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Port Tracker: Imports Slowing in Second Half of the Year But 2022 Should See Gain Over 2021


After a record-setting spring, imports at the nation’s major container ports are expected to slow significantly for the remainder of the year but 2022 should still see a net gain over 2021, according to the monthly Global Port Tracker report

Russia’s natural gas pipeline exports to Europe decline to almost 40-year lows


Russia’s natural gas exports by pipeline to the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom (UK) declined by almost 40% during the first seven months of 2022 compared with the same period in 2021 and by almost 50% compared with

Tankers: VLCCs on Correction Mode



In the Middle East Gulf this week the LR2s have been subject to supply outstripping demand. TC1 has dropped 6.13 points to WS233.25. TC20, after peaking at $4.75m midweek has dropped back to $4.69m at the time of writing. The

This is the state of world’s energy – in charts


People and businesses around the world used more power in 2021 than in the year before the pandemic, as lockdowns ended and energy demand bounced back, according to an analysis from BP.

The surge in demand is the largest in history

ENGINE: Americas Bunker Fuel Availability Outlook


• Low sulphur availability normal on Gulf Coast, East Coast
• HSFO tight on East Coast, West Coast
• Weather threatens Zona Comun deliveries
North America
VLSFO and LSMGO availability is said to be normal in the Houston area and

How IoT-enabled condition monitoring enables smart ports


We have identified condition monitoring of critical assets as one of the leading use cases driving the adoption of private networks in port operations. The ability to monitor the performance of connected equipment in real time makes it possible for

Bureau Veritas delivers Approval in Principle to HELION fuel cell system, FC-Rack™


This Approval in Principle (AiP) is the result of a close collaboration between HELION and Bureau Veritas, aiming at deploying the safe use of hydrogen as an energy vector for propulsion and shore-to-ship power supply.

A new generation of marine fuel

MABUX: Bunker Prices Expected to Correct Next Week

Over the Week 31 MABUX global bunker indices continued firm downward trend. The 380 HSFO index declined by 7.44 USD: from 612.55 USD/MT to 605.11 USD/MT. The VLSFO index, also fell by 33.91 USD: from 915.11 USD/MT to 881.20

MOL Starts Joint Study on Ship Fuel with National Institute for Environmental Studies


Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. announced the launch of a joint study on ship fuel with Japan’s National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES; President: Masahide Kimoto, PhD; Location: Tsukuba-City, Ibaraki) (Note 1).

MOL and NIES, collaboration with each extensive past experience of

NYK Participates in Marine Biofuel Data Collection and Analysis Project Aiming to Establish Transparency in Biofuel Supp


NYK and Astomos Energy Corporation have participated in a marine biofuel demonstration project launched by the Global Center for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD), a non-profit organization aiming to promote decarbonization of the maritime industry.
Biofuels for ships
Biofuels can be used

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