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- Mauritius Receives International Aid as Bunker Fuel Spill Spreads
- Germany Prepares to Commission World's First LNG-Powered Research Ship
- Euronav benefits from outstanding large tanker market
- India delays implementation of SCMTR rules
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Third New ECO VLCC Delivered to Hunter Tankers
Hunter Tankers, a part of Hunter Group ASA, took delivery of the newbuilding very large crude carrier (VLCC) Hunter Laga on November 1.
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Mauritius Receives International Aid as Bunker Fuel Spill SpreadsCountries around the world are rushing to the aid of Mauritius after the island nation’s prime minister declared a national emergency as oil continues to leak into the environmentally sensitive area from the grounded bulk carrier Wakashio.
Germany Prepares to Commission World's First LNG-Powered Research ShipA unique new research vessel is being built in Germany at Fassmer shipyard in Berne/Motzen, Germany.
Euronav benefits from outstanding large tanker marketBelgium and US dual-listed public limited company Euronav commands the only large tanker fleet within the Low Countries and has had a remarkable 2020 to date
Australia bans second bulker this weekThe Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has banned another Liberian-flagged bulk carrier this week — this time, the 93,200 dwt TW Hamburg.
Gasum completes first truck-to-ship LNG bunkering for research vesselFinland’s gas firm Gasum has conducted the first truck-to-ship LNG bunkering operation for a research vessel currently under construction at Fassmer shipyard in Germany.
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