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LNG bunkering veteran raises boil-off gas risks

Start-up LNG Easy is mooting a bunkering concept that will send boiled off gas arising from ship refuelling operations to the shore

Asia Pacific Bunkers

Tanker linked to Lim family arrested in Singapore

German lender Hamburg Commercial Bank is one of several foreign banks exposed to Hin Leong Trading shipowning affiliate Xihe Holdings seeking to recover loans as part of an insolvency process

Singapore Tankers and Gas

Sri Lankan port launches wholesale bunker supply service

The Sinopec unit imported 25,000 tonnes of very low sulphur fuel oil into Sri Lanka in April 2020, but the distribution was stalled by the coronavirus pandemic

Asia Pacific Tankers and Gas

Israel clears Minerva Marine tanker over bunker spill

This pollution has an address — we will not ignore this environmental crime and we will take all measures possible to identify the offender,’ insists Israeli environment minister

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Japanese ship finance firm launches $5.7bn green fund

‘Maybe there will be technologies that are far better than liquefied natural gas, but today what is important is to take action. We think LNG is the best technology that is available for today,’ said CMA CGM chief executive Rodolphe Saadé

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Shipping can hit green targets through improved design and efficiency

The Wood Mackenzie statement came as CMA CGM chief executive Rodolphe Saadé said his firm will introduce liquefied natural gas-fuelled containerships on the transpacific trade later this year. ‘We can talk about projects that will happen in 10 or 15 years but what is important is what are the actions we are taking to protect the planet now,’ he said

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