September, 2020
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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
Fri18Sep
The regional approach on decarbonisation favoured by the EU is at odds with the international approach of the IMO.
Shipping Industry Drafts Former IMO Emissions Chief Hughes in Campaign Against EU GHG Regulation
Fri18Sep
The company has already received its first order, for two 2 MW dual-fuel engines to be installed on board the tugboat Hydrotug at the Port of Antwerp.
Belgian Joint Venture Launches First 1 MW Hydrogen-Powered Dual-Fuel Engine
Thu17Sep
The analyst believes cutback compliance will greatly benefit the market.
Tough Talking OPEC Triggers Big Gains For Oil, Sen Optimistic About Recovery
Thu17Sep
Have you sold bunkers to a recently scrapped vessel? Check here with VesselsValue's demolition sales from September 10 – September 16, 2020.
Weekly Vessel Scrapping Report: 2020 Week 37
Thu17Sep
Restructuring adviser may recommend a deal as early as thing month.
GP Global Reviewing Offers for Assets: Reports
Thu17Sep
The vessel's managing company was given permission to arrest it the day after its arrest by its mortgagee.
GP Global Bunker Barge Arrested for Second Time in India: Reuters
Thu17Sep
The company now covers more than 2,000 ports worldwide and has more than 500 active customers.
Bunker Trader BMS United Launches New Marketing Campaign With Revamped Website