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NGO Shipbreaking Platform: 443 ships and offshore units sold for scrapping in 2022

SAFETY4SEA 01 Feb 2023
Based on new data released by the NGO Shipbreaking Platform, 443 ocean-going commercial ships and offshore units were sold for scrapping in 2022. Of these, 292 large tankers, bulkers, floating platforms, cargo and passenger ships ended up for dirty and dangerous breaking on tidal beaches in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan ... Credit ... Credit.
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Green hydrogen: why low-carbon fuels are not benefiting from high fossil fuel pricesIf its construction ...

Deccan Herald 14 Jan 2023
The Conversation ... Also Read — India sets targets for green hydrogen use by some industries. Hydrogen is produced in multiple ways ... It is widely hoped that a silver lining of today’s high gas prices will be green hydrogen becoming a cost-competitive alternative to dirty fuels in boilers, shipping tankers and steelworks furnaces ... Hydrogen’s true colours.
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Green hydrogen: why low-carbon fuels are not benefiting from high fossil fuel prices

The Conversation 12 Jan 2023
If its construction goes to plan, a €2.5 billion (£2.18 billion) undersea pipeline will convey “green hydrogen” from Spain to France from 2030 ... It is widely hoped that a silver lining of today’s high gas prices will be green hydrogen becoming a cost-competitive alternative to dirty fuels in boilers, shipping tankers and steelworks furnaces ... .
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2022 Record Year for Tanker Derivative Volumes

The Maritime Executive 10 Jan 2023
The derivatives market for clean and dirty tankers saw increased traded volumes in 2022, according to data released by the Baltic Exchange. Tanker Forward Freight Agreement (FFA) volumes hit 734,972 lots, up 33% on 2021 ... "2022 was another year of growth for the tanker FFA market and a good performance for dry bulk.
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Unipec maintains dominant VLCC position

Splash24/7 06 Jan 2023
Tanker broker Poten & Partners has unveiled its list of the top reported dirty spot charterers for 2022, with some noticeable omissions thanks to the war in Ukraine ... .
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Turkey: Update on environmental pollution fines for 2023

SAFETY4SEA 05 Jan 2023
#1 Pollution from petroleum tankers and derivatives for real persons ... #2 Dirty ballast discharged to sea by tankers for real persons ... #4 Pollution from tankers, ships and other sea vehicles due to discharge of sewage, detergent water, foam, exhaust gas washing system water or any ...
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Baltic Exchange logs record tanker derivatives volumes in volatile 2022

Tradewinds 05 Jan 2023
... its best-ever year for tanker derivatives deals.
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Two-tier freight market may keep global tanker rates firm

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 02 Jan 2023
Global tankers freight across clean and dirty products segments will ...
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This year was the beginning of a green transition

Khaleejtimes 26 Dec 2022
Yet year after year, we remain stuck with the same old dirty energy system ... If moving away from dirty energy is like rerouting a giant ship, then this could be the year when world leaders started to turn the tanker around ... The responses might be Band-Aids — bringing down prices in the short term but doing little to change dependence on dirty energy.
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Oil Tanker Day Rates To Be Supported By The EU’s Ban On Russian Crude

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 18 Dec 2022
So-called dirty tankers, those that carry crude oil, are charging over ....
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Rates to hire tankers for refined petroleum products reach multiyear highs during 2022

Hydrocarbon Engineering 15 Dec 2022
In April 2020, an oversupply of crude oil and refined petroleum products, resulting from decreased demand during the COVID-19 pandemic, drove both clean and dirty tanker rates to record highs. Dirty tankers mostly carry crude oil, but they can also haul high-sulfur petroleum products such as residual fuel oil.
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S&P Global Commodity Insights Releases its Latest 2023 Energy Outlook

Victoria Advocate 12 Dec 2022
OVERVIEW ... Specifically, Europe's source diversification for oil, and the need to send Russian oil to Asia has led to increased ton-mile demand and consequently clean and dirty tanker freight rates. Additionally, the efforts to supply Europe with enough gas for the winter created a notable increase in the use of floating storage of LNG tankers ... SPGI).

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