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China's first-half 2024 fuel oil imports slide 11% y/y

China's total fuel oil imports slipped 11% in the first half of 2024, data showed on Saturday, amid a backdrop of weak refining margins and poor fuel demand.

JERA accomplishes world’s first truck-to-ship bunkering of ammonia fuel

JERA Co. Inc. said it has conducted the world’s first (as of July 17, as researched by NYK Line) truck-to-ship bunkering of fuel ammonia, to an ammonia-fueled tugboat (A-Tug) owned by NYK Line that is scheduled to be completed in late August 2024.

Singapore's 1H 2024 bunker sales rise on year but June sees a monthly decline

Sales of marine bunker fuel at Singapore climbed 8.5% in 1H 2024, official data showed on Monday, as shipping disruptions in the Red Sea boosted global bunkering demand, though demand slowed month-on-month in June.

New fuel restrictions for ships in Arctic fall short, green groups say

Ships sailing through Arctic waters will no longer be able to use or carry heavy bunker fuel oil under a United Nations shipping agency regulation that took effect on Monday.

Aether Fuels secures $34 MM to scale-up proprietay sustainable fuels technology

Aether Fuels announced that it has secured $34 MM in Series A financing from a syndicate of global investors. With this financing, Aether plans to accelerate the scale-up of Aether Aurora™, the company’s proprietary technology to create sustainable fuels for the aviation and ocean shipping industries.

Neste and OK Slurink provide Neste MY renewable diesel to Scylla’s 40 river cruise ships in the Netherlands

Neste and OK Slurink have joined forces with Scylla, a provider of river cruises, to supply Neste MY Renewable Diesel in the Netherlands for Scylla’s river cruise operations.

Blue World completes successful testing of 200-kW maritime fuel cell system to run on green methanol

After months of preparation, Blue World Technologies has announced the successful testing of the world’s first 200-kW high-temperature, polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) fuel cell module.

DB Schenker, Avolta close first agreement in Spain for the use of marine biofuels

DB Schenker, a leading logistics service provider, has signed an agreement with Avolta, a leading global travel experience player, to use marine biofuel for the transport of goods between Europe and the U.S.

Consortium signs MoU for the development of a green methanol facility in Egypt

AD Ports Group, Transmar and Orascom Construction have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the development of a green methanol storage and export facility in Egypt.

Digital Feature: Can ships run on biofuel?

This article from ExxonMobil focuses on utilizing biofuels in the shipping sector.

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