FEBRUARY 7, 2019 — VeriFuel, part of Bureau Veritas, is urging the marine bunker sector, upstream supply chain, and fuel testing organizations, to embrace a new culture in preparation for 2020 and
SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 — Liberia has submitted a paper to IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) calling for early reporting on the availability of fuel oil that is compliant with the new
By Jan Hagen Andersen, Business Development Director, DNV GL Maritime AUGUST 22, 2018 — The introduction of the new global sulfur cap in 2020 is causing nothing short of a paradigm shift in
APRIL 18, 2018 — The clock is ticking on IMO’s 0.5% Global Sulfur Cap, and one of the big concerns for ship operators is the availability of compliant fuel. ExxonMobil today announced
APRIL 16, 2018 — Littlehampton, U.K., based Parker Kittiwake has just launched the X-Ray Fluorescence Analyzer (XRF), a portable testing device that, among other parameters, measures the sulfur content in fuel. The
MARCH 12, 2018 — In an example of joint research using big data, three Japanese companies report that they have successfully developed a highly efficient propeller by analyzing the conditions surrounding vessel
OCTOBER 10, 2016 — BIMCO, the world’s largest international shipping association, today voiced serious concerns about some conclusions of an official study that will inform the decision of IMO’s MEPC over the
SEPTEMBER 8, 2016—This past week at SMM in Hamburg, Germany, “fuel savings,” “energy efficiency,” and “cost control” were the three topics that popped up in just about every conversation about ship operations.
MAY 22, 2015 — Lloyd’s Register has issued a Statutory Alert on a new Hong Kong regulation applicable to all shipowners, operators and managers The Hong Kong Marine Department is implementing a
APRIL 6, 2015 — Crowley Maritime Corp. has joined the Trident Alliance, a coalition of shipping owners and operators that share a common interest in robust enforcement of existing maritime sulfur regulations.