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Repeat offender fined $3.2 million for 'magic pipe' pollution in Maine

Repeat offender fined $3.2 million for 'magic pipe' pollution in Maine

The operator of M/V Marguerita intentionally discharged oily bilge waste

Web Bulletin 2018

SEA/LNG applauds affirmation of pending sulfur cap

The IMO committee action sends 'a strong message' about use of compliant fuels beyond 2020

Web Bulletin 2018
Euronav: Scrubbers provide compliance 'loophole' for 2020 sulfur cap

Euronav: Scrubbers provide compliance 'loophole' for 2020 sulfur cap

Open-loop scrubbers will allow operators to dump a 'toxic cocktail' into the sea

Web Bulletin 2018

IMO adopts carriage ban on high-sulfur fuel

The move is seen as a key step toward enforcing the 0.5 percent cap in January 2020

Web Bulletin 2018
IMO rejects delaying 2020 sulfur cap

IMO rejects delaying 2020 sulfur cap

Changing the plan now would create 'greater levels of uncertainty' for global shipping

Web Bulletin 2018

ExxonMobil launches Mobilgard 540 cylinder oil to complement low-sulfur fuels

Web Bulletin 2018

LNG project paves way for meeting IMO's CO2 target

A 40 percent reduction can be achieved by mixing LNG with carbon neutral fuels, participants say

Web Bulletin 2018

ICS publishes new guidance on garbage management plans

The second edition provides compliance advice for the latest IMO requirements

Web Bulletin 2018

EPA delays introduction of new VGP requirements

The proposed VGP 3.0 is now expected to be made available in March 2019

Web Bulletin 2018

BIMCO, partners to launch underwater hull cleaning standard

The specifications are expected to be finalized in the autumn of 2019

Web Bulletin 2018
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