October, 2020
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Meanwhile, Libyan output and U.S. rig counts are increasing.
Oil Down On Demand Worries - Despite More Evidence That Demand Is Recovering
Environmental NGOs argued the measures agreed this week would only cut shipping's GHG emissions by 0.65-1.3% by 2030.
IMO Working Group Pushes Through Ship Efficiency Compromise
The US taking on a similar model to the European MRV regulation would be a significant step towards global carbon emissions monitoring.
US Politicians Show Interest in Carbon Emissions Monitoring for Shipping
Some container ship speeds are reaching levels seen before the COVID-19 crisis hit shipping.
Boxship Speeds Advanced Further in September: VesselsValue
The cost of duel-fuel LPG retrofits for VLGCs would be more than three times that of scrubber retrofits.
Duel-Fuel Gas Carrier Upgrades Too Expensive for Dorian LPG
Longer term, Goldman Sachs sees average Brent prices rising to $59.40 next year from $43.90 this year.
Oil Rebounds On Hope Of Stimulus Package
A further four vessels to receive the upgrades.
Harvey Gulf Orders More Battery Power Systems for PSVs
For dealings with Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL).
US Blacklists 6 Chinese Shipping Companies
Meanwhile, shale oil continues to have a future even at $40/bbl.
Oil Rises On Stimulus Hopes, But Gains Capped By Covid
Dutch, Belgium ports to promote electric power to inland shipping sector.
Northern Europe: Shore Power Plan for Inland Shipping