March, 2017
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The ministers urged EU member states to work in cooperation with IMO to develop an effective strategy for GHG emission reduction in 2018.
EU Transport Ministers Call for EU Support in IMO Emission Reduction Efforts
Comments by Evgeny Ambrosov, Senior Executive VP of Sovcomflot, came at the International Arctic Forum "the Arctic – Territory of Dialogue."
Arctic Shipping to Grow by Over 3 Times by 2020: Sovcomflot Exec
"The ability to receive the smallest LNG vessels means that LNG bunker ships can now berth as well," explains Fluxys.
Fluxys Calls New Capacity for LNG Bunkering Vessels "Milestone" in Small-Scale LNG Development
It also remains unclear whether the OPEC cutbacks will extend to the end of the year.
Recalcitrant OPEC Members Pitch in to Up Oil Production Curbs, but Nigerian Exports Set to Rise in May
France is reported to have called for the creation of an ECA in the Mediterranean Sea at a European Council meeting earlier this month.
France Seeks Mediterranean ECA, Say Sources
The company is conducting a feasibility study for a Floating Storage and Regasification Unit, which could include LNG bunkering.
Gaz-System Eyes Poland's Gdansk Bay for Possible LNG Bunkering-Capable Vessel
Turkey's Arkas Bunkering has announced that it has added two bunkering tankers to its fleet, M/T Alacati and M/T Bayrakli.
Arkas Bunkering Expands Operations with Growing Fleet
But an extension of the output reduction deal may still be part of the country's plans.
Non-OPEC Cutback Participant Russia Sees Oil at $40/bbl Heading into 2018
"The emitted CO2 is part of a so-called short cycle: CO2 emissions are actually neutralised by the associated CO2 uptake," says the Port Authority.
Rotterdam Investigates Bio LNG, Which Compared to Regular LNG "Allows Users to Drastically Reduce CO2 Emission Levels"
M/T Alkiviadis was accredited by LRQA on March 7, 2017.
Capital Ship Management Marks First MRV Accredited Vessel