January, 2023
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The firm's vessel optimisation unit, VPS Decarbonisation, worked with Solstad Offshore to cut the fuel use of its ship the Normand Leader.
VPS Helps Deliver 29% Bunker Saving for Platform Supply Vessel
The five 9,000 CEU vessels will by built by China Merchants Heavy Industry (Jiangsu).
Grimaldi Takes on Bunker-Saving Air Lubrication Systems for Five New PCTCs
An expansion of Leith's shore power facilities to service offshore construction vessels is planned for later this month.
Port of Leith Shore Power Connection Goes Live
Pilbara Clean Fuels and Oceania Marine Energy have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on setting up supply at the Western Australian port.
Australian Firms Plan LNG Bunker Supply Operation
A drop in bunker demand this year, in particular from the container segment, is set to put a dampener on celebrations over 2022's record margins.
FEATURE Bunker Industry Faces Downturn in 2023 After 2022's Record Margins
The firm has installed fuel-saving technologies on board nine of its 15 vessels since 2020.
Uni-Tankers Sees up to 15% Bunker Savings From Fuel Efficiency Programme
A total of 15 vessels took on shore power at the port in 42 operations since the connection went live at Southampton's Horizon and Mayflower cruise terminals in April.
Port of Southampton Sees 42 Shore Power Operations in Nine Months
The addition of last year's total means some 82 methanol-fuelled ships are now on order or in operation.
2022 Saw Total of 35 Methanol-Fuelled Ship Orders
The use of existing tankers and infrastructure for hydrogen logistics could reduce the risk of stranded assets in the shipping industry in the event of a rapid shift away from fossil fuel use.
Vopak JV Proposes Using Existing Tanker Fleet for Hydrogen Transport
LNG-fuelled ships took up almost a fifth of new tonnage ordered last year.
30% of 2022 Newbuild Tonnage Opts for Alternative Bunker Fuels