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New Mexican President Looks To Boost Oil Output By 800,000 Bpd

14.09.2018

After winning a landslide 53 percent of the vote on a platform focusing on major reform, incoming Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is already making headlines

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IMO 2020: mayhem or opportunity for the refining and marine sectors?

07.09.2018

It is rare that a fuel specification change could disrupt the oil value chain, but the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) planned change to bunker fuel regulation may do just that.

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Port of Piraeus ‘the world’s fastest growing port’

07.09.2018

Chinese Cosco Shipping Ports (CSP) has set its eyes to make the Port of Piraeus, Greece's major port, the largest port in the Mediterranean in one and a half years, at the same time that freight traffic is expected to increase by 35% within this year only.

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New fuel rules push owners of ships to go green with LNG

24.08.2018

TOUGH new rules on marine fuel are forcing shipowners to explore liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a cleaner alternative, and ports such as Gibraltar are preparing to offer upgraded refuelling facilities in the shipping industry's biggest shake-up in decades.

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Container Shipping in the Arctic: Why (Not) Now?

24.08.2018

A.P. Moller Maersk has always been an industry front runner when speaking about the exploration and adoption of innovative technologies and trends.

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Contaminated fuels: IBIA update and request for support to develop solutions

03.08.2018

Since we published our comment on 15 June on the very serious issues with contaminated fuel faced by ship owners in the US Gulf there has been no meaningful resolution. Anecdotally it would appear that, to date, more than one hundred vessels have been affected.

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