September, 2017
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"As we approach 2020 the one certainty is the fuel procurement process will become far more complicated, and Shipping companies will consider ways to outsource this function," Steve Leonard writes for Ship & Bunker.
2020: Time for Shipping Companies to Consider a New Fuel Procurement Strategy
"Potential supply disruption can be expected in some ports," says Iain White, global marketing manager for marine fuels at ExxonMobil
2020 "Unprecedented" Change for Bunker Industry: White
Tom Strang, SVP of Maritime Affairs at Carnival, made the comment at Seatrade Europe 2017 in Hamburg.
Cruise Industry Could Achieve 50% CO2 Emissions Reduction in Near Future, Says Carnival
Henry Curra, Head of Research at Braemar, says technology, including the development of LNG bunkering, could throw off market fundamentals.
Advances in Tech, LNG Bunkering Could Cause Shipping Market Oversupply Situation: Braemar
The new document was launched during London International Shipping Week 2017 by Bureau Veritas, TMC Marine, and the London P&I Club.
New Guidance Released to Prevent Loss of Propulsion Incidents
"I believe the time is absolutely right for technology to extend - not replace - what the modern broker can do," Head of Bunkering Neil Lamerton tells Ship & Bunker.
OilFront: New Technology-Focused Bunker Broker Concept Launches in the UK
The new study says lightning strokes occur nearly twice as often directly above heavily-trafficked shipping lanes in the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea.
Shipping Exhaust Intensifies Thunderstorms, Study Suggests
Existing vessels in general will have until the first International Oil Pollution Prevention renewal survey after September 8, 2019 to comply.
IMO BWM Convention Brought into Force
The new collaboration between the two companies, known as VDL AEC Maritime, was launched on September 1.
VDL and AEC Maritime Launch New JV for Scrubber Production
The report is based on data collected from more than 3,200 ships for 22 ocean container carriers, representing 87 percent of global ocean container capacity.
New Report From CCWG Suggests CO2 Emissions on Global Shipping Routes Fell by 2.6% YoY in 2016