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Enes Tunagur

Sustainability Editor

London

Enes joined Lloyd's List as Sustainability Editor in 2023. He previously worked at commodity price reporting agency Argus Media for more than six years in London, specialising in marine fuel and electricity markets. Before that role, he worked as a television reporter for the Turkish financial news channel Bloomberg HT.

 

Enes is from İstanbul, Türkiye (Turkey). He loves watching tennis, basketball and football and supports his hometown club Beşiktaş.

Latest From Enes Tunagur

Carbon transport hangs in balance amid CO2 capture setbacks

Low carbon prices and a lack of mature projects are holding back carbon transport, as projects have been slow to get off the ground

Sustainability Tankers and Gas

China looks to lead low-carbon methanol production

The Methanol Institute expects global production of low-carbon methanol to reach 6.8m tonnes at the end of 2025

Sustainability Fuels

Hapag-Lloyd wins low-emission freight tender

German carrier Hapag-Lloyd won the first tender by the Zero Emissions Maritime Buyers Alliance to deliver 90% emissions reduction for cargo owners for two years starting in 2025. A second tender is being designed to drive the market for e-fuels instead of scarce biofuels

Sustainability Containers

Singapore bunker sales hit record high in Q1 on Red Sea disruption

Alternative fuel demand in Singapore increased in the first quarter of the year as LNG and biofuel-blended VLSFO sales also rose

Sustainability Bunkers

IMO supports cargo screening to tackle illegal wildlife trade

IMO adopts resolution to recommend cargo screening measures to help identify criminal trades

Containers Regulation

Regional chokepoints helped Monjasa boost bunker sales in 2023

Monjasa said its annual bunker sales of 6.5m tonnes made it the seventh-biggest global supplier

Bunkers Fuels
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