SULPHUR ENTERPRISE

  • General
    • Vessel Name : SULPHUR ENTERPRISE
    • Operator : BMO HARRIS EQUIPMENT FINANCE COMPANY
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Liquid Oil Tanker (Oil / Chemical)
    • Vessel Type : Petroleum / Chemical Carrier
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 9840
  • Location
    • City : MOBILE
    • STATE : AL
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 5031
    • Full Load Capacity : 28784 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 491.5 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 90 Feet
    • Overall Length : 524 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 90 Feet
    • Load draft : 35 Feet
    • Light Draft : 22 Feet
    • Height : 114 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1994
    • EQUIP2 : CHIKSAN
    • EQUIP1 : HYDRAULIC
    • Coast Guard Number : 1024115

BMO HARRIS EQUIPMENT FINANCE COMPANY

  • Operating Name : C/O SULPHUR CARRIERS, INC.

News

Fitch Warns: Shippers' Costs and Capex may Increase

Fitch Warns: Shippers' Costs and Capex may Increase

More stringent fuel regulations regarding sulphur content could significantly increase global shipping companies' operating costs and capex needs, says Fitch Ratings in a new report."This may negatively affect their credit quality unless they manage to pass these costs to customers.

Maritime Rule Change Stirs Fears of Diesel Shortage: Kemp

Maritime Rule Change Stirs Fears of Diesel Shortage: Kemp

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has so far resisted pressure to soften or postpone the implementation of new regulations requiring ships to use bunker fuels with a lower sulphur content from the start of 2020.That has prompted warnings from some analysts that the regulations will squeeze the availability of low-sulphur diesel and jet kerosene required by trucks, trains, aircraft

Singapore Bunkering Hub Ready for IMO 2020

Singapore Bunkering Hub Ready for IMO 2020

Singapore authorities are taking measures to ensure the availability of low-sulphur marine fuels ahead of upcoming emissions regulations in 2020, Singapore's Senior Minister of State for Transport and Health Lam Pin Min said on Wednesday."(The) MPA is working closely with the industry to ensure that Singapore is ready to supply low-sulphur compliant fuels ahead of 1 January, 2020

CMA CGM Estimates Low-sulphur Rule Will Cost $160 Per TEU

CMA CGM Estimates Low-sulphur Rule Will Cost $160 Per TEU

Container shipping group CMA CGM said it estimates the cost for it to comply with a new global low-sulphur shipping fuel regulation at around $160 per TEU, or standard container, at current conditions.In a statement on Monday, the French firm, one of the world's largest container lines, said the cost would be absorbed by adjustment of fuel surcharges for customers.

Maersk to Spend $2 Bln to Meet 2020 Sulphur Cap

Maersk to Spend $2 Bln to Meet 2020 Sulphur Cap

Maersk Line said it will introduce a new Bunker Adjustment Factor (BAF) surcharge designed to recover costs of compliance with the global 0.5 percent sulphur cap set to enter into force on January 1, 2020. The Danish container carrier said it expects its extra fuel costs could exceed $2 billion.

Marine Low Sulphur Fuel: Organizing the Switch

Marine Low Sulphur Fuel: Organizing the Switch

The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) decision to implement a 0.50 percent cap on sulphur emissions has created uncertainty among vessel operators. Questions are already being asked about how to comply with the changing emissions target, what types of fuels will be available and where.

Maersk to Install Scrubbers on Select Vessels Ahead of 2020

Maersk to Install Scrubbers on Select Vessels Ahead of 2020

A.P. Moller-Maersk, the world's biggest container shipping group, will add devices to reduce harmful exhaust emissions to some of its ships ahead of new global fuel regulations starting in 2020.To combat air pollution, the International Maritime Organization (IMO), the United Nations' shipping agency, has set global regulations to cap the sulphur content in marine fuels, known as bunkers, at 0.

High-sulphur Fuel Demand Outlook Jumps as Shippers Soften Stance on Scrubbers

High-sulphur Fuel Demand Outlook Jumps as Shippers Soften Stance on Scrubbers

Demand for high sulphur marine fuels is likely to see a smaller drop than previously expected by 2020, said consultancy FGE, as changing attitudes to sulphur-stripping technologies from large shippers alter the outlook for use of the fuels.More than 2,100 vessels are now expected to be equipped with exhaust gas cleaning systems, known as scrubbers, by 2020, up from 1,500 ships previously

More Ships Adding Scrubbers ahead of 2020

More Ships Adding Scrubbers ahead of 2020

An increase in the number of ships adding cleaning systems to their smokestacks will mean vessels will continue to burn a sizable amount of fuel oil once new sulphur regulations for the fuel go into effect, Vienna-based consultancy JBC Energy said on Tuesday.Ships installed with exhaust gas cleaning systems, known as scrubbers, are expected to burn 600

China's Stricter Ship Emissions Rules a Boon for IMO 2020 Compliance

China's Stricter Ship Emissions Rules a Boon for IMO 2020 Compliance

Tighter rules on shipping emissions around China's coastlines from the start of next year is a clear sign the world's No. 2 economy will strive for 100 percent compliance when the global sulphur emissions cap starts in 2020, consultants Wood Mackenzie said on Tuesday.On July 9, China's Ministry of Transport announced it would extend its emission control areas (ECAs) to include the country's

Shipping Fuel Costs to Spike 25% on Sulphur Cap

Shipping Fuel Costs to Spike 25% on Sulphur Cap

Costs to rise from roughly $100 bln today; just 2 pct of global fleet to have scrubbers in 2020.   Global shipping fuel costs are likely to rise by a quarter, or $24 billion, in 2020 when new rules limiting sulphur kick in, consultants Wood Mackenzie said on Wednesday.   The ballooning costs will come as the change in regulations forces a portion of the world's fleet to switch to lower sulphur

IMO to Ban Ships without Scrubbers from Carrying High Sulphur Fuel

IMO to Ban Ships without Scrubbers from Carrying High Sulphur Fuel

The International Maritime Organization intends to ban ships that do not have equipment to strip sulphur from carrying fuel that has a sulphur content above new limits in 2020, an IMO official said on Thursday.   The ban, which still has to go through two formal approval steps, was presented at IMO compliance meetings earlier this month.