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The Commission says long-term agreements between Qatar Petroleum and EU importers might be violating EU antitrust rules
A global limit of 0.5% sulphur in bunker fuel will come into force on January 1, 2020; the right option for shipowners depends on ship, trade, route and preference. Both the International Maritime Organization and owners are running out of time to address fundamental concerns including availability and cost
Survey results show a clear recognition that stricter standards will open the door for cleaner marine fuels like LNG and low-sulphur marine gas oil to replace heavy fuels, says Deloitte
Transport tech firms keen to ply their wares after the UN established a commission last year to pilot applications
Worries include supply of compliant fuels and port state control enforcement
Supply chain challenges means that the country would have to increase imports to meet its peak season demand
Australia’s push for reform of the IMO has been boosted by the support of Liberia and the Bahamas, which are the world’s third and seventh-largest flag states respectively
A complaint has been made by the European Shippers’ Council competition commissioner about emergency bunker charges
The European Commission will hold hearings in the third quarter of the year ahead of a decision on whether to extend consortia rules
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