February, 2019
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Ship had a faulty valve and incorrectly installed alarm.
Marathassa Bunker Spill Caused by Defect, not Negligence
Connected to German shipping interests.
Supramax Arrested in Singapore
Rules should be fit for purpose, and harmonized so the industry is not forced to deal with a patchwork of regional regulations.
Europe Calls for Urgent Update and Harmonization of Scrubber Rules
There are two camps against scrubbers, says DHT's Harfjeld, ones who haven't got the money to do it, or the other camp that came way too late for the party.
True Motives of Scrubber Debate Called into Question
Traders seem fixated on bad news despite many bullish developments.
Oil Tumbles Again Due To An "Overemphasis" Of A Global Recession
Our assumptions and our configuration was in anticipation of countries implementing stricter rules related to the use of scrubbers, says Co-CEO Harfjeld.
DHT: Scrubber Bans Were No Surprise, Have No Impact
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Weekly Vessel Scrapping Report: 2019 Week 5
Research house Woodmac runs the numbers on coming marine fuel sulfur cap.
IMO2020 Research: Compliance 85%, Scrubbed Fuel Tenth of Total
Fuel testing agency says industry players should "work collaboratively" for industry's "greater good".
Call for Fuel Supply Chain to Band Together Ahead of IMO2020
But observers say the real driver of bullish sentiment will be an end to the U.S./China hostilities.
Less Than Expected Inventory Buildups Trigger Crude Price Gains