GLOBAL: DNV GL focusing on ‘energy transition’ opportunities
In its newly-published 2018 Annual Report, DNV GL has argued that a rapid energy transition over the next decade will be ‘a great source of risk and of opportunity’ for both the group and its customers – and in the maritime sector this will involve more growth in natural gas and renewables.
The tool is intended to help FOBAS clients analyse, compare and view fuel test data based on ports, suppliers, dates, fuel types – and includes rolling data on the availability of IMO 2020-compliant 0.50% sulphur fuels.
Shell Alexia 40 is a two-stroke engine cylinder oil specifically for use with engines running on 0.50% sulphur fuel.
The Dublin Express suffered a fuel spill in New York last month during unloading operations in the Global Marine New York Container Terminal.
CLARITECS says it expects to sign MoUs with Singapore-based bunker operators Sinanju Tankers Holdings, Sentek Marine & Trading and Global Energy Trading to formalise collaborations to testbed its BunkerMaestro solution.
Sinopec Corporation’s Jinling refinery in the eastern province of Jiangsu has loaded 4,200 tonnes of low sulphur marine fuel.
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