February, 2018
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Mon05Feb
However, tonne-mile demand growth is also needed to help the situation, says consultancy.
Scrapping Still Believe to Be a Key Driver Toward Tanker Market Balance: Poten & Partners
Mon05Feb
Ensuring consistent implementation of the 0.50% requirement is a key item on the agenda of this week's sub-committee meeting, says IMO.
IMO Secretary-General Lim on IMO2020: There is No Turning Back!
Mon05Feb
Boreal says the new ferry is set to become the first vessel of its size to be powered by hydrogen in commercial operation.
Wärtsilä and Boreal Team Up to Develop Hydrogen-Powered Ferries
Mon05Feb
The MoU is intended to prepare to cater to the demand for different kinds of vessels that is expected over the near and medium term.
Indian and Russian Shipbuilders Sign MoU to Develop "Eco-Friendly" Vessels
Mon05Feb
LPG is easy to bunker, says MAN Diesel & Turbo.
MAN Diesel & Turbo, Hyundai to Develop LPG Dual-Fuel Engine
Mon05Feb
LPG is clean, immediately available, has low particle emissions, low NOx, and nearly zero SOx, the LPG advocacy group says.
LPG Bunkers At Least as Attractive as LNG: WLPGA
Mon05Feb
Martin Crawford-Brunt takes the helm on March 12, 2018.
Rightship Appoints New CEO
Mon05Feb
The document deals with several issues surrounding the new rules.
IMO Releases Updated FAQ on IMO2020 Regs
Mon05Feb
The new ferries are noted to come under an ongoing push toward zero and low emission public transportation in Norway.
PBES Equips Battery Systems on Norway's Newest Zero-Emission Ferries
Mon05Feb
Owners and operators most likely to take distillate fuel and pay more.
Taiwan's Early Adoption of 0.5% Sulfur Cap Unsettles Shipowners