Several shipping, refining, fuel supply and standards organizations, including CIMAC, OCIMF and IBIA, have collaborated to produce the Joint Industry Guidance on the supply and use of 0.5% sulfur marine fuel, released on 20 August 2019.
The publication is designed to guide
The report published in April reveals that Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reductions of up to 21 percent are achievable from LNG as a marine fuel, compared with current oil-based marine fuels over the entire lifecycle from Well-to-Wake (WtW).
The paper also confirms that emissions of other local
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
Speaking with Motorship in December, Total Lubmarine Technical Director, Jean-Philippe Roman discussed new fuels, the low sulfur blends evolving in response to 2020 regulation and the impact digitalization will have on cylinder condition monitoring.
Mr Roman addressed the issue of
In January’s edition of Hansa International Maritime Journal, Total Lubmarine Marketing Director, Serge Dal-Farra, lends his opinion to the technical challenges for the marine lubricants market ahead of 2020.
Mr. Dal-Farra discussed the confusion Total Lubmarine is experiencing on
Speaking with IHS Markit, Maritime and Trade, Jerome Leprince-Ringuet, Managing Director of Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions (TMFGS), explains that while TMFGS have developed and tested products for the upcoming IMO 2020 regulation, its customers are not consistently matching the same level
The availability of low Base Number (BN) lubes to be used in conjunction with Low Sulphur Fuel Oil (LFSO) has emerged as a key concern of Asia Pacific based ship management companies. That’s according to Mike Wong, Total Lubmarine’s Hong Kong based Technical Director, who held
As an intrinsic part of the Total Group, Total Lubmarine supports the 2020 sulphur cap – meaning that the global lubricant supplier is always researching solutions and developing products for the future. By engaging with the industry as much as possible, Lubmarine is also dedicated to
In a bid to remain at the forefront of a changing shipping sector, Taiwan’s Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) has announced a low-sulphur fuel oil regulation for ships entering its international ports. The new rule, announced on 11 January 2018, will go into effect on 1