24