Drawing on the findings of our recent report “The Sustainability Imperative”, this article takes a look at some of the possible fuels to replace heavy fuel oil in the shipping industry. While some of these alternative fuels may eventually prove to be intermediate solutions, they remain an essential part of the industry’s journey to its carbon neutral future.
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The six-year loan is backed by Italian export credit agency SACE through its “Garanzia Italia” facility and was partly used by Euromont for the purchase of two product tankers.
This article discusses some key benefits of Singapore’s Electronic Transactions (Amendment) Act 2021 and its impact on the maritime sector, focusing on e-bills of lading with a Q&A at the end.