Singapore: Eurofins Mechem expands ops to include surveying, sampling and testing for methanol bunker fuel
Advanced analytical services will support support clients in the shipping sector allowing for more accurate and efficient testing of methanol as a marine fuel, Bryan Quek tells bunkering publication Manifold Times.
Innospec: Slow steaming offers economic and environmental rewards, but not without sacrifices
While slow steaming may help save fuel cost and lowers emissions, it may end up being a costly endeavour for ship owners. Innospec suggests looking at smart slow steaming instead, shares Nicea Ng.
Singapore: Tallinn-based Arte Bunkering seeks repayment of USD 222,000 from charterer of “Victor 1”
Bunker claim was regarding the supply and delivery of RMG380 to the demise charter of the India-flagged oil tanker on 24 February 2022 at Yosu port, according to court documents obtained by Manifold Times.
Singapore: Gulf Petrochem FZC seeks USD 4.97 million repayment from Prime Oil Trading Pte Ltd
Claim was regarding sales of LSFO from Gulf Petrochem to Prime Oil Trading on 24 February 2020 which was due for payment on 23 June 2020 after a 120-day credit period, state court documents.
DNV overview on SMW 2023: Singapore charts forward in the maritime transition
Remi Eriksen of DNV Group, shared during event, the business case for decarbonization must involve four key factors including alternative bunker fuels once safety guidelines and bunkering infrastructure are established.
New reforms for Malaysian bunkering industry to come into force on 1 June
Malaysian government will ensure all obligations and conditions under the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships or MARPOL are implemented, says Transport Minister.