Biozin Holding AS has awarded Pöyry with the owner's engineering services assignment for the pre-engineering phase for a planned biozin® production plant.
Food Express, Inc., with the assistance of Southern California Gas Co., has added 11 new ultra-low emission natural gas trucks to its fleet.
According to ‘Five-Year Global Fuels Outlook’, when implemented in 2020 the sulfur cap will lead to a 1.0 million bpd increase in demand for marine gasoil and a 900 000 bpd decline in residual bunker fuel consumption.
Indian Oil Corp. Ltd. (IOCL) has chosen Honeywell UOP’s Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology to supply high-quality hydrogen at five of its refineries.
The International Maritime Organization’s 0.5% sulfur cap is due to come into effect on 1 January 2020.
A survey by Deloitte suggests that switching to LNG is the preferred solution for shipping companies to adopt in order to meet the IMO’s emissions standards for marine bunker fuels.
Hydrogenious Technologies’ solution and Clariant’s catalysts present a safer, more efficient alternative for storing and transporting very large amounts of clean hydrogen from renewable sources.
The Spirit of British Columbia, part of BC Ferries of Canada’s fleet, is back in operation following its conversion to using LNG.
As 2020 deadline looms, shippers must now commit to one of several costly compliance pathways, or face fines, reputational damage and the potential loss of insurance coverage.
The ABS Advisory on Marine Fuel Oil provides owners and operators with industry-leading guidance on the considerations and challenges with marine fuels.
The paper does not endorse any particular strategy, and highlights the various factors for ship owners and operators to consider.
Valero has acquired Pure Biofuels del Peru in a transaction that includes refined products terminals in northern Peru.