imo 2020


Tuesday, August 27, 2019
container shipping
Maritime News

France’s Macron Says Slow-Steaming Needed to Tackle Climate Change

By Alexander Whiteman (The Loadstar) – President Emmanuel Macron chose this week’s G7 summit to reaffirm France’s commitment to slow-steaming as the

August 27, 2019
Total Views: 9

Thursday, August 22, 2019
product tanker mr oil ship
Maritime News

West African Oil Hits Sweet Spot with IMO 2020

By Noah Browning LONDON, Aug 22 (Reuters) – African states like Chad and Cameroon are shaping up to be big winners from new rules to cut sulfur emissions

August 22, 2019
Total Views: 12

Tuesday, August 20, 2019
ship emissions
Maritime News

Indonesia Says it Will Enforce IMO 2020 Fuel Rules on Schedule

JAKARTA, Aug 20 (Reuters) – Indonesian-flagged ships will comply with new low-sulphur fuel rules that start next year, the country’s Ministry of

August 20, 2019
Total Views: 10

Maritime News

U.S. Sanctions Are Forcing Iran to Ditch Push to Cleaner Fuels

By Verity Ratcliffe (Bloomberg) –Iran is about to burn a lot more fuel oil as a result of U.S. sanctions and new global shipping rules, reversing the

August 20, 2019
Total Views: 16

Friday, August 16, 2019
ship emissions
Maritime News

Dirty Fuel Margins Plunge as IMO 2020 Looms

By Ahmad Ghaddar and Julia Payne LONDON, Aug 16 (Reuters) – Margins for European high sulphur fuel oil (HSFO), used to power ships, sank this week as

August 16, 2019
Total Views: 4

Tuesday, August 13, 2019
tankers at anchor
Maritime News

Low Sulphur Fuel Giant Planned for Launch

OSLO, Aug 13 (Reuters) – Commodities trader Trafigura is joining forces with shipping firms Frontline and Golden Ocean to supply marine fuel ahead of a

August 13, 2019
Total Views: 12

TI Oceania tanker
Maritime News

Euronav’s Giant ‘Oceania’ Starts 12,400-Mile Trip to Fuel-Storage Zone

By Jack Wittels and Timothy Abington (Bloomberg) –The world’s biggest oil tanker has begun a 12,400-mile voyage to a fuel-storage zone in Asia, the

August 13, 2019
Total Views: 167

Friday, August 2, 2019
Ship Scrubbers
Environment

The 340-Mile Line of Ships Waiting to Clean Up

By Alex Longley (Bloomberg) Head to the shipyards of Shanghai, Singapore or Hamburg and you’ll soon find them full to the brim with vessels rushing to clean

August 2, 2019
Total Views: 67

Tuesday, July 30, 2019
ship emissions
Maritime News

Calls for IMO 2020 Grace Period Mount as Deadline Looms

By Mike Wackett (The Loadstar) – Growing safety concerns around the IMO’s 0.5% sulphur cap on marine fuels has led to talk of a period of “permitted

July 30, 2019
Total Views: 33

Friday, July 26, 2019
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Maritime News

Indonesia Says it Won’t Enforce IMO 2020 Rules on Domestic Fleet

By Bernadette Christina and Roslan Khasawneh JAKARTA/SINGAPORE, July 26 (Reuters) – Indonesia will not enforce new global rules mandating low-sulphur

July 26, 2019
Total Views: 45

Wednesday, July 24, 2019
A bunker vessel prepares to supply fuel to Hin Leong's Pu Tuo Shan VLCC supertanker in the waters off Jurong Island in Singapore
Maritime News

Countdown to 2020: Singapore’s Ocean Tankers Tests IMO-Compliant Fuel

By Roslan Khasawneh and Chen Aizhu ONBOARD THE PU TUO SAN, July 25 (Reuters) – Off the coast of Singapore, the world’s largest ship refuelling

July 24, 2019
Total Views: 51

ships at anchor
Maritime News

China to Expand Discharge Ban on Open-Loop Exhaust Scrubbers -Draft

BEIJING, July 24 (Reuters) – China will extend a ban on discharging the waste water from open-loop scrubbers to more coastal regions starting in 2020,

July 24, 2019
Total Views: 10

Tuesday, July 23, 2019
ship emissions
Maritime News

INTERCARGO Raises Safety Concerns Over 2020 Fuel Switch

With just five months to go until the IMO 2020 sulphur cap, the International Association of Dry Cargo Shipowners has expressed its concern over the

July 23, 2019
Total Views: 5

Thursday, July 18, 2019
Singapore anchorage
Maritime News

Singapore Fuel Inventories Fall Ahead of IMO 2020

By Roslan Khasawneh SINGAPORE, July 18 (Reuters) – Oil product inventories in the Singapore storage and trading hub fell to an eight-month low in the

July 18, 2019
Total Views: 4

Wednesday, July 17, 2019
scrubber installation
Maritime News

Weaker Scrubber Demand Takes Shine Off Alfa Laval’s Results

STOCKHOLM, July 17 (Reuters) – Sweden’s Alfa Laval reported a fall in quarterly orders on Wednesday on weaker-than-expected demand for ship exhaust

July 17, 2019
Total Views: 17

Tuesday, July 16, 2019
wave breaking over tanker
Maritime News

How Great Shifts in Oil Market Calmed 2020 Ship Fuel Panic

By Jack Wittels – (Bloomberg) –As recently as a year ago, the oil market was in a panic about changes to the kind of fuel that ships must burn.

July 16, 2019
Total Views: 3

ship emissions
Maritime News

Asia Refiners Test the Waters with Exports of IMO 2020-Compliant Fuel

By Jane Chung and Florence Tan SEOUL/SINGAPORE, July 16 (Reuters) – Refineries in Taiwan and South Korea are testing the market for fuels that meet new

July 16, 2019
Total Views: 6

Monday, July 8, 2019
ship emissions
Maritime News

Hedge Funds Chart Course Through ‘IMO 2020’ Storm

By Jonathan Saul, Maiya Keidan and Tom Arnold LONDON, July 8 (Reuters) – Shipping companies, refineries, freight derivatives or diesel cracks?

July 8, 2019
Total Views: 1

Wednesday, July 3, 2019
Maritime News

First Signs of IMO 2020 Starting to Rock the Oil Market

(Bloomberg) –They may still be six months away, but new rules on marine fuels are already sending shock-waves through the little-known world of refinery

July 3, 2019
Total Views: 28

Monday, July 1, 2019
ship emissions
Maritime News

Oil Refineries Have Been Too Slow on Vital Fuel Change, BIMCO Says

By Firat Kayakiran (Bloomberg) –The world’s oil refineries could have done more to be ready in time for new rules governing the kind of fuel that

July 1, 2019
Total Views: 5