January, 2018
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Effective January 1, 2019, all ships entering Taiwan's international ports will be required to use bunkers containing no more that 0.5 percent sulfur.
Taiwan to Implement Low Sulfur Fuel Regs in 2019
Supply would cover the Chubu region of Japan.
NYK, K Line and Partners Look to Japanese LNG Bunkering Business
38 "rigid government regulations" are to be changed.
South Korea LNG, Alternative Bunker Fuel Market Set for a Boost
Intermodal terminal location to be at Ghazipur linking up with regional inland waterway system.
India: Planned Inland Terminal to Have LNG Bunkering Facility
Ex-Sentek employee facing similar charge to earlier one.
Shell Refinery Theft: More Charges Laid Against Accused
Oil major no longer operates landed fuel oil storage at the Southeast Asian oil products hub.
BP Singapore Fuel Oil Storage Lease Not Renewed: Reports
Singapore's average stem size in 2017 rose 8.5% to 1,244 mt.
Jump in Singapore Bunker Stem Size Prompts Increase in MFM Calibration Capability
EnergySail is an automated rigid sail device that allows vessels to harness power from wind to reduce fuel consumption and lower emissions.
Eco Marine Power and Teramoto Iron Works Sign Agreement on EnergySail
The move will enable the jetty to accommodate smaller vessels with capacities ranging from 2,000 to 10,000 cubic metres.
Singapore Modifying LNG Terminal Jetty to Better Accommodate LNG Bunkering, Small-Scale LNG
The 203,300 DWT Stamatis was detailed following action taken by local law firm W S Goh & Co.
Capesize Bulk Carrier Arrested in Singapore