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Traders seen building VLSFO stocks ahead of bunker fuel switch

The VLCC Jubilee Star, floating off Tanjung Pelapas, Malaysia, has been used for this purpose since April

Bunkers Asia Pacific

From the Newsdesk: It's more complicated than we thought

BIMCO secretary-general Angus Frew has blasted the European Union’s policies on ship recycling, digital disruption will hit seafarers hard... what will the future look like?

International Containers

What should Kitack Lim tell the Extinction Rebellion kids?

Even the IMO secretary-general has acknowledged that the shipping industry’s greenhouse gas reduction strategy needs to be more ambitious

International Environment

Viewpoint: Recycling realities

The secretary-general of BIMCO is right to suggest that the European Union’s policies on recycling are akin to protectionism

International EU

D’Amico fined $4m for US pollution violations

The Italian tanker company admitted to US authorities that crew discharged bilge water and oily waste and then lied about it

United States Regulation

Denmark turns to drones for sulphur compliance

The Danish Maritime Authority says the drone will patrol the area north of the Great Belt

EU Denmark

Scrubbers will complicate liner shipping pricing

Greater use of scrubbers will lead to more complicated cost structure for shipping lines after 2020

Asia Pacific Containers

Governments pursue new shipping emissions measures

Japan, France, Denmark, Germany and Spain are among those calling for owners to cut emissions swiftly

IMO Energy

Reduction in fossil fuel use will have major impact on maritime industry

The natural gas sector is predicted to grow the most, tripling by 2050, while the container trade will double from current levels

International Tankers and Gas
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