March, 2020
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Tue31Mar
Several ships have been arrested in March.
Vessels Detained in Singapore
Tue31Mar
Activity in the cruise industry is slowing down almost to a standstill with concerns over outbreaks on board ships.
Kiel Postpones Start of Cruise Season
Tue31Mar
Approves tax waiver on exports of VLSFO.
China to Stimulate Free Zone Refined Product Exports
Tue31Mar
The ships are due to be ready to enter into service between March 2022 and March 2023.
Japan's Asahi Tanker to Order Battery-Powered Bunker Barges
Tue31Mar
Hughes, who oversaw the IMO's emissions regulation policies for much of the last decade until last month, says the COVID-19 pandemic may be postponing the real impact of IMO 2020.
INTERVIEW: Former IMO Emissions Chief Edmund Hughes on 2020 So Far
Mon30Mar
Meanwhile, Goldman thinks the oil industry will be stronger due to the virus.
Promising Virus Treatment Outcomes No Match for Traders' Fears As Crude Prices Drop Again
Mon30Mar
But port remains open for cargo operations, bunkering.
Singapore: Scope for Vessel Crew Change Limited
Mon30Mar
Ferries, passenger ships to benefit from lower fees to counteract passenger number losses.
Singapore: Reduced Fees Scheme Extended
Mon30Mar
Checking IMO2020 compliance temporarily suspended as PSC work pared back during pandemic outbreak.
Covid-19: UK's MCA Drops Fuel Inspections
Mon30Mar
The company expects to sign its first purchase agreements with shipping companies for synthetic methanol later this year.
Sweden's Liquid Wind to Produce Synthetic Methanol Bunkers