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Marine Bunker

Astrid Maersk arrives in Shanghai for first green methanol bunkering in China

Maersk achieved a milestone as the large methanol-enabled vessel “Astrid Maersk” berths at Yangshan port in Shanghai, for the first green methanol bunkering with simultaneous cargo and bunkering operations in China.

Singapore’s EU ETS liabilities of $363 MM can accelerate green shipping initiatives

Singapore-registered vessels will be required to contribute a significant $363 MM share of Asian shipping’s total emissions liabilities under the EU ETS, underlining the importance of the Lion City as a key maritime hub for both global trade and decarbonization.

Shipping industry faces fuel dilemma in bid to cut emissions

The shipping industry is increasingly pressured to decarbonize, yet the path to achieving net zero is complicated by unclear regulatory guidelines, particularly concerning the types of cleaner fuels large vessels should use, leaving players reluctant to commit to one less carbon-intensive fuel over another for their fleets, be it hydrogen-carriers methanol, ammonia, biodiesel, or LNG.

Fortescue conducts world's first ammonia bunker trial in Singapore

Fortescue has conducted the world's first ammonia marine bunker operation in the port of Singapore, the city-state's Maritime and Port Authority and the Australian mining company said.

Trafigura, Mercuria switch bunkering to Mauritius amid attacks, tax dispute

With more ships heading around the Cape of Good Hope due to attacks in the Red Sea region and a shutdown in their main South African bunkering operations, Mercuria and Trafigura have started refueling services in Mauritius.

Wärtsilä and EBDG collaborate on green methanol-powered barge

Technology group Wärtsilä has entered into a collaboration agreement with Seattle, (U.S). based naval architecture and marine engineering firm, Elliott Bay Design Group, to further develop EBDG’s Clean Harbor Alternative Mobile Power Barge design featuring Wärtsilä’s methanol engine technology.

Russia boosts fuel exports to Senegal on shipping sector demand

Russia has significantly increased its fuel exports to Senegal this year on rising bunker demand, as more companies are diverting cargoes around Africa instead of using Red Sea routes.

MAMII expands membership with Chevron, Seapeak, and TotalEnergies joining the initiative

Leading energy companies TotalEnergies and Chevron, and major gas carrier Seapeak, have joined the Methane Abatement in Maritime Innovation Initiative, led by SafetyTech Accelerator.

UAE's Fujairah January marine bunker sales rise to five-month highs

Marine bunker fuel sales at Fujairah port in the United Arab Emirates recovered to five-month highs in January, latest data showed, in line with stronger refueling demand globally following Red Sea events.

Marine biofuel premiums soften at top bunker hub Singapore

Spot premiums of marine biofuel fell at world's largest bunker hub Singapore in early 2024, several market sources said, weighed by lukewarm demand, lower biofuel feedstock costs and a stronger underlying benchmark for residual fuel oil.

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