July, 2017
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The project involves three separate research streams, including an assessment of shore side power.
PLA Announces New Research on Thames' Vessel Emissions
The comments come in light of a recent report published by the European Commission that examined differentiated port infrastructure charges.
BPO: Environmental Port Charging Should Remain Voluntary
The deal aims to develop 0.50% sulfur bunker fuel for the national tanker company and the wider international market.
Iran's NITC, RIPI Sign Deal to Develop 2020 Bunker Fuel
"The maritime service provider devotes itself to inquiries on bunkers and lubricants worldwide," the company said.
New Player Lloyd Bunker Starts Operations in Germany
Texelstroom, which was delivered last year to TESO, can utilise low sulfur bio diesel, CNG, or solar energy for propulsion.
PitPoint Hails Texelstroom as First Vessel in Europe to Run on CNG
The NextGen Link project is an initiative that includes the development of a new LNG-powered RoPax vessel and associated port infrastructure.
EU Funding Approved for NextGen Link Project
It is reported that some 700 tonnes of fuel onboard the vessel's tanks is set too be removed.
Newbuild Grounded on Durand Reef Slated for Debunkering
"We believe that there is a significant supply gap in the market in Barcelona," says John Bassadone, CEO of Peninsula Petroleum.
Peninsula Petroleum Commences Physical Supply in Barcelona
The newbuild vessel is reported to have had 73,000 litres of fuel onboard upon delivery following ship testing in 2013.
Western Baltija Shipbuilding Set to Recover Excise Duty on Bunkers, Court Rules
The former CEO of OW Bunker's Singapore-based subsidiary Dynamic Oil Trading is alleged to have provided credit outside of his mandate, resulting in a charge of committing fraud of agent for more than DKK800 million.
Denmark Charges Lars Møller with Fraud in OW Bunker Collapse Case