June, 2018
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GHG reduction goals will only be realised with more alignment and transparency, the European Shippers' Council says.
Shippers Should Motivate Operators to Reduce CO2 Emissions: ESC
Natural gas is the way forward for cruise lines, but LNG supply and bunkering infrastructure is ill-prepared to deal with the growth in demand, says cruise line.
Cruise Sector Makes Another $1 Billion Bet on LNG, But Concern Lingers On Bunkering Infrastructure
Meanwhile, despite the tensions, crude prices edged up on Monday.
Goldman Sachs Sees Crude Heading to $80/bbl, but US Oil Could Suffer Under China
HMM has signed its letter of intent for the orders with three shipyards.
HMM's IMO 2020-Focused Mega Containership Orders Move Forward
"FOBAS has never experienced external contamination of this scale."
Closing the Gap – External Contamination of Marine Fuels
Teething problems likely in first few months of 0.5% sulfur cap, says joint statement.
IMO2020: Shipowner Call for Realism in First Phase of 'Game-Changing' Sulfur Cap
NSI looks at how nations participating in the FIFA World Cup are shaping up for IMO 2020.
IMO 2020 World Cup
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