Inatech, a Glencore subsidiary which specialises in trading risk management systems, has developed a new app to deal with the opaque and complex bunkering environment post IMO2020. With the help of this app, shipowners will be able to make well-informed decisions related with their vessels’ bunkering, in...
Marine Fuel Services (MFS), recently, announced the start of a new collaboration with one of the largest bunkering brokers worldwide; Nautical Supply International Limited (NSI). Through this cooperation, both companies intent to offer complementary services, in an effort to increase transparency among the clients of their joint...
BHP, one of the largest dry bulk Charterers, has cooperated with bunker supplier GoodFuels in an effort to decarbonise its supply chain with the use of biofuels. On 4 February 2019, at the port of Rotterdam, the capesize bulker M/V Frontier Sky, chartered by BHP, took its...
While the new low sulfur regulations are approaching, Wilhelmsen has formed a partnership with Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science to introduce a mobile XRF analyser which will enable the crews to perform lab-quality testing onboard the ship, in order to verify, within seconds, the sulfur content of the...
The new low-sulfur regulation will drive the bunker fuel industry in a multi-fuel era. Instead of using only one standard fuel oil grade, Shipowners will now have a variety of fuels to choose from. Bunker suppliers are already working on various products each of which may originate...
The IMO’s low sulfur fuel regulation has caused a lot of debates among the players of the fuel supply chain. Most of the shipowners, ship-managers and charterers have reacted with skepticism and criticism due to the structural changes that the new regulations will bring to the -already...