June, 2018
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Analysts say that even a modest production boost will result in $65-$70 oil.
Crude Falls on Further Expectations of OPEC Boosting Output
Ionada's membrane technology promises low energy consumption, no washwater, and it comes with a plan to de-risk the scrubber's capital cost.
Van Oord to Trial Marine's First "Semi-Dry" Scrubber Tech
Comments come as part of an escalating war of words over the controversial surcharges, but not everyone agrees they are unjustified.
European Commission Asked to Investigate Emergency Bunker Surcharges
Paul Hardy looks at why Owners are not contracting in great numbers for IMO2020, and a new type of contract aiming to change that.
What Are We Doing About the IMO2020 Bunker Credit Challenge?
Ecoslops says its La M├Ęde recycling plant uses a third of the GHG emissions compared to standard hydrocarbon extraction and production.
Recycling Bunkers Could Help Reduce Lifecycle GHG Emissions
Oil major to join competitors in potentially lucrative area.
Exxon Developing Stronger Oil Trading Unit: Report
ING representatives say today's result brings further clarity over who is entitled to a lien, counsel to physical supplier says the opinion is "fundamentally wrong".
OW Bunker: Court Delivers Fresh Blow for Physical Bunker Suppliers, Boost for ING
Industry must develop understanding of marine fuel supply, shun apathy, and instigate processes that ensure viable products, he says.
IMO 2020: Industry on Course for Unparalleled Bunker Contamination Challenges, Says Tolson
Giving coverage to around a quarter of its fleet.
Star Bulk Puts in Order for 22 Scrubbers
2M partner Maersk Line also considering reduction in vessel speed.
MSC Set to Sail Slower