Updates

08 Aug Global LNG bunkering market to reach US$12 billion...

Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “LNG Bunkering Market by Vessel (Tankers, Container Ships, Bulk & General Cargo Vessels, and Ferries & Offshore Support Vessels), by Product Type (Portable Tanks, Ship-to-Ship, Port-to-Ship, and Truck-to-Ship): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis and Forecast, 2017...

02 Jul ABS & Probunkers Sign JDP for Fleet of LNG Bu...

Project key to building a reliable global-scale bunkering network    Athens, Greece, June 27th2018 - ABS has signed a pioneering Joint Development Program (JDP) with probunkersto provide technical support as they embark on designing a fleet of specialist LNG bunker vessels for key ports around the...

11 Jun probunkers at Posidonia 2018

A new company introduction An innovative, ambitious and exciting project An experienced and committed Management A Posidonia 2018 event Athens, Greece, June 5th 2018 - A new, ambitious and exciting LNG Bunkering project was presented today at the biggest shipping event, Posidonia 2018: probunkers, an innovative multimillion USD global-scale...

17 Apr Global shipping in ‘historic’ climate ...

The global shipping industry has for the first time agreed to cut its emissions of greenhouse gases. The move comes after talks all week at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London. Shippings has previously been excluded from climate agreements, but under the deal, emissions will be...

15 Feb IMO PPR 5 outcome

The Sub-Committee on Pollution Prevention and Response, being held from 5-9 February, forwarded the proposed draft amendments to the MEPC 72 meeting in April 2018, for urgent consideration. Once approved by MEPC 72, the draft amendments could be adopted at MEPC 73 (October 2018) and...

07 Feb Cleaner fuels for ships beneficial for public heal...

A new study published in Nature Communications Journal assessed public health impacts of low-sulphur fuels in global shipping, revealing that clean fuels will significantly reduce ship-related premature mortality and morbidity, but they will still account for approximately 250k deaths annually. Additional stringent regulations beyond 2020 standards may prove...