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How Is IMO 2020 Launch Going?

IMO 2020 went into effect on January 1st, requiring sea vessels, including container ships, to abide by a 0.5% sulfur cap on fuel or use scrubbers (systems that clean fuel in engines) in order to [...]

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2 Big Effects of Drone Attack on International Shipping

In case you missed the big news this weekend, a drone attack hit two oil facilities in Saudi Arabia on Saturday (September 14th, 2019). Here's a brief summary from an Aljazeera news [...]

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Will IMO 2020 Have a Grace Period on Implementation?

In only 5 months, starting on January 1st, 2020, cargo ships have to meet the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) new 0.5% sulfur cap on fuel known as IMO 2020. [...]

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Carriers Expect To Recoup IMO 2020 Fuel Costs Through Shipper Contracts

We're finally seeing news on how carriers will pass higher fuel costs, which are on the way, to shippers.

It seems that all the news around the International Maritime Organization's [...]

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In response to Ms. Benson’s comment on “Slow Steaming (SS) or Super Slow Steaming (SSS) for Container Shipping Part II”

Part I Part II and Ms. Benson’s Comment It’s inevitable to cut conventional reefer ships because of the convenience of reefer containers loading, unloading & transporting among [...]