September, 2017
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"AISSOT will also provide Agency and other services for 'bunker-only' call vessels at Iraqi Ports," the new supplier tells Ship & Bunker.
New Iraqi Bunker Service to Commence from September 20
Meanwhile, Venezuela is snubbing the U.S. by publishing its oil prices in Chinese.
Crude Hold Near $50, but Russia Warns of a Slide to $40/bbl in 2018
Meanwhile, Kazakhstan declares its support for an OPEC cutback extension.
Despite Strong Week for Crude, BP Says Oil Will Remain Range Bound at $50-$60/bbl
"Shipping firms need to look beyond the very real challenges of SOX regulation and consider the likely NOX / Greenhouse / Particulate regulations on the way," says Peninsula Petroleum's Will Bathurst.
Prepare for over a Decade of Combined Environmental Regulatory Burden, Peninsula Petroleum Warns
Backas joins Eniram from the company's principal Wärtsilä, where he has held senior management positions since 2010.
Johan Backas Appointed Managing Director at Eniram
The tank is said to be initially intended for use by bunker ships, small-scale LNG vessels, and the storage sector.
Braemar Nearing Launch of New LNG Tank Aimed at Bunkering Vessels
"The Scandinavian market is ready for hydrogen and fuel cell technology, especially the maritime industry," said Tomas Tronstad of Hyon.
Hydrogen Projects JV Officially Launched
In response to EU MRV regulation, We4Sea recently launched a new software module that captures all MRV-required data within standard vessel forms.
New We4Sea Module Receives Verifavia Certification Under EU MRV
A steel-cutting ceremony for the vessel was held at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland on Wednesday.
Construction Started on Costa Cruises' First LNG-Powered Ship
One estimate puts potential premium on LSFO in 2020 at $400/mt
Shipowners Fear 2020 Bunker Price Spike and "Outrageous" LSFO Premiums