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World Bunkering is the
official magazine of IBIA

The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA)

was formed in 1992 to provide an international forum

to address the concerns of all sectors of the bunker industry. Today, it provides a central point of information and training for the entire industry, including suppliers, buyers, traders and related services.

 

World Bunkering features news, views and comments

on all aspects of the bunker industry, from technical developments to commercial management, as well

as exclusive previews and reports from IBIA events.

Industry News

DNV GL: “Oil will still be main marine fuel in 2050”

Fall-out from Hin Leong collapse continues

As legal moves continue in the wake of the Hin Leong oil trading and bunkering empire collapse

The formal winding up of subsidiary Ocean Tankers Tuas Terminal has been gazetted in Singapore.

world bunkering port of tenerife 2017

Bunker barge crew kidnapped off Nigeria

Pirates kidnapped the master and two other crew members of the small Togo-flag bunker barge Stelios K while she was off Nigeria in November.

Two other crew members were left on board and sailed the ship to in Lagos.

The Koningsdam in Venice before Covid-19 brought the cruise industry to a halt. ©Carnival Corp

Lower volumes hit World Fuel Services

Cruise industry shutdown contributes to drop in sales as effects of Covid-19 bite

Major global fuel company World Fuel Services (WFS) reported a total gross profit of US$214.0 million in Q3, 2020, down 30% year-over-year.

Scientists at the UK's University of Southampton who are working on carbon capture to produce plastics say the process could be used on ships. ©University of Southampton
Scientists at the UK's University of Southampton who are working on carbon capture to produce plastics say the process could be used on ships. ©University of Southampton

Shipping’s CO2 footprint “to grow”

An ageing fleet of ships and historically low levels of newbuild activity threaten IMO’s goal of cutting
CO2 emissions, according to new research

Lacking refinement

The slump in fuel demand hasn’t been kind to Australia’s refiners, and there’s now a real danger of no local fuel production at all in the future, John Rickards writes

ExxonMobil’s Altona refinery is one of those struggling in the pandemic ©David Jackmanson
ExxonMobil’s Altona refinery is one of those struggling in the pandemic ©David Jackmanson

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