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Greek shipowners urge IMO to ensure 2020 compliant fuels are fit for purpose 

Greek shipowners urge IMO to ensure 2020 compliant fuels are fit for purpose 

London-based Greek shipowners have urged the IMO to bring together oil companies, marine equipment makers and classification societies to guarantee fuels created to...

corruption

How security vote fuels corruption and insecurity

By Ace Omozuwa Many advocates of fiscal prudence have argued at different fora that security vote has systematized the utilization of public resources for private...

Singapore’s SSA forms marine fuels committee

Singapore’s SSA forms marine fuels committee

The Singapore Shipping Association (SSA) is forming a new marine fuels committee in an effort to prepare Singapore’s bunkering sector for the 0.5% global sulphur cap...

Port of Rotterdam calls IMO emissions plans 'not challenging enough'

Shipping needs to adopt alternative fuels to meet C02 emission reductions 

The shipping industry will need to adopt alternative fuels to heavy fuel oil to meet the demands of CO2 reductions, believes Douglas Raitt from Lloyd’s Register...