August, 2016
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Vessels are connected to Malaysian and Vietnamese interests.
Two Small Tankers Arrested in Singapore
Other unnamed sources take the mainstream view that the upcoming Algeria talks are pointless.
Goldman Sachs Dismisses Freeze Talks as Counterproductive, but Crude Bounces on Iran Indicating it Might Support Them
California's ARB says Mayor Eric Garcetti has appointed a new advisory board to support the reduction of carbon emissions at the Port of L.A.
Port of L.A. Takes Another Step Towards Zero Emissions
"Small-scale activities would not be able to compete in the international arena," says PMO Managing Director Mohammad Saeednejad.
Iran Says Bunkering Capacity Up 33%, but Sector Needs More Investment
And again, freeze talks are dismissed as irrelevant.
Credit Suisse: More Negatives Than Positives for Crude Prices, But No Move Back Into The $30s
"GSD is yet to see in the public domain anything definitive that makes the present plans acceptably safe," it says.
Shell Deal Prompts Gibraltar Opposition to Again Voice Concern Over LNG Bunkering
ABIS will largely focus on working with small and medium-sized bunker companies in order to enhance business service quality.
New Singapore Bunker Industry Association Established
Monjasa says the facility was arranged by its newest financial partner, Société Générale.
Monjasa Announces New $80 Million Credit Facility
M/T Tilos is expected to arrive in South Africa in September, Aegean tells Ship & Bunker.
Aegean to Redeploy Singapore Barge to New "Beneficial" South African Operation
The swap plus two key oil field developments will boost Iran's flourishing international status.
Iran Readies Oil Deals With Russia, China