September, 2020
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Mon21Sep
Authority to retrofit port vessels to use alternative marine fuel.
Antwerp Port Authority Plans Shift to Methanol Bunkers
Mon21Sep
Falling values make aviation fuel potential blend component for marine fuel.
Jet Fuel's Surprise Entry Into Bunker Market Remains Limited
Mon21Sep
BHP is in discussions with three companies to supply LNG from 2022 to 2027.
Mining Giant BHP in Negotiations Over LNG Bunker Supply
Mon21Sep
Ship held late on Friday.
Vessel Detained in Singapore
Mon21Sep
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
Mon21Sep
There is sufficient evidence to charge the captain under the country's marine pollution act as well as the penal code for criminal evidence.
Sri Lanka to Charge Captain of Fire-Stricken Tanker New Diamond
Fri18Sep
Goldman, UBS forecast crude price rises this year and next.
Strong Weekly Gains For Crude As Analysts Now Suggest Market Might Become Undersupplied
Fri18Sep
The Optimus launched on September 8 at a shipyard run by Dutch shipbuilding company Damen.
Elenger LNG Bunker Barge to Enter Service in Baltic in First Quarter of 2021
Fri18Sep
Knowing when these products will be available is the main challenge at the moment, according to Euronav's CEO.
Euronav CEO Sees Ammonia and Hydrogen Winning Alternative Bunkers Race
Fri18Sep
The organisations have developed the NextGEN concept, a "collaborative global ecosystem of maritime decarbonisation initiatives."
IMO and Singapore's MPA Seek to Create 'Global Ecosystem' of Decarbonisation Initiatives