February, 2020
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The two companies are seeking to encourage the growth of the LNG bunkering industry.
Nauticor and Fassmer Start LNG Bunkering Cooperation
Ghani has been an active and well-regarded minister for the maritime sector in the UK, launching a plan last year seeking to have zero-emission vessels active in UK waters by 2025.
Surprise Job Loss for UK Shipping Minister Nusrat Ghani in Cabinet Reshuffle
IT at the company will be consoldiated into a single platform.
Trefoil Hires Inatech in Management System Rethink
Liquid bulk throughput slipped marginally to 211.2 million mt last year despite growth in crude volumes.
Fuel Oil Decline Drags Down Port of Rotterdam 2019 Liquid Bulk Throughput
The company has agreed to buy three new scrubber-equipped VLCCs currently under construction in South Korea for $280.5 million.
Euronav Seeks Second Mover's Advantage Taking on First Scrubber-Equipped VLCCs
Heavy distillate and residue stocks dropped by 7.6% to 11.88 million barels in the week to Monday.
Fujairah Fuel Oil Stocks Slip From 10-Week High
Former CFO Carolina Dybeck Happe left Maersk after less than a year in the role to become General Electric's CFO in November.
Maersk Appoints Chemicals Executive as New Chief Financial Officer
The company has acquired the ice-class vessels G.Puccini and G.Rossini.
Lukoil Expands Bunker Supply Operations at St Petersburg: Report
Baltic Exchange Geospock partnership could see wide range of datasets collected.
Database Initiative to Focus on Shipping Emissions
The UGS backs slow steaming as a short-term measure to reduce shipping's emissions.
Greek Shipowners Oppose Shipping's Inclusion in EU Emissions Trading Scheme