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Fuels

The price and emergence of new fuels will largely determine how the shipping industry transitions into a more sustainable and efficient future.

 

Shipping’s biggest challenge is a shift in mindset, not fuel

Shipping is an industry of regulatory laggards, where first-mover advantage is routinely proved to be a costly and naïve myth. Will a ‘wait and see’ attitude to the immediate question of 2020 compliance mean the woolly aspirations of 2050’s 50% cut in carbon becomes someone else’s can to kick down the road?

International IMO Bunkers

Singapore prepares for 2020 low-sulphur rules

To kick-start the use of liquefied natural gas as a marine fuel, MPA has co-funded the construction of eight LNG-fuelled vessels

Singapore Ports and Logistics Bunkers

Call for greater transparency on low-sulphur bunker surcharges

Carriers need to communicate with their shipper customers better to explain how new bunker adjustment factor surcharges are being calculated

International Maersk Group Containers

Intercargo says sulphur cap approach flawed

Intercargo chairman believes the implications of introducing a sulphur cap should have been addressed with fuel suppliers first

International Europe United Kingdom

 

 

 

Fuel suppliers seek to quell industry concerns

Not all suppliers are born equal and 2020 will highlight the quality differences, says ExxonMobil

International IMO Bunkers

Intercargo says sulphur cap approach flawed

Intercargo chairman believes the implications of introducing a sulphur cap should have been addressed with fuel suppliers first

International Europe United Kingdom

Shell plans supply ports for very low sulphur fuel oil

In Asia, Singapore is the only location where Shell would supply very low sulphur fuel oil from 2020

International Bunkers IMO
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BW Group clinches new charter deals for two LNG newbuilds

Both the LNG newbuild vessels are scheduled for delivery between 2019 and 2020
Singapore Ship operations

US steps in to back experience-building phase after 2020

Data-gathering proposal by the biggest flag states and shipping associations handed huge boost as US throws its weight behind an experience building phase

United States IMO

UK's coastguard agency raises fees

The fee increases that take effect on November 13 mark the first rise in such prices to have taken place for more than 10 years

Ship operations United Kingdom

IMO agrees greenhouse gas strategy to 2023

The IMO has approved a programme to develop GHG reduction measures until 2023 under a three-pronged approach

IMO Environment

ENN orders LNG bunkers ship at Dalian Shipbuilding

Deal comes two months after government in Beijing made a proposal to promote the use of liquefied natural gas as marine fuel and to establish LNG bunkering centres in China

Asia Pacific Containers

IMO needs to prove it can be trusted over 2020, says Lim

IMO secretary-general Kitack Lim acknowledges sulphur cap safety concerns but warns the challenge is consistent implementation of the rules

IMO Political and Trade
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