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More bunker calls at Gibraltar

Rock sees marine fuel supply sector pick up despite absence of cruise ships

Port of Gibraltar has announced that 1,793 vessels called at the Western Mediterranean hub for bunkers during the first four months of this year. This is higher than the 1,691 calls recorded for the equivalent period in 2020.

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Industry News

BP to supply in Auckland

Oil major BP is to supply VLSFO and MGO at Auckland, New Zealand.

It will use the bunker barge Awanuia, owned by Ports of Auckland subsidiary Seafuels, to re-enter the New Zealand market. The New Zealand-flagged vessel can deliver 2,900 tonnes of fuel oil and 600 tonnes gasoil at the same time.

Techfast to buy bunker barge

Malaysia-based components manufacturing group Techfast Holdings is expanding into bunkering activities and has been contracted,

under two separate agreements, to supply up to 50,000 tonnes of bunker fuel to Singapore-based Wise Marine.

VPS on acquisition trail

Major marine fuel testing company VPS has acquired Singapore-based PGI Industries,

which provides transformer oil sampling and testing services.

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Worries over X-Press Pearl’s bunkers

The main perceived pollution threat following the sinking of the Singapore-flag container ship X-Press Pearl

 has been plastic pellets which had been part of the cargo and spilled into the sea, threatening fisheries and covering beaches.

Peninsula renews credit facility

Major bunker and energy supplier Peninsula has confirmed the renewal of its syndicated $350 million European credit facility.

The facility includes an increase in a two-year committed tranche from $140 million to $210 million, representing, the company says “the syndicate’s continued endorsement and confidence in Peninsula’s business model”.

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

Vitol launches global bunkering service

& emission offsets

Major energy and bunker trader Vitol has launched Vitol Bunkers, which will “offer ship and fleet owners worldwide access to high quality marine fuels, blended to meet required specifications”.

Aegean quits as Singapore physical supplier

Volumes increase

at Singapore

Total bunker sales in Singapore for the first five months of 2021 totalled 21.2 million tonnes, up slightly on the same months in 2020. Most sales were of VLSFO but with HSFO taking about a quarter of the total.

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More bunker calls at Gibraltar

Rock sees marine fuel supply sector pick up despite absence of cruise ships

Port of Gibraltar has announced that 1,793 vessels called at the Western Mediterranean hub for bunkers during the first four months of this year. This is higher than the 1,691 calls recorded for the equivalent period in 2020.

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XIV All-Russian Forum

Current state and Prospects of Development of the Russian bunkering Services Market

June 24-25, 2021 Saint Petersburg, hotel “Ambassador”

Risk may emerge in 2021

cautions KPI Ocean Connect boss

In a recent online statement, KPI Ocean Connect CEO Søren Høll has warned risk that have been overshadowed by Covid-19 may come to the surface.

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Monjasa wins cargo claim case

Denmark’s Supreme Court

has confirmed previous decisions by lower courts that found that bunker trader and supplier Monjasa is not liable to pay Stena Oil US$6.5 million in compensation regarding the sale of bunker fuel cargo by the government of São Tomé and Príncipe in 2013.

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GP Global unit seeks debt moratorium in Singapore

The Singapore-based subsidiary of troubled trader and supplier GP Global

GP Global APAC Pte Ltd, has applied to the Singapore High Court for a six-month debt moratorium

Straits Inter Logistics expands with additional vessel for HSFO

A subsidiary of Malaysia-based Straits Inter Logistics (SIL),

Sierra Pioneer Marine, has bought an additional bunker tanker, the Guo Kang No 1, from
Singapore-based Ocean World
Inc for US$1.6 million.

Port of Rotterdam

MIXED FORTUNES IN 2020

Singapore and Rotterdam see growth but bunker volumes dip sharply in Panama

Singapore has reported a “resilient” 2020 maritime performance despite Covid-19, with sales amounting to 49.8 million tonnes, an increase of 5.0% year-on-year. This keeps the south-east Asian hub solidly in the number one
spot globally.

©AMSOL has taken delivery of the bunker tanker Isiqalo

AMSOL's new contract

South African tanker and bunker barge

operator AMSOL has recently been awarded a “multi-year” contract by Shell Downstream South Africa.

Sara Brady

Female leadership can be “game changer”

Female leadership should be a priority for maritime businesses,

“particularly in the bunker industry where women make up just 9% of senior positions”, according to bunker broker, trader and risk manager LQM Petroleum Services.

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UK Club bunkering training video

In the first of its new ‘Inside Ship’ series of training films

 the UK P&I Club focuses on the importance of taking proper samples during bunker operations

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New electronic platform used for delivery

Minerva Bunkering completed its first bunker delivery

conducted entirely over Minerva’s new Advanced Delivery Platform (ADP) in November, to a vessel owned by shipowner Hafnia.

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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.

Aegean quits as Singapore physical supplier

Aegean quits as Singapore physical supplier

New offering introduces unsecured finance via digital platform

Digital bunker fuel and lubricant platform Bulugo has partnered with Whitehall Finance to offer bunker fuel and lubricant buyers up to US$20 million external unsecured finance.

The Thun Grace arrives at the Port of Lowestoft. ©Turner Photography

New North Sea bunkering terminal​

UK-based ports company Associated British Ports (ABP)

says it has spent more than £250,000 (US$329,000) building a new fuel bunkering facility at Lowestoft, aimed at supplying the UK Southern North Sea (SNS) energy sector.

OW's auditors fined

ow's auditors fined

Two auditors from accountancy firm Deloitte have been fined a total DKK 200,000 (US$ 31,840)​

by the Danish Board of Auditors for their role in the audit of now bankrupt major bunker player OW Bunker before the company’s listing in 2014, according to press reports

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IMO and IBIA

respond to Covid-19

Shipping faced considerable disruption as the pandemic spread but IBIA reports the bunkering industry “remains resilient”

New bunker tanker

at Fremantle

BP Marine has time chartered the 8,646 dwt newbuilding Absolute
I from her bareboat charterer Australia-based ASP Ships Group for delivering bunkers at Fremantle, Kwinana and at the local anchorages.

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EU Customs rules

“complicate bunker business”

Rotterdam, Antwerp and Hamburg-based bunker supplier Trefoil has contracted Inatech to overhaul its management systems because of new Customs rules that “further complicate the region’s bunker
business after IMO 2020”.

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GP Global on expansion trail

Major oil industry player GP Global


has launched bunkering operations
at Jebel Ali Port and Hamburg.

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Insurers require condition surveys for tankers carrying HFO cargo

The International Group of P&I Clubs has announced

that all sea-going vessels aged 10 years or more which have carried heavy HFO as cargo within the previous 12 months will be subject to a condition survey, unless certain conditions apply.

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Rotterdam bunker volumes down

Total marine fuel sales

 at Rotterdam fell from 9.5 million cubic metres to 9.0 million cubic metres in 2019, compared to 2018

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IGF Code distance learning course

Maritime e-Learning training provider Videotel,

has launched what it describes as “the world’s first fully approved online learning course on the use of gases or other low-flashpoint fuels covered within the International Code of Safety for Ships using Gases or other Low-flashpoint Fuels (IGF Code)”.

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Ocean Tankers

in judicial management

A Singapore court has appointed two locally-based executives of international accountants Ernst & Young as interim judicial managers of Ocean Tankers,
whose fleet of some 100 vessels includes nine bunker barges.

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Bunker buyers expect price rises

Despite recent low bunker prices,

a “significant proportion” of marine fuel buyers still do not have any risk management strategies in place to mitigate expected price rises, according to LQM Petroleum Services.

Big players join forces

Trafigura, Frontline and Golden Ocean in new bunker supply jv

Shipping companies Frontline and Golden Ocean Group Limited have entered into a non-binding term sheet agreement with multinational commodity trading company Trafigura Group to set up a global bunker supplier joint venture. 

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Quadrise Fuels in two new deals

Quadrise Fuels International, which is developing new emulsion fuels,

has signed a non-binding agreement with energy consultancy Merlin Energy Resources to develop the Quadrise alternative fuel products.

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Neste’s VLSFO

Finnish oil company Neste is to offer a 0.50% sulphur compliant marine fuel from the fourth quarter of 2019.

It will be produced by its refinery in Porvoo, Finland, and be available in North West Europe.

ExxonMobil charters

LNG-fuelled bunker barge

ExxonMobil Asia Pacific has chartered Singapore-based Sinanju Tankers Holdings’ bunker tanker to deliver its new VLSFO in Singapore.

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American Club’s bunkering guidance

P&I insurer The American Club has issued a five-part series of animations providing guidance to seafarers on bunkering best practices

 The animations address best practices generally and those specific to forthcoming requirements under Annex
VI to MARPOL.

Indonesian domestic shipping to keep using 3.50% sulphur

The Indonesian government has announced it will not enforce the 0.50% sulphur limit on its domestic shipping fleet.

Indonesian-flagged ships will be allowed to continue to use 3.50% sulphur fuel without the use of scrubbers. An official from the country’s Ministry of Transportation said that the cost of doing so would be too high. He was quoted by Reuters as saying: “We always put forward national interest as consideration in making the decision.”

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Singapore supplier loses licence

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has revoked Southernpec’s bunker supplier licence after the company’s employees were found to have

“engaged in bunker malpractices, which include the use of magnets to interfere with the mass flow meter during bunkering operations”.

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

New Malaysian bunker hub planned

Malaysia’s Johor Port Authority (JPA) is planning a RM2 billion ($477 million) oil storage and bunkering facility within Tanjung Pelepas Free Zone.

The idea of a bunkering hub at Johor, dubbed Bunker Island, that could rival Singapore has been around for a long time, at least 17 years, but JPA now appears to have firm plans for a facility on Tanjung Bin Island, using 100 acres of reclaimed land.

BIG PLAYERS JOIN FORCES

Trafigura, Frontline and Golden Ocean in new bunker supply JV

Shipping companies Frontline and Golden Ocean Group Limited have entered into a non-binding term sheet agreement with multinational commodity trading company Trafigura Group to set up a global bunker supplier joint venture. Frontline and Golden Ocean are to acquire 15% and 10% interests in the JV, respectively and Trafigura will contribute its existing physical bunkering activities.

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Drone ‘sniffs’ sulphur emissions

A large drone has started start checking emissions

 from ships in Danish waters to make sure they comply with the 0.10% sulphur limit that applies in the area

Environment

ABS

launches Global Sustainability Center

US-based classification society ABS has established a new research and certification centre in Singapore to help maritime transition to a sustainable, lower emissions industry.

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New research

institute for alternative energy

A new institute based in Japan will link together ship and marine related research projects with research locations.

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Low carbon

shipping group expands

The Panama Canal Authority and A.P. Moller – Maersk are the latest organisations to join the IMO-supported Global Industry Alliance to Support Low Carbon Shipping (GIA).

bio fuels

Genoil

results witnessed by LR

Clean technology engineering company Genoil says that Lloyd’s Register’s – Fuel Oil Bunker Analysis and Advisory Service (FOBAS) has witnessed the outcome of a demonstration of its Hydroconversion Upgrader.

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World Fuel Services

increases bunker capacity at Gibraltar

US-based World Fuel Services (WFS), through its fully owned subsidiary Gib Oil Limited, has extended its capacity in the port of Gibraltar with the addition of two barges to its physical bunker operations.

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Refineries

The Swedish Club

The world’s refineries can produce more than enough quality 0.50% marine fuel oil (MFO) in 2020, according to a new report on the IMO’s 2020 sulphur emissions regulations for global shipping

Verifavia in deals with big ship managers

Emissions verification company Verifavia

 has signed deals with Wallem Ship Management in Hong Kong and Zeaborn Ship Management in Hamburg (a consolidation of ER Schiffahrt and Rickmers Shipmanagement), to conduct verification services for EU Monitoring Reporting and Verification (MRV) and the IMO’s Data Collection System (DCS), as well as certification of associated IT systems.

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Just-in-time sailing saves CO2

If sea-going vessels were better informed about the availability of berths and adapted their speed accordingly,

substantial savings could be made in terms of fuel and CO2 emissions, according to a new study commissioned by the Port of Rotterdam Authority and research institute TNO.

Rotor sails fitted on Maersk tanker

Norsepower, together with project partners Maersk Tankers,

Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) and Shell Shipping & Maritime, has installed two Norsepower Rotor Sails onboard Maersk Tankers Long Range 2 (LR2) product tanker Maersk Pelican.
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To survive suppliers

“must change business models”

Physical fuel suppliers need to fundamentally transform the traditional models of supply in order to survive, according to Adrian Tolson, Senior Partner at the 20|20 Marine Energy maritime consultancy.

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Aegean granted restructuring approval

Major global bunker trader and supplier Aegean Marine Petroleum Network Inc

was granted interim approval by the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York in late November for all of the company’s first day motions related to its voluntary Chapter 11 restructuring.

Slow speed engines “have lower claims”

Slow speed engines “have lower claims”

The Swedish Club

says that its latest statistics show that vessels propelled by medium/high speed engines have a claims frequency 2.5 times higher than slow speed engines, with an average claims cost of close to US$650,000

Refineries

“can produce enough 0.50% fuel oil”

The world’s refineries can produce more than enough quality 0.50% marine fuel oil (MFO) in 2020,
according to a new report on the IMO’s 2020 sulphur emissions regulations for global shipping

LR launches MRV compliance program

Lloyd’s Register (LR) has launched an online verification service,

 CO2 Verifier, that it says “provides a simple solution to comply with both the EU monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) regulation and the IMO Data Collection System (DCS)”.

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Wärtsilä company in LNG-fuelled bulker project

Wärtsilä subsidiary Eniram has signed

a memorandum of understanding with Athens-based Arista Shipping to participate in its Project Forward to develop a dry bulk carrier that features “an unprecedented high level of energy efficiency”.

Bellona Foundation and Carnival Corporation in sustainable cruise tourism pact

The Bellona Foundation and cruise ship giant Carnival Corporation,

with nine global cruise line brands, have agreed to work together to continue improving environmental and sustainability impact.

Gothenburg to keep LNG discount at 20% in 2019

Gothenburg to keep LNG discount at 20% in 2019

Sweden’s Port of Gothenburg

 says it will keep its discount on port tariffs at 20% for LNG-fuelled vessels in 2019 before starting to phase them out in 2020 with a reduction to 10%.

Slow speed engines “have lower claims”

Slow speed engines “have lower claims”

The Swedish Club

says that its latest statistics show that vessels propelled by medium/high speed engines have 
a claims frequency 2.5 times higher than slow speed engines, with an average claims cost of close to US$650,000

©An EnergySail array can be incorporated into EMP’s Aquarius

RO-RO EEDI “CORRECTED”

Global ferry operators’ trade association

Interferry has welcomed IMO’s 20% “correction” in its Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) calculation formula for ro-ro and ro-pax vessels and described the move

“as an incentive to revive newbuild projects that have been inhibited by the current criteria”      

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Rotterdam’s looks to lead in

“energy transition”

 Following an exceptionally strong increase in container throughput,

of 12.3% by tonnes, in  2017 Port of Rotterdam is looking to invest in infrastructure for alternative

Biofuels available

at Rotterdam

VARO Energy subsidiary REINPLUS FIWADO Bunker and GoodFuels Marine say they are working together to make European inland shipping more sustainable. 

World Fuel Services now has a physical presence at Tampa Bay

BIMCO’s new Bunker Terms

New document is “major step in the right direction” says IBIA

IBIA has reviewed the BIMCO Bunker Terms 2018 and some of our members have participated in the redrafting of the document. The revised BIMCO Standard Bunker Terms and Conditions, which replace the 2015 edition, were approved by BIMCO’s Documentary Committee on 2 May.
 

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Ship fuel oil

reporting requirements in force

Requirements for ships to collect data on their fuel oil consumption entered into force on 1 March as well as other important amendments to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL).

World Fuel Services

becomes physical supplier at Tampa

World Fuel Services (WFS) says it is now able to supply fuel oil and marine diesel from Port Manatee to vessels in the Tampa Bay area.

Commercial production

of EnergySail and Aquarius MRE closer

In what is described as a major step towards bringing rigid sails onto powered ships, Eco Marine Power (EMP) has signed a patent license agreement with Teramoto Iron Works Ltd concerning patents related to EMP’s EnergySail and Aquarius MRE technologies.

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Rotterdam’s looks to lead in

“energy transition”

 Following an exceptionally strong increase in container throughput, of 12.3% by tonnes, in  2017 Port of Rotterdam is looking to invest in infrastructure for alternative fuels.

bio fuels

Biofuels available

at Rotterdam

VARO Energy subsidiary REINPLUS FIWADO Bunker and GoodFuels Marine say they are working together to make European inland shipping more sustainable.  As a result advanced biofuels from GoodFuels Marine are available at the port of Rotterdam and also along inland shipping routes in the Netherlands through the REINPLUS FIWADO Bunker bunker network as well.

Oil will still be main marine fuel in 2050

Fewer oil spills

Statistics for oil spills from tankers for almost five decades show a progressive downward trend

according the International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation (ITOPF). The average number of spills greater than, or equal to, 7 tonnes in size has continuously reduced and, since 2010, averages around seven per year. For ‘large spills’, of greater than 700 tonnes, the yearly average, which was around 25 in the 1970s has reduced dramatically to less than two since 2010.

Genoil says

new its technology can produce 0.50%S fuel

Publicly traded clean technology engineering company, Genoil says its newly developed Hydroconversion Upgrader (GHU), can convert heavy or sour crude oil into much more valuable, 0.50% compliant low sulphur oil,
at a fraction of the cost of traditional refining processes.

South Korea seizes ship

over “illegal oil transfer”

South Korean authorities seized the 16,500 dwt Hong Kong-flag tanker Lighthouse Winmore when she arrived Yeosu in November. 

Marsh warns on emissions regulations

Marsh warns

at Kiel Canal

Major global bunker supplier Aegean Marine Petroleum Network Inc. announced that it would commence physical supply operations on the Kiel Canal, Germany from January 2018.

Aegean supplies at Kiel Canal

Aegean supplies

at Kiel Canal

Major global bunker supplier Aegean Marine Petroleum Network Inc. announced that it would commence physical supply operations on the Kiel Canal, Germany from January 2018.

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

DNV GL:

“Oil will still be main marine fuel in 2050”

In 2050, oil will remain the main fuel option for trading vessels, but natural gas will step up to become the second-most widely used fuel, and new low carbon alternatives will proliferate, according to a new study by classification society DNV GL

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Brightoil aims to

“transform the way bunker fuel is traded”

Brightoil Bunker Online E-Delivery platform is now live and includes
a Forward Fixed Price (FFP) facility which the company says will make “the process of buying bunkers anywhere in the world faster, easier and more transparent”.

ABS to analyse LPG’s potential as a marine fuel

ABS to analyse LPG’s

potential as a marine fuel

US-based classification society American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) is to provide Dorian LPG with an in-depth techno-economic analysis, laying out compliance options for impending global sulphur cap requirements, including the potential for using LPG as a fuel. Dorian LPG owns and operates a fleet of very large gas carriers (VLGCs), transporting liquefied petroleum gas around the world.

Sanjeev Sarin CEO Fujairah National Shipping

Fujairah National Shipping

aims to be “one-stop-shop”

Fujairah National Shipping (FNS) says that it is launching an ambitious bid to challenge network rivals in the Gulf by aiming to become one of the top three maritime services companies in the region by the end of 2018.

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Panama Canal launches

environmental assessment tool

The Panama Canal has launched its Emissions Calculator, an innovative new tool which will offer shippers the most accurate assessment of their carbon emissions, rank those who have reduced the most emissions by transiting the Canal versus alternate routes, and encourage action to reduce carbon footprints.

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2020 confusion

A marine industry survey conducted by ExxonMobil

 

Survey finds that the route to compliance with IMO’s 2020 0.50% global sulphur cap is unclear for many vessel operators.

The oil major says that the results highlight an ongoing sense of confusion and lack of preparedness, with 70% of respondents saying that they do not believe the industry is ready for the deadline.

Genoil links with Bomin for low sulphur projects​

Aim is to meet demand for
compliant fuels in 2020​

Genoil Inc, a publicly traded clean technology engineering company for the petroleum industries, has announced the signing of 
a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Bomin Group, 
a leading global physical supplier and trader of marine fuel,
for a potential collaboration to develop low sulphur fuel products compliant with the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) 0.50% global low sulphur fuel limit.

“K”Line’s CO2 target

“science based“

Japanese shipping group “K” Line CO2 reduction targets have been certified by the Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi) to be scientifically consistent with achieving the Paris Agreement goal of keeping global temperature increases below 2deg C.

First LNG bunkering

Australia

The first commercial LNG bunkering operation in Australia has been undertaken by Wesfarmers’ EVOL LNG in the north-west of the country. Under an agreement with Woodside, EVOL LNG successfully refuelled the platform supply vessel, Siem Thiima, on 23 January at King Bay Supply Base near Dampier.

Start-up

firm We4Sea aims
to boost fuel efficiency

Netherlands-based Mainport Innovation Fund II, comprising KLM, Schiphol Group, Delft University of Technology, Port of Amsterdam

and NS Dutch Railways, is investing €400,000 in We4Sea, a maritime technology start-up focused on increasing the fuel efficiency

of seagoing ships. With the investment, We4Sea wants to accelerate its growth in the maritime transport sector.

Alfa Laval

expands gas testing facility

In March 2017 Alfa Laval opened

an extension to its Test & Training Centre In March 2017 Alfa Laval opened an extension to its

Test & Training Centre in Aalborg, Denmark for the opening of the expansion into gas testing. 

New MSAR

fuel’s performance “positive”

Progress on the new MSAR fuel is continuing. In the UK company’s interim result to December 2016 the Executive Chairman of Quadrise Fuels International (QFI), Mike Kirk, says: “The performance of MSAR® on the marine trial vessel has been positive and we expect the recent interim inspection to confirm this.

Calpam

delivers in France

Bolloré group’s German subsidiary Calpam is to use Bolloré’s terminals and oil logistics network to supply ships in French ports to serve all international customers.

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