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Some 51 tankers in Scorpio’s fleet of 137 product tankers have yet to have scrubbers installed as of March 27, the company says in a filing
Controls on carbon emissions are likely to extend beyond European shipping companies, EU-flagged vessels and intra-EU voyages
The deputy head of China’s largest shipbuilding group has noted vanishing interest among shipowners for exhaust gas scrubber installations. The price spread between VLSFO and HSFO has dropped significantly, thereby rendering the devices economically unviable
The VLSFO-HSFO premium will likely remain narrow and more LS VGO is expected to enter the bunker pool
Inmarsat has signed up as a founding member of Asia’s first ‘Decarbonising Shipping’ initiative based in Singapore
The vessels, which will each have large-capacity lithium-ion batteries, will operate in the Tokyo Bay area
Persistent low marine fuel prices will hit the fortunes of shipowners who have invested heavily in fitting scrubbers, warns research outfit Alphatanker
Intensive carbon pricing to help both fuels, as well as ramp-up of renewable electricity supply to boost LSM production, will be required
The Finnish firm hopes to supply ammonia fuel, engines and storage services
The ONE chief executive says the industry needs to raise money to fund decarbonisation technology
The Isthmus Corridor is part of the larger Tehuantepec Isthmus programme, a development project carried out by the Mexican government. The scope of the project means it should be able to rival the Panama Canal
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