April, 2017
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The discount is available to ships that exceed IMO emission standards as scored by a scheme administered by the World Ports Climate Initiative.
Port of London Says 66 Ships Qualified for Green Discounts in 2017's Q1
The increased fines will be determined a ship's weight, ranging between TRY 5,000 ($1,393) and TRY 120,000 ($33,435).
Turkey Tightens Bunker Spill Regs, Boosts Related Pollution Fines by 41%
The bunkering operation supplied Damia Desgagnés with 370 cbm of LNG - said to be the largest supplied to date in Spain and by Repsol.
Enagás and Repsol Mark Europe's First Pipe-to-Ship LNG Bunkering
One analysts says an extension is needed not to boost prices, but to keep them from falling.
OPEC Panel Recommends Cutback Extension as Latest Data Indicates Cartel Has Failed to Reduce Stockpiles
The agreement is intended to ensure favourable financial terms for promoters of sustainable projects in the maritime transport sector.
European Investment Bank Signs €150 Million Sustainable Shipping Agreement with ABN AMRO
The company said the addition of Ristna comes in response to increased volumes.
Nordic Marine Oil Adds Third Bunker Barge for Skagen and Gothenburg Roads Ops
Fleet Cleaner says the hull of the vessel Vlieborg was recently cleaned with the company's system at Rotterdam.
Bunker-Saving Fleet Cleaner Robot Launches in Port of Rotterdam
The fuel, which has a sulfur content not exceeding 0.1 percent, is produced by the Ufa group of refineries.
RN-Bunker Initiates Low-Sulfur Bunker Sales
Anders Petersen as a Bunker & Lubricant Trader in the company's Denmark office.
KPI Bridge Oil Adds Bunker & Lubricant Trader to Denmark Office
Paul Parkinson joins as Group Business Development Manager for Oil Condition Monitoring.
VPS Appoints New Group Business Development Manager