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The Swedish Government has granted permission for Norwegian LNG firm Skangass to construct a new LNG terminal in the harbour at Gävle on Sweden's east coast.
German shipowner Hartmann Reederei has revealed some design details of the world's first ethane-fuelled ocean going vessels, under construction at Sinopacific.
Norway's Liquiline is to build the first LNG bunkering terminal in Denmark for Fjord Line.
Wärtsilä is to provide the LNG supply control system for a new LNG-bunkering facility at Port Fourchon in the US.
As time draws closer to an IMO regulatory deadline in 2020, concerns over the strictest fuel sulphur content limit regulation have continued to heighten, market players were heard saying at…
Denmark, one of Europe’s leading investors in environmental shipping technology, will lobby for shortsea shipping to be exempt from the Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention at IMO’s next Marine Environment…
With 0.1% sulphur fuel becoming mandatory across North European and Baltic waters in 2015 enforcement will be a key factor says fuel tester Veritas Petroleum Services (VPS).
With the 1 January 2015 deadline for use of 0.1% sulphur fuel or equivalent abatement technology in Emission Control Areas (ECAs) looming, it could be said that we are entering…
Hong Kong's Marine Department has notified of changes to make the control of black smoke emissions from ships in Hong Kong waters stricter.
Bureau Veritas has published a set of guidelines for the safe handling of LNG during bunkering.
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