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Enes Tunagur

Sustainability Editor


Enes joined Lloyd's List as Sustainability Editor in 2023. He previously worked at commodity price reporting agency Argus Media for more than six years in London, specialising in marine fuel and electricity markets. Before that role, he worked as a television reporter for the Turkish financial news channel Bloomberg HT.


Enes is from İstanbul, Türkiye (Turkey). He loves watching tennis, basketball and football and supports his hometown club Beşiktaş.

Latest From Enes Tunagur

Türkiye reinstates Bureau Veritas accreditation

Türkiye’s Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure has signed a new protocol to reinstate BV’s accreditation in the country after a Court of Cassation order led to its cancellation in April

Classification Turkey

Ports climate initiative to set up green fuel readiness framework

Project agrees to an extension with a new focus on clean fuels, shore power and green corridors following Rotterdam’s example

Sustainability Ports and Logistics

VLSFO 14 times more likely to be off-spec sulphur in ARA than Singapore, Integr8 report shows

Bunker suppliers may be struggling to find low-sulphur gasoil blending components since the sanctions against Russia, as supply from the country dominated the fuel oil market in Europe before the invasion

Bunkers Netherlands

EU leads on green fuels but strict rules may hinder production

The EU is set to adopt the world’s first tangible green marine fuel targets in a few months, while also trying to boost renewable fuel production. However, experts warn some guidelines could work against the bloc’s climate goals

EU Fuels

EU Commission approves Inmarsat sale to Viasat

European Commission gives green-light to the deal after finding transaction would not raise competition concerns because the parties’ market position would remain moderate

Technology and Innovation Political and Trade

Wärtsilä’s ammonia dual-fuel engine to be ready at the end of 2023

Green ammonia and green methanol are expected to be the primary zero-emissions marine fuels to help the industry decarbonise

Wartsila Technology and Innovation
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