July, 2022
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Vessel hit rocks off Vancouver Island early Monday.
Fishing Boat Oil Spill Contained off NW Canadian Coast
Meanwhile, Russia continues to profit despite sanctions from the West.
Oil Mixed On Covid Fears, As Market Increasingly "Pushed In Two Directions"
Agency reports say citing port officials.
Mariupol Ready to Return to Full Operations: Reports
Maersk executive Henriette Hallberg Thygesen has stepped down from the ICS board following an annual revision of the company's trade association memberships.
Maersk Quits ICS Board Over Climate Change Stance
Leaving older and less efficient tonnage in play.
Fast Pace of Change Makes Fleet Renewal Harder: Report
The company has offered a full range of biodiesel blend tests since early this year, and has tested 'quite a number' of the blends, typically containing 20-30% biofuel.
Maritec Provides Biofuel Bunker Guidance Following Tests
Location, ease of doing business and access to professional maritime services all counting in the port's favour.
Singapore Keeps Top Spot in Global Port Index
C-Job Naval Architects has been chosen to develop the ferry's design.
Saronic Ferries Seeks to Build Greece's First All-Electric Ro-Pax Ferry
The Russia crisis has left HSFO prices significantly underperforming VLSFO, meaning record numbers of scrubber-equipped ships are enjoying record fuel discounts.
S&B ANALYSIS: Quarter of Global Tonnage Now Using HSFO at Record Discount to VLSFO
However, a surge of supply fears contributed to a daily price gain.
Oil Posts Weekly Decline As Recession Fears Trump Supply Concerns