All regulations have their complexities and cost, but the catch with the 2020 sulphur cap is that any decision is essentially predicated on unknowns, such as compliant fuel prices, quality, and availability
In 2014, a group of concerned shipowners, including Maersk and Wallenius-Wilhelmsen, founded the Trident Alliance (TA) to raise awareness of the potential problem of uneven enforcement of the global cap on sulphur in fuel at 0.5% in 2020.
TOTE’s vessels are the first box ships to be fuelled by LNG. Its executive vice president Peter Keller spoke to Rebecca Moore about his belief that LNG is the most important fuel for the maritime industry
As it is revealed that a quarter of the tonnage on the global cruise fleet orderbook is LNG powered, major players open up about their gas strategies. Rebecca Moore reported from Seatrade Cruise Global
Certification and operational compliance are two very different things… And with the compliance deadline upon us, shipowners and operators are understandably concerned about enforcement and the potential repercussions if regulatory requirements are not met. Webinar will take place Monday 25 November 15.30 - 16.30 GMT
This two-day conference, 26 & 27 November 2019,brings professionals from across the global Tanker Shipping and Trade industry to London to discuss the business, operational and technical issues impacting the crude, product and chemical tanker trades.
Riviera’s two-day LNG Ship/Shore Interface Conference on 28-29 November brings together Europe’s LNG transportation supply chain to discuss ship and terminal operations at the jetty, offshore and bunker station