August, 2021
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Robbert Uggla, CEO of AP Moller Holding, argues the size of Maersk's vessel order will create a powerful incentive to develop green methanol supply.
Maersk Parent Firm Sees 'Chicken and Egg Dilemma' for Methanol Bunkering
Pacific Bunkering was first registered as a Singapore bunker supplier in February 2013.
Singapore Bunker Supplier Count Drops to 41 on Pacific Bunkering Exit
Total conventional bunker sales reached 2.3 million mt in the first quarter, up by 7.7% from the same period a year earlier and by 2.3% from the first quarter of this year.
Rotterdam Q2 Bunker Sales Gain 7.7% on Year
The company has ordered eight 16,000 TEU boxships for delivery from the first quarter of 2024, all designed to run on green methanol, with an option for four more in 2025.
Maersk Orders Eight More Methanol-Fuelled Ships
Berit Hinnemann, head of decarbonisation business development at Maersk, explains the company's thinking around scaling up its methanol supply in the coming years.
INTERVIEW: Container Giant Maersk Discusses Ramping Up Methanol Supply
The firm will be supplying VLSFO, HSFO and LSMGO from Fujairah and Khor Fakkan from September 1.
Commodity Firm Montfort to Join Fujairah Bunker Market
The firm has signed a deal committing REIntegrate and European Energy to establishing a plant in Denmark producing the 10,000 mt/year of green methanol that Maersk's new ship will require.
Maersk Secures Green Methanol Bunker Supply
Some 15 new countries have been added to Hong Kong's high-risk list for COVID-19, meaning vessels having visited them within the previous 21 days would need to quarantine before receiving fuel.
Hong Kong Tightens COVID-19 Restrictions on Bunker-Only Calls
The company sent the newest addition to its fleet, the 25,117 DWT tanker Monjasa Trader, on its way from Rotterdam to Lome on Sunday.
Monjasa Adds Cargo and Bunkering Tanker in West Africa
The city-state's total demand fell to 4.1 million mt in July.
S&B ANALYSIS: Singapore Bunker Sales Slip in July