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IBIA partners with the Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation to amplify GHG reduction efforts

London/Singapore, 5 May 2022 – The Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) today announc… Read more…

MSC 105 approves new IMO regulations on flashpoint

A set of SOLAS amendments designed to prevent the supply of fuels in breach of the 60°C SOLAS limit… Read more…

MSC 105: Discussion to continue on sampling to determine flashpoint compliance

What happens next when ships have indicative test results suggesting that the oil fuel supplied may … Read more…

Bunker fuel safety risks to be further discussed at IMO

The recent chloride contamination cases in Singapore were raised during discussions at the 105th ses… Read more…

IMO to develop guidelines for safe use of ammonia

Work will commence at the IMO to develop guidelines for the safety of ships using ammonia as fuel. T… Read more…

Major step forward for fuel cells as IMO approves safety guidelines

It takes power to move a ship. For centuries they relied mainly on harnessing wind but at the end of… Read more…

Chloride contamination cases: IBIA proposes steps to mitigation

IBIA notes that the widely reported cases of problem bunker fuels supplied in Singapore during Febru… Read more…

New IBIA board takes effect with Timothy Cosulich as chair

Two new members join the board following 2022 elections. April 1 marks the start of a new term for t… Read more…

IBIA on the right track

Dear members and friends,  This is my last editorial letter as the chairman of IBIA after servi… Read more…

IBIA activities to shape the bunker industry in 2022

2021 was a year that taught us a lot, we became more knowledgeable and stronger During 2021, we mana… Read more…