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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:JMU Ariake ShipyardAdded:Mar 01, 2020
Captured:February 21, 2020IMO:UnavailableHits:469
Photo Category: Ships under Construction
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Two VLCC tankers under construction at Japan Marine United Ariake shipyard near Kumamoto on Kyushu island.
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pieter melissen on Mar 10, 2020 11:25 (2 months ago)
The relative price difference between HFO and LSHFO is likely to remain the same. The (what I consider to be) temporary low crude price will only make the absolute price difference an issue, that could make the scrubber investment less attractive. As soon as Corona is under control and the Saudis will also realise that their income is in steep decline, the choice for scrubbers will have to be seen in the normal context.
lappino on Mar 10, 2020 09:47 (2 months ago)
Whatever I think about it, but there were lots of owners who built their ships without scrubbers 2 years ago, betting on acceptable price difference between HFO and LSHFO, only to run to whoever was having an empty yard slot to install them now - and now they're again wandering if their choice was correct...

Cheers

Vlad
pieter melissen on Mar 10, 2020 07:41 (2 months ago)
Vlad, do you think that the price of Low Sulphur Fuel Oil will stay permanently low?
lappino on Mar 10, 2020 02:00 (2 months ago)
And, luckily for them, VLCC tankers have plenty of space to install scrubbers. Only now, with oil prices approaching those of mineral water again, they may seem like an expensive option...

Cheers

Vlad
Bob Scott on Mar 09, 2020 17:35 (2 months ago)
Exhaust scubber fitted
Brian Clayton on Mar 09, 2020 16:22 (2 months ago)
Interesting approach to the funnel design
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