Biofuels – Page 5

  • Quadrise has used an MSAR production plant installed at a Cepsa refinery for trials with other operators
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    MSC to trial Quadrise biofuels

    2022-07-28T09:56:00Z

    MSC Shipmanagement Limited of Cyprus has signed a framework agreement with Quadrise, the supplier of MSAR® and bioMSAR™ emulsion technology and fuels. 

  • The 12-18 month long drop-in biofuels pilot project will involve 12 vessels bunkering at three ports in Singapore, the Netherlands and the US.
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    GCMD-led consortium commits US$18 million to biofuels

    2022-07-26T09:33:00Z

    The Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) is leading a consortium of 18 industry partners to launch a drop-in biofuels pilot project.

  • AIDAPrima taking delivery of GoodFuels' biofuel in Rotterdam.
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    AIDAprima bunkers biofuel

    2022-07-25T08:19:00Z

    As part of its CO2 emissions reduction efforts, AIDA Cruises has now initiated the use of biofuels.

  • Hapag-Lloyd has been testing advanced biofuels since 2020 and offers a carbon reduced transport solution utilising biofuel blends instead of traditional fossil marine fuel oil (MFO).
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    DHL Global Forwarding and Hapag-Lloyd agree on biofuel

    2022-07-08T13:00:00Z

    DHL Global Forwarding has signed an agreement with Hapag-Lloyd for the use of advanced biofuels starting with a shipment of 18,000 teu.

  • From left to right: Farid Trad, Vice President of Bunkering & Energy Transition at CMA CGM, Carlos Maurer, Executive Vice President, Sectors & Decarbonisation at Shell, Christine Cabau Woehrel, Executive Vice President Assets Group & Operations at CMA CGM
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    Shell And CMA CGM Ink LNG Supply And Decarbonisation Agreements

    2022-06-28T10:34:00Z

    Shell and CMA CGM Group have signed agreements that will see them work closely together to accelerate decarbonising the marine sector. This includes a multi-year liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply agreement, which will supply LNG to CMA CGM’s 13,000 teu vessels in the Port of Singapore, starting from the second ...

  • A Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) car carrier, Beluga Ace, has completed a carbon-offset voyage for the ocean transportation of completed cars from Japan to Europe by using voluntary carbon credits.
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    MOL conducts carbon-offset voyage with car carrier

    2022-06-16T10:24:00Z

    A Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) car carrier has completed a carbon-offset voyage for the ocean transportation of completed cars from Japan to Europe by using voluntary carbon credits.

  • Svitzer has unveiled a decarbonisation strategy that will see the company become fully carbon neutral by 2040.
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    Svitzer sets carbon neutral goal

    2022-06-01T09:38:00Z

    Svitzer, leading global towage operator and part of A.P. Moller-Maersk, has today unveiled its decarbonisation strategy that will see the company become fully carbon neutral by 2040. 

  • bp will supply Rio Tinto with marine biofuel for a year-long trial on Rio Tinto’s RTM Tasman vessel.
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    Rio Tinto and bp to trial marine biofuels

    2022-05-24T10:08:00Z

    Rio Tinto and bp have agreed to a one-year biofuel trial to help reduce carbon emissions from Rio Tinto’s marine fleet.

  • GoodFuels and ITOCHU Corporation have announced a partnership agreement to scale sustainable marine biofuel availability, with an initial focus on expanding availability in Singapore.
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    GoodFuels and ITOCHU agree on Asia-Pacific biofuel plan

    2022-05-19T09:32:00Z

    GoodFuels and ITOCHU Corporation have announced a partnership agreement to scale sustainable marine biofuel availability in Singapore, Japan, and the Asia-Pacific.

  • IRENA expects at least half of net zero fuels traded globally to be moved by ships by 2050, necessitating an expansion in liquid hydrogen carrier capacity among others.
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    Renewable energy needs to double to supply shipping

    2022-05-18T11:04:00Z

    New data from the Fuelling the Fourth Propulsion Revolution indicates that the global shipping industry will require the equivalent of the world’s entire current renewable energy demand in order to replace fossil fuel use.

  • Monjasa has successfully completed its first blending and supply of marine biofuels in the UAE.
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    Monjasa completes first biofuels delivery in the UAE

    2022-05-05T10:41:00Z

    Oil and shipping group Monjasa has successfully completed its first blending and supply of marine biofuels in the UAE. The project was carried out in close collaboration with international energy company, Uniper and biofuel producer Neutral Fuels.

  • Norden initially trialled drop-in biofuels as early as November 2018.
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    Norden launches carbon-neutral biofuel freight transport

    2022-04-11T12:35:00Z

    Norden has launched a 100% carbon-neutral biofuel sailing option for customers looking to decarbonise their supply chains.

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    Electrolux partners with shipping companies to reduce emissions

    2022-03-24T10:02:00Z

    Electrolux will now use more sustainable fuels for 25% of its total sea freight as part of a partnership with Maersk and CMA CGM Group.

  • Repsol is investing EUR200 million into a new advanced biofuels refinery at its Cartagena facility.
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    New advanced biofuels plant in Spain targets H1 2023 start

    2022-03-22T11:33:00Z

    Repsol has announced that construction is about to begin on Spain’s first advanced biofuels plant in Cartagena. The EUR200 million refinery will supply up to 250,000 tonnes per year of advanced biofuels to consumers in the marine, aerospace and automotive industries when fully operational.

  • TotalEnergies launched a pilot project to convert CO2 into methanol near its Leuna refinery in France, as part of broader investments in low carbon fuels including the production of biodiesel at La Mède biorefinery in Provence, France (pictured).
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    TotalEnergies Marine Fuels joins Methanol Institute

    2022-03-02T10:30:00Z

    The Methanol Institute has announced TotalEnergies Marine Fuels as the association’s newest member company.

  • Safe Bulkers achieved a 13.54% CO2 equivalent reduction during a trial of biofuels on the Troodos Oak.
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    Safe Bulkers tests biofuels

    2022-02-21T10:58:00Z

    Safe Bulkers has trialled biofuels on the Troodos Oak and achieved a 13.54% CO2 equivalent reduction compared to conventional VLSFO.

  • Bunker One trialled a B30 biofuel blend on the M/T Amak Swan in 2021.
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    Biodiesel deal focuses on US and EU markets

    2022-02-21T10:24:00Z

    Renewable Energy Group (REG) and Bunker Holding have entered a partnership to advance biodiesel, initially in North America and Europe, where trials of B20 and B30 are being run in high-traffic regions of both continents.

  • The ‘Elbsummer’ taking on board 100% biofuel at the Port of Rotterdam
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    Unifeeder trials 100% biofuel bunkering

    2022-02-15T09:25:00Z

    Unifeeder announced that it had bunkered 100% biofuel from VARO Energy in the Port of Rotterdam earlier in February, which it claims is the first such collaboration.

  • Tern Island represents an evolution in chemical tanker design, combining a battery system, and cold ironing with a hybrid bow thruster.
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    Tanker emits no GHGs during port operations

    2022-02-14T11:16:00Z

    The Port of Gothenburg welcomed Tern Island on Thursday, a tanker that emits no greenhouse gases or carbon particulates during port operations where compatible shore power connections are available.

  • A new study by Ricardo has found that replacing fossil fuels with drop-in liquid and gaseous biofuels is likely to be more expensive than two alternative options.
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    Report: Biofuels the most expensive option

    2022-02-10T10:49:00Z

    A new study evaluated the need for large-scale deployment of new technologies and the use of low-carbon fuels to help the sector reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50% by 2050, finding that replacing fossil fuels with drop-in liquid and gaseous biofuels is likely to be the most expensive ...