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Panama Changes Bunker Regulation! Maneuvering Fuel Requirements Revised

The Panama Canal Authority has issued advisory in order to inform on a few revised requirements regarding the maneuvering operations in Canal waters, effective...

Refinery View – Meeting 2020 Demand

Despite the 2020 decision for a global sulphur cap of 0.5% now being in place, the refining sector remains uncertain on how it will...

MOL Studying Feasibility of LNG-fuelled Capesize Bulker with Iron Ore Giants

MITSUI OSK Lines has agreed to jointly study the feasibility of a liquefied natural gas-fuelled capesize bulker with major iron ore producers such as...

McKinsey: MARPOL Annex VI a ‘Huge Factor’ for Refiners

Global refining will move toward lower utilization and margins until 2020 as capacity growth exceeds demand, particularly in Europe, according to a recent McKinsey...

Ports Turn to Natural Gas in Quest for Cleaner Marine Fuel

The tightening of emissions limits for deep-water ships has some of North America’s busiest ports chasing a new opportunity. The UN’s International Maritime Organization last...

Marine Industry: Outlook for 2017 and Beyond

Really, very major regulatory changes have been initiated in 2016 and their effect is going to reverberate for the next several years.  The Ballast...

Emissions Controls Start at Major Chinese Ports

Ships at all major commercial ports in emission control areas China set up last year are now required to burn low-sulfur fuel for the...

The Right Lubricant for the Right Use

Slow steaming has become a standard way for ship operators to save money on fuel, but it comes with a well-known risk: pitting damage...

Will Sulphur Cap Result in Increased CO2 Emissions?

The IMO's decision to implement a 0.50 percent global sulfur cap on marine fuel from 2020 could result in an overall increase in emissions...

Challenges of IMO’s 0.5% Global Bunker Sulfur Cap

What has happened so far? As most people are aware, the IMO voted in its 70th session of the Marine Environment Protection Committee (last week...
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