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Tanker chief engineer found guilty of bunker scam - Seatrade Global

Tanker chief engineer found guilty of bunker scam - Seatrade Global
Seatrade Global

Tanker chief engineer found guilty of bunker scam
Seatrade Global
The chief engineer of a crude oil tanker has been found guilty of shortchanging his ship of 200 metric tonnes of bunker fuel, according to a joint statement by Singapore's Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) and Maritime and Port Authority of ...
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Japan's Feb bonded bunker fuel sales up 0.2% on year at 1.9 mil barrels: METI - Platts


Japan's Feb bonded bunker fuel sales up 0.2% on year at 1.9 mil barrels: METI
Platts
Singapore (Platts)--16Apr2014/723 am EDT/1123 GMT. Japan's bonded bunker fuel sales edged up 0.2% year on year to 1.91 million barrels (304,341 kl) in February, data released Wednesday by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry showed.
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DFDS to Make Fuel Efficiency Upgrades to 20 Vessels - Ship Bunker


DFDS to Make Fuel Efficiency Upgrades to 20 Vessels
Ship & Bunker
Danish shipping company DFDS will install trim optimisation and performance monitoring technology on about 20 ships, according to GreenSteam, the company providing the systems. "At GreenSteam we firmly believe that fuel efficiency can be improved by ...

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South Korea's 380 CST bunker fuel premium at 7-month low on supply increase - Platts


South Korea's 380 CST bunker fuel premium at 7-month low on supply increase
Platts
A rise in bunker fuel supply in South Korea narrowed the 380 CST bunker fuel premium over Mean of Platts Singapore 380 CST high sulfur fuel oil assessment to a seven-month low of $20.79/mt last Friday. The premium was the lowest since August 29 last ...

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Fuel Oil Spill in Richards Bay - Ship Bunker


Fuel Oil Spill in Richards Bay
Ship & Bunker
Crews are working to clean up South Africa's Richards Bay port after about 1,000 litres of fuel oil spilled into the waters, South African news site Independent Online reports. The oil leaked from an Engen Petroleum Ltd. pipeline, which had not been ...

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