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Vitol’s V-Bunkers to bring electric-hybrid bunker tankers to Singapore harbour


Vitol’s Singaporean bunker operations company, V-Bunkers, has placed an order to build two electric-hybrid bunker tankers. V-Bunkers intends to deploy these bunker tankers for harbour operations in Singapore, thereby significantly reducing carbon emissions within the port.

The bunker tankers are being

ENGINE: Americas Bunker Fuel Availability Outlook

Nicholas has caused less lasting damage than Ida, which halved US Gulf Coast fuel oil production last week.

Tropical storm Nicholas hit Houston and other Texan ports without wreaking too much havoc this week. Port authorities and energy suppliers had

MABUX: Bunker Prices On Moderate Growth Path


On a Week 37, the MABUX World Bunker Index showed moderate growth. The 380 HSFO index rose by 10.95 USD: from 457.20 USD / MT to 468152 USD / MT, the VLSFO index increased by 12.38 USD: from 552.45 USD

Hurricane Ida disrupted crude oil production and refining activity


On Sunday, August 29, Hurricane Ida made landfall near Port Fourchon, Louisiana, as a Category 4 hurricane. As a result of the hurricane, 96% of crude oil production and 94% of natural gas production in the U.S. federally administered areas

METHANOL – Full Ahead on the voyage to zero


The bunker industry must invest in the shift to low and zero-carbon fuels as we look ahead to the next IMO regulatory milestone. SEA COMMERCE (AMERICA) discussed why METHANOL is the ideal fuel for ships at an IMarEST UAE branch

Nautilus Labs expands partnership with TotalEnergies to reduce emissions and maximize efficiency of chartered LNG fleet


Nautilus Labs, the technology firm advancing the efficiency of ocean commerce, has expanded the pilot phase initiated with TotalEnergies, the French broad energy company that produces and markets energies on a global scale, to optimize LNG carrier’s fleet performance and

Study reveals Mexico’s great potential for driving green shipping fuel production


Mexico is well-positioned to build a valuable zero carbon shipping fuels sector, as it has an abundance of renewable energy potential along with direct access to busy shipping routes. This is according to a study conducted by Ricardo and Environmental

IEA: COVID-19 Resurgence Hurt Oil Demand in Asia



• Global oil demand is estimated to have declined for three straight months due to a resurgence of Covid-19 cases in Asia. As a result, 3Q21 has been revised down by 200 kb/d since last month’s Report. Already signs are

Fueltrust Launches Bunker Insights Application To Deliver Transparency In The Marine Fuel Chain


FuelTrust, the technology company dedicated to creating a trusted and sustainable fuel ecosystem for the marine industry, today announces the launch of its Bunker Insights application, designed for shipping fleets and fuel suppliers.

Bunker Insights uses a combination of artificial intelligence

Container shipping goes digital—4 ways port authorities and terminal operators boost throughput and security


As I write this, 31 vessels are anchored and waiting for berths at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. It’s a sign of increasing congestion around the world, caused by a surge in imports, worker shortages, and shutdowns

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