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Helsinki-based Neste is planning to launch a low-sulphur marine fuel which has a significantly higher viscosity than the currently available products at end-2017.

World Fuel Services (WFS) has reported higher sales volume of marine fuel for its 2015 financial year, but earnings have fallen.

Minerva Bunkers, wholly-owned by Mercuria Energy Trading, has launched a physical bunker fuel supply operation in West Africa.

Supplier of marine fuels Cockett Marine Oil has set up a liaison office in Mumbai, India.

Ecoslops, which recycles marine fuels from marine oil residues ‘slops), has announced its first sale of light bitumen for the construction industry.

A consortium comprising of Wartsila, GoodFuels Marine and Boskalis will work on a two-year pilot programme to develop sustainable, scalable and affordable marine biofuels, potentially an environmentally-friendly fuel option for shipowners.

The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF) has unveiled a first edition of its LNG Bunkering – Safety Guidelines publication.

Greece’s Aegean Marine Petroleum Network Inc will expand to Germany and launch its new physical supply and marketing operations within this month.

Global marine fuels supplier OW Bunker saw its third quarter results slip into the red due mainly to an unrealised risk management loss on the back of a fall in oil price in September.

ExxonMobil Marine Fuels & Lubricants has introduced a new marine fuel capable of complying with the 0.10% sulphur cap set to be imposed in Emission Control Areas (ECAs) beginning 1 January 2015.

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