A year and 3 months in to IMO 2020 and we are already seeing how the transition is shaping a cleaner industry. New internal combustion engines (ICEs) that are readily available across the shipping industry are being designed to match the targets on GHG emissions from the international shipping
Welcoming you to The Motorship Propulsion & Future Fuels Conference 2021, 2 to 4 November 2021, in Hamburg, Germany.
We are delighted to be sponsoring and participating in The Motorship Propulsion & Future Fuels Conference 2021, rescheduled for 2 to 4 November 2021, in Hamburg,
Given recent experiences with fluctuating oil prices, a pandemic, and increasing geopolitical tensions, people around the world have learned to expect the unexpected. With continued challenges across all energy and shipping sectors, Total Lubmarine continues to provide reassurance globally to
Here at Total, our ambition is to get to net-zero emissions by 2050 for our global business. These aims revolve around 3 core goals:Net Zero across our worldwide operations by 2050 or soonerNet Zero across all our production and energy products used by our customers in Europe (EU,
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the cruise industry in unthinkable ways, which has forced some owners and operators in this sector to consider placing vessels in layup. The idea of a layup is to preserve the ship’s structure and integrity of its components and equipment by protecting
Our China and Taiwan Technical Manager Mark Chuang shares his insights on his regional market, highlights how he and his team are making a difference to customers and how, in his spare time, he is developing a deeper knowledge of data and coding.
Q) Tell us how you came to be in your
Our latest interview with a member of the Total Lubmarine family takes us to Italy where we meet Monza-based International Marine Key Account Manager Francesco Tealdo.
Francesco highlights his love for adding value to the customer experience and when he is not working, his passion for
The development of low sulfur fuels through the introduction of IMO2020 has been the most significant change to the way in which the global fleet has been powered since the introduction of the diesel engines in the maritime industry a little over 100 years ago.
As 2020 has come and almost
Total Lubmarine has won a contract with Bahamas Power & Light (BPL) following a joint bid made through our distributor RUBiS Bahamas.
RUBiS Bahamas is accredited with the award as sole lubricants supplier for BPL for the next 3 years with an estimated consumption of 4.000t of cylinder