With less than half a year until the implementation of the IMO’s limit for Sulfur in fuel oil used on board ships, Total has been hosting a series of Global Sulfur Cap Forums in major shipping hubs, to help ship owners finalize their compliance plans well in advance of next
Total is readying to make 0.5% sulfur content fuels available at major bunkering ports from the fourth quarter of this year ahead of the IMO 2020 regulation, and the state oil firm is projecting a gradual global uptake of LNG as a marine fuel.
Total Marine Fuels has prioritized Europe
On May 9, Total Lubmarine was in New York for the sixth of its 11 stop Sulfur Cap series. Colleagues from Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions (TMFGS) joined us for what was another well-attended event.
Held aboard the historic, ‘Intrepid’, a World War II and Cold War aircraft
Over 90 industry professionals were in attendance as Total Lubmarine joined Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions (TMFGS) on March 27 at the Grand Elysée in Hamburg for the fifth edition of the Total Global Sulfur Cap series.
Attendees heard how Total perceived the challenges posed by the
Jean-Philippe Roman and Jerome Leprince-Ringuet stress the importance of ‘managing the transition’ at our full London forum on 21 March.
Mr Leprince-Ringuet, Managing Director of Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions, confirmed that Total will be ready to supply its new Very Low
Together with Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions, Total Lubmarine will be visiting customers in major hubs this spring to discuss our solutions to the challenges posed by the 2020 Sulfur Cap.
With less than a year until the implementation of the International Maritime Organization’s
Total is developing the next generation of fuels and lubricants to support 2020 compliance strategy. Experts from across Total will tour the world’s major shipping hubs to discuss solutions and safe operations in 2020 and beyond. They will be sharing their expertise to support ship
Serge Dal Farra highlights to shipowners the importance of lubricant choice when choosing their post 2020 fueling strategy.
Speaking to Maritime Reporter and Engineering News in January, Serge Dal Farra, global marketing manager, Total Lubmarine, advised shipowners and managers that their
Dole is in the business of delivering perishable goods from Central America to customers in North America and Europe. But following the introduction of the 0.1% sulphur cap imposed within Emission Control Areas (ECAs) off the US Coasts in 2015, the company realized it had a problem.