Alfa Laval PureSOx is the leading scrubber solution for meeting SOx emissions limits to comply with the 2020 global sulphur cap. With PureSOx Connect, a growing portfolio of data-driven services, PureSOx is even more comprehensive and future-proof
At the Asian Sulphur Cap 2020 Conference in Singapore, experts quashed concerns over scrubber washwater, while delegates discussed the viability of LNG as a marine fuel and whether battery technology is finally becoming viable
Petroleum shipping markets have been in a state of flux for quite some time now – with current highs and a slim orderbook currently providing reason for optimism for many, particularly those trading on spot
Russia has had limited success in upgrading its refineries to produce 0.5% sulphur marine fuel oil and is contemplating allowing the domestic fleet to burn higher sulphur fuel oil until 2024, while exporting domestically produced low sulphur fuel
A new GHG Pathway Model from the latest Maritime Forecast to 2050 report can help the maritime industry to assess and prepare for the effects of regulatory and technological change in reducing world fleet greenhouse gas emissions
Iran is claiming one of its tankers has been hit by ’rocket attacks’ and suffered explosions; damage to two of the vessel’s tanks has purportedly caused oil to spill into the Red Sea some 97 km from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
The responsibilities in timecharter contracts regarding the management, procurement and payment of bunker stems could create stress points come 1 January 2020, explains Campbell Johnston Clark partner Ian Short
China’s state apparatus has shown it can quickly restructure the economy away from a reliance on unreliable partners, highlighted by its increased production of low-sulphur marine fuel ahead of IMO 2020
Maritime Battery Forum’s annual conference, WATTS UP is back for the sixth time. The two days will include insightful and exciting presentations. The ship visit with dinner will be on board the Color Hybrid ( the world’s largest plug-in hybrid passenger vessel).
This two-day event is for regional maritime interests and those that trade with The Americas. It makes sense of prospects post 2020 and the short, medium and long-term implications of maritime decarbonisation.
An essential one-day forum for regional owners and operators wanting the inside track on how to optimise vessel operations and fleet-wide performance. Attendees come away with practical insights via a mix of case studies, roundtable workshops and presentations.
The Business Network for Offshore Wind’s International Partnering Forum (IPF) is the leading technical conference for offshore wind in the United States and is dedicated to moving the industry forward.