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Sulphur 2020

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

Future Fuels

Lukoil to produce IMO 2020-compliant LSFO

As shipping companies are forced to use more environmentally friendly fuel and reduce emissions, Russian refiners that produce excess heavy fuel oil could find their margins significantly squeezed

Russian Federation Bunkers

Questions remain over carriers’ ability to pass on 2020 sulphur costs

Leading freight forwarder Kuehne + Nagel is extremely cautious about securing long-term contracts into 2020 against a backdrop of high volatility in fuel prices

Asia Pacific International

Is IMO 2020 the final nail in the conventional coffin?

According to Great White Fleet president Stefano Di Paolo, the era of ‘conventional reefer shipping is over’

Europe Containers

Viewpoint: Speed or power?

Slowing down to save the environment is an easy fix that produces instant results, but it does not encourage the shipping fraternity to invest in innovation

International Dry Bulk

Fuel DNA tracking finds favour ahead of 2020

A number of large shipowners and at least five ports are interested in a new fuel product that utilises blockchain

International Bunkers

Intercargo says uncertainty dominates sulphur cap outlook

Fears are growing that the blanket application of the 2020 sulphur rules is too draconian and clumsy a measure for an industry as diverse as shipping. Dry bulk owners in particular are aghast that that their line of work is being made comparable to other types of shipping

International Fuels

Eastern Pacific supersized its dual-fuel LNG boxship order to 22 ships

Idan Ofer’s speculative order of 15,000 teu LNG dual fuel ships was significantly bigger than initially thought. In addition to the 11 vessels already chartered to CMA CGM, a further 11 sister ships are due to be delivered between 2021-22

Containers Shipbuilding

Exxon to finalise LNG investment in Mozambique

ExxonMobil’s Rovuma LNG is even larger than the Mozambique LNG project that Total SA now leads, after last month acquiring Anadarko Petroleum Corp’s interests in the development

Mozambique Tankers and Gas

The allure of carbon offsets and transitional fuels

Tristan Smith presents the argument to Lloyd’s List that investing in the wrong decarbonisation options could be dangerous

Energy Environment

Singapore stockpiles IMO-compliant fuel in floating storage

An estimated 4m tonnes of low-sulphur fuel oil is being stored on board 18 very large crude carriers around Singapore

Asia Pacific Singapore

Stena Bulk and Proman Shipping form methanol-fuelled tanker partnership

The joint venture will begin with two medium-range tankers that have not been ordered yet, but are expected to be delivered in 2022

Tankers and Gas Fuels

Minoan Lines aims for ‘green ships, no debt’

Minoan Lines has positioned itself to thrive in 2020, but fuel costs remain a volatile factor for any ferry operator

Europe Cyprus
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