September, 2020
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"The general picture may be bleak, but you have to look close for the details."
Not all Parts of the Bunker Industry are Struggling for Credit: SeaCred
The reasons behind the arrests are unclear, but are likely to do with disputes over the payment for goods and services.
Two Dry Bulk Carriers Arrested in Singapore
"US maritime lien law continues to evolve," Montgomery McCracken's Robert E. O'Connor tells Ship & Bunker.
US Legal Landscape Still Feeling Effects of OW Bunker Bankruptcy
The drone's operation started on September 23 and will last for three months.
France Deploys Sniffer Drone for Sulfur Testing at Calais
The move may see trans-shipment centres set up just outside EU waters, the shipping organisation said.
Intercargo Sees EU Carbon ETS for Shipping Increasing Emissions
The company proposes a carbon levy of $250-300 per tonne of CO2 equivalent is imposed on bunker fuels.
Trafigura White Paper Proposes Global Levy on Bunkers to Fund Decarbonisation
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Weekly Vessel Scrapping Report: 2020 Week 38
The CARB plans to start checking whether ships are burning low-sulfur residual fuels instead of distillates.
California Crackdown on Fuel Oil Regulations
New research claims the ability of carbon capture to work with existing ships and fuels makes it much cheaper than shifting to zero-carbon fuels.
INTERVIEW: Carbon Capture May Deliver GHG Savings at Half the Cost of Ammonia
The violations were discovered during routine audits of the company's 2017 and 2018 vessel fleet visits to the Port of Oakland.
MOL Fined For Historical Sulfur Regs Violations