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NORDEN establishes targeted decarbonisation role


NORDEN has established a new, dedicated decarbonisation position to drive NORDEN's decarbonisation efforts and meet the company's ambitious emission reduction targets. The new role will accelerate NORDEN's development of CO2 neutral transportation to customers and gather contributions throughout the organisation

New Report Outlines Policies Needed to Deliver Brexit Freeport Success


A new trade campaign coalition has published a report calling on the Government to grant special economic status to airports and seaports in order to stimulate international investment, reshore manufacturing and ultimately lower prices for consumers in a post-Brexit Britain.


Tankers: Market Still Showing Signs of Weakness


Rates in the Middle East Gulf fell this week, as 280,000mt to the US Gulf, basis Cape to Cape, is now assessed two points lower at WS 25. 270,000mt to China is down almost 10 points from

Industrial maintenance in the digital age – will flying cars become a reality?


One of my all-time favorite visions of the future is the dream of a flying car. The Wright Brothers got the Wright Flyer in the air in 1903. The Ford Model T was launched in 1908, soon followed by Glenn

Permian Basin natural gas prices up as a new pipeline nears completion


Natural gas spot prices at the Waha hub in western Texas, located near Permian Basin production, settled at $1.55/million British thermal units (MMBtu) on August 15, the highest price since March 2019. This price increase coincides with the 2 billion

Global gas market dynamics: three key themes


Has the LNG market already witnessed the bottom?
Having weathered a significant oversupply, many are asking if this summer marked the bottom of the LNG commodity cycle.

We think not. The market still isn't fully through the five-year supply wave of

Euronav Bought 420,000 Metric Tons And Paid For VLSFO $447 Per Metric Ton Versus $400 Per Metric Ton HSFO In Preparatio


Euronav NV today announced details on its approach towards the new Sulphur fuel regulations coming in as part of IMO 2020.

Hugo De Stoop, CEO of Euronav said: “The introduction of new Sulphur emissions regulations as part of “IMO 2020” is

Maersk and Koole Terminals to produce 0.5% sulphur marine fuel in Rotterdam


Maersk Oil Trading and Koole Terminals today announced the signing of an agreement to produce IMO 2020-compliant bunker fuel.

The production will take place at the Petrochemical Industrial Distillation (PID) unit, located at Koole's Botlek site in the heart of the

Clean Marine set to cut scrubber costs


Norwegian technology company Clean Marine is set to cut shipowners' investment and installation costs plus scrubber operating expenditure through the launch of a next generation marine exhaust gas scrubber application.

The newly developed SOx scrubber (“naked scrubber”) reduces total installed weight

MV Panamana Upgraded with Fuel Consumption & Emissions Monitoring System


Eco Marine Power (EMP) has recently taken another step forward towards creating its multi-vendor platform for onboard ship systems by completing the integration of its Aquarius Management & Automation System (MAS) with the onboard fuel monitoring system installed on the

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