New regulations on the maritime horizon mean biofuels will become an effective short-term option
Owner of 24 very large crude carriers said $25m cost will be paid within a year at current fuel oil price spreads
The modification will begin in fiscal 2023 with the aim of realizing demonstration operations in the port of Yokohama in fiscal 2024
SEA-LNG study claims $30.3m retrofit cost to use liquefied natural gas as marine fuel is ‘win-win’ for environment
Emission reduction programme allocates biofuel capacity to shippers’ cargoes. K+N claims this will allow customers to benefit from carbon-neutral shipping
Imagine pulling up to the petrol pump in your car and being confronted with 20 pumps, each offering various blends of different fuels. Now imagine a scenario where at each petrol station you visit next, that choice of different fuels is going to be entirely different. Welcome to the future of shipping
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore says it has completed its investigation into contaminated high-sulphur fuel oil that affected vessel engines and pumps and found that commodities trader Glencore contravened its licencing rules
Chief executive tells Lloyd’s List about his faith in the minor bulk trade market, a potential talent drain of seafarers and a rare opportunity for shipping companies to differentiate themselves
Ammonia appears to be the dream fuel: it releases no carbon dioxide and can be a zero-emission fuel if produced from clean energy sources. But leakage into manned areas could be catastrophic
Trial was the first bio-bunkering undertaken by dry bulk carrier Spar Shipping and its shipmanagement partner Fleet Management
‘The potential of ammonia as a fuel to effectively decarbonise the maritime industry is clear; however questions remain on how to maximise safe and efficient fuel delivery in a port environment,’ said Yara Clean Ammonia’s commercial head Murali Srinivasan
Company believes the biofuel mix used can be a ‘drop-in fuel’ in the future
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