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ABS and Keppel Continue to Demonstrate Digital Leadership with World’s First Smart Bunkering Vessel


ABS and Keppel Offshore & Marine are continuing their pioneering application of digital technologies by integrating Smart functions into the world’s first smart LNG bunkering vessel – FueLNG Bellina, equipped with Keppel O&M’s proprietary AssetCare Digital Solution.

ABS was selected by

Asia witnessed highest crude oil refinery maintenance globally in 2020, says GlobalData


Asia had the highest crude oil refinery capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) globally in 2020. The region had a refining capacity of 11,524 thousand barrels per day (mbd) under both planned and unplanned maintenance in 2020, according to

Fluechem Develops Revolutionary Onboard Urea Generator System


Fluechem, the UK based specialist supplier of chemical bunkering solutions has launched a revolutionary new system that allows shipping owners to create their own Urea solution onboard.

Launched at the end of 2020 the Urea Generator by Fluechem was born out

Demystifying Ship Recycling: Impermeable Floor at the Recycling Facilities in India


End-of-life vessels are delivered to the recycling facilities located on the coast of the Alang, India. The Hong Kong Convention (HKC) compliant recycling facilities in India have built the impermeable floors in recycling plots adjacent to the beach. The impermeable

Crude oil prices briefly traded below $0 in spring 2020 but have since been mostly flat


In the first half of 2020, responses to the COVID-19 pandemic led to steep declines in global petroleum demand and to volatile crude oil markets. The second half of the year was characterized by relatively stable prices as demand began

Is net zero oil and gas production possible?


The UK’s offshore oil and gas industry has committed to cutting operational emissions in half by 2030 and achieving net zero production by 2050. Operators have already taken significant steps on the path to decarbonisation – but achieving these goals

The Year in Bunkering

Twelve months ago, some analysts predicted that the impact of IMO 2020 could be as momentous as when ships’ switched fuel type from coal to fuel oil. They often went on to predict widespread availability issues, compatibility problems, and

ClassNK releases Guideline for Survey and Facilities/Equipment of LNG Bunkering Ships


Leading Classification Society ClassNK released its Guideline for Survey and Facilities/Equipment of LNG Bunkering Ships, which outline the additional safety requirements of liquefied gas carriers that supply LNG fuel at sea.

The number of LNG-fueled ships has been increasing in recent

An In-Depth Look at How Crude Oil is Moved Around the World


Following the extraction of crude oil from the ground, it must then be transported to where it needs to be. The logistical infrastructure responsible for the worldwide transportation of crude oil is staggering, to say the very least.

There are a

Rotterdam: Arrangements for moderate increase in port tariffs extended by one year


The three-year arrangement on port tariff increases that exists between the Port of Rotterdam Authority and the relevant market parties, represented by Deltalinqs and VRC, is to be extended by one year. As has been the case from 2018 to

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