Bunkering

Monjasa acquires new tanker from Golden-Agri Stena for cargo and bunkering operations

Monjasa

Monjasa Server, the Denmark based shipping company, has announced its new acquisition of a 2009-built 9,600 dwt tanker from Golden-Agri Stena. Scheduled for November 2020, the tanker is set for cargo and bunkering operations in the Arabian Gulf. With the Monjasa Server’s deployment, it will help boost Monjasa’s marine fuel …

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Singapore bunker sales remain stable, despite forecasts in bunker fuel demand decline

singapore bunker sales stable

Singapore bunker sales remain stable: The markets for many commodities including bunker fuel have been affected globally by the pandemic. However, Singapore bunker sales remain stable to slightly higher throughout 2020, despite forecasts of a 7-17% decline in bunker fuel demand. S&P Global Platts estimated that October’s low sulphur bunker …

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Port of Rotterdam announces bunker license in February 2021

bunker license

Bunker License The Port of Rotterdam, the largest seaport in Europe, has announced that it is implementing a bunker licensing scheme. Bunkering operations will need the authority’s approval starting from February 2021. Apart from Rotterdam, the operation of bunker fuels and biodiesel are allowed in Schiedam, Vlaardingen, Dordrecht, Zwijndrecht and …

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Singapore launches new MFM bunkering standards SS 660 and TR 80

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According to the article by Manifold Times, two bunkering standards for the local bunkering sector have been jointly launched by The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, Singapore Chemical Industry Council, Standards Development Organisation, Singapore Standards Council and Enterprise Singapore. Singapore Standard 660 (SS 660), covers the quantity measurement requirements …

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LNG to fuel competition between Chinese, Japanese and Korean shipbuilders

LNG to fuel

With demand for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) expected to rise exponentially for the next 30 years, shipbuilders are scrambling to obtain a larger piece of the pie, with shipbuilders from Korea, China and Japan all facing fierce competition. As a result of the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) shift to cleaner …

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