January, 2018
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Minister to put bill before Danish parliament later this year.
Danish Move to Name Names on Sulfur Cap Non-Compliance Draws Muted Response
Released at Amsterdam LNG conference, online tool includes latest developments on LNG bunkering.
SEA/LNG Promotes LNG Bunkering with Bunker Navigator App
Dutch firm Port-Liner to introduce first electric powered inland container vessel in August.
Rotterdam: Port-Liner to Introduce All Electric-Powered Vessels on Inland Routes
"It's clear to us that these customers are focusing more and more on product origin and a strong trail of documentation," Monjasa's Thorstein Andreasen tells Ship & Bunker.
Monjasa: Focus on Compliance Helps Boost ME Cruise Vessel Bunker Supply Volumes
The Port of Amsterdam and Titan LNG today announced that they have signed a long-term contract.
Titan LNG Bunkering Pontoon Given Home at Port of Amsterdam with New Agreement
Likely to be a delayed coker unit but company still undecided.
IMO2020: Gunvor Rotteram Refinery Upgrade in Offing
The alternative marine fuels also now available along inland shipping routes in the Netherlands through the Reinplus Fiwado Bunker network.
GoodFuels Partners With VARO Energy to Bring Biofuel Bunkers to Rotterdam
The reasoning stems from Saudi Arabia and Russia again stating that their relationship is strengthening.
New Analytical Thought Now Pegs OPEC Cutbacks Lasting into 2019
Project to move forward with feasibility study into Canal micro-refining project.
Ecoslops Identifies 40K Mt Waste Fuel Oil Market on Suez Canal
The new branding highlights the opportunity areas for us to expand, says GP Global.
Gulf Petrochem Group Rebrands as GP Global