Thursday, September 20, 2018

ONE’s Stance on 2020 Global Sulphur Limit

From 2020, regulation for sulphur content in fuel oil will be tightened by MARPOL 2020 Global Sulphur Limit to reduce the amount of sulphur...

Dirty secrets: Tainted Shipping Fuel Sparks Calls for Tighter Quality Control

A wave of contaminated fuel that has clogged and damaged engines on hundreds of oil tankers and container vessels in the past months has...

Shell Marine Discusses Engine Production Beyond 2020

Marine lubricant choices to address International Maritime Organization restrictions on the fuels used by ships from 2020 must be based on verifiable cylinder oil...

China’s Jinhui Holdings Set to Opt for Low Sulphur Fuel Oil for IMO 2020...

Hong Kong-listed Jinhui Holdings Company Limited is set to opt for low sulfur fuel oil to comply with the International Maritime Organization’s global sulfur...

Maersk Sees Fuel Bill Soaring by USD 2 Billion From 2020 Rules

The world’s largest container shipping line says adhering to stricter environmental standards could add at least $2 billion to its annual fuel bill from...

Sulphur Cap 2020: Small Shipowners Edgy about Meeting Standards

In 2020 the global bunker market will shift to a cleaner yet more expensive 0.5% sulphur marine fuel but the vast capital required to...

Gulf Navigation Holding Upgrades Fleet to Meet New IMO Standards

Gulf Navigation Holding (PJSC), which is listed in the Dubai Financial Market (DFM) under the trading symbol ‘GULFNAV’ has announced its financial results for...

Shipping-Fuel Rule Change Cuts Demand for Canadian Oil

As if pipeline bottlenecks weren’t enough, Canadian heavy oil producers are facing a new barrier to marketing their crude. New rules limiting the amount of...

WILL SHIP OWNERS BE REELING FROM YET MORE REGULATIONS?

There is never a calm sea when you’re involved in the shipping world. The waves of economic fortune change as often as the global...

Scrubber Demand Booming as Oil Market Braces for IMO Regulations

Demand for high sulphur fuel oil is expected to crater in 2020 when the International Maritime Organization introduces a cap on sulphur. But companies...