Bunker One is pleased to announce yet another step in our physical expansion strategy by confirming the establishment of a new physical bunker entity, serving the German market.
Bunker One is pleased to announce that as of 1 December 2018 the company will be fully operational in Jamaican ports, off Jamaica and Trinidad – operated by two highly specialised tankers.
Ever since the IMO signalled the implementation date for Annex VI to be January 2020, the concerns from customers and suppliers around enforcing and monitoring compliance have been at the top of the list.
That’s exactly what the delegates from a number of Swedish authorities, ship owners and the Swedish transport agency did at a seminar held in Sweden end May. The outcome was valuable input on how to operate under the new market conditions after 2020.
Liquefied natural gas, LNG, is predicted to become the environmentally friendly marine fuel of the future and Bunker One Aalborg has chosen to be a front-runner in the field.
Will the climate in Singapore Port ever be the same after MPA's demands on documentation on delivered amounts by means of mass flow meters? Get wiser on Bunker One's opinion of the situation.
Is the equation still valid? The lower viscosity, the lower density, thus the better quality? How to choose the right viscosity.
Which challenges will the new MARPOL Sulphur 2020 regulations give the bunker industry? Which fuels will we see on the market, and what will they be like?
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