More owners are interested in using LNG as marine fuel but development of supply chain remains slow
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- Champion of LNG as bunker fuel lambasts 'inertia of thought'
- Fully LNG-fuelled containership 'not in my lifetime', says Gerry Wang
Sufficient marine gasoil eases supply concerns but ultra-low sulphur fuel oil is...The cost of uncertainty: Future SOx rule...
The cost of uncertainty: Future SOx rule changes may add up to $100bn to shipping's annual fuel bill
Are shipowners increasingly confused by hybrid bunker fuels, alternatives such as...Lloyd's List launches third sulphur survey
MAN vice-president suggests owners can wait for lower costs and better technology by...GE woos Asian yards to install its power...
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Chairman Peter Georgiopoulos says good riddance to OW as Greece-based bunker supplier hikes profits
A look at how innovation and technology is making shipping better
Danish carrier has worked hard to cut costs but improving profits this year could be challenging given that freight rates are on the decline
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