November, 2023
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Monjasa's Anders Østergaard wants to see regulators taking a carrot and stick approach to narrowing the price gap between conventional and alternative marine fuels.
'Carrot and Stick' Approach Needed on Alternative Bunkers: Monjasa
The company is looking for candidates with solid experience in the maritime industry, green financing or oil, gas and renewables.
BUNKER JOBS: VPS Seeks Key Account Manager in Oslo
The company considers its absence from the Singapore supplier list a temporary phenomenon, a Toyota Tsusho representative tells Ship & Bunker.
Toyota Tsusho May Return to Singapore Physical Bunker Supply
A recently published academic paper warns more emissions-intensive feedstocks may start creeping into alternative fuel supply chains.
FEATURE: Researcher Warns of Hidden Emissions Caused by Ramp-Up of Alternative Fuels
Viridis Bulk Carriers is planned to be the first shipowner taking on the new system, targeting the signing of a contract early next year.
Wärtsilä Launches First 4-Stroke Ammonia-Fuelled Engine
Purify Fuel's nanO2 fuel combustion catalyst can reportedly save ships 5.9-6.4% in bunker consumption.
Bunker One Signs Deal to Market Bunker-Saving Catalyst to Shipping Customers
EUA purchases for shipping companies are set to become a significant cost, according to Yara Marine Technologies.
EU-ETS Could Cost Shipping Firms Half as Much as Bunkers: Yara
Aimed at local industry but if developed could extend to shipping.
E-fuel Study Planned for Sweden's Gotland
The company recently participated -- as yet unsuccessfully -- in two tenders launched by shipping companies seeking green methanol deals, Bunker Holding's Carlos Torres tells Ship & Bunker.
Bunker Holding Seeks to Join Methanol Market
The costs involved in getting into alternative fuel supply could drive a consolidation of the bunker industry, according to DNV's Martin Wold.
IBIA CONVENTION: Investment for New Bunker Fuels Seen Driving Consolidation