August, 2014
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Wed20Aug
Bunker prices were firmer in the primary ports.
Crude Up After EIA Drawdown Larger than Expected
Wed20Aug
The 1,750 person and 350 vehicle capacity vessel is being called the "greenest ever ferry in Holland".
Diesel, CNG, Solar Ferry Announced
Wed20Aug
"Fuel quantity shortages continue to be an on-going issue facing customers," the company says.
ExxonMobil: Over 1M mt of Bunkers Delivered in Singapore Using MPA Approved Mass Flow Meters
Wed20Aug
Carnival Cruise Line paying fewer visits, with smaller ships, due to low-sulfur fuel requirements.
ECA Costs Reduce Cruise Visits in Halifax
Wed20Aug
Lack of historical data, concerns about oil spills make calculations difficult.
Insurers Mull Arctic Shipping Routes
Wed20Aug
The container vessel was designed to serve Arctic ports through the winter.
Return of Russian Nuclear Cargo Ship Planned
Wed20Aug
Spain "reserves all the options that are at its disposal" to address the conflict, official says.
Gibraltar Dispute "Not Concluded"
Wed20Aug
Growing cruise ships sizes will also demand new investment from the nation.
Fuel Costs, Fees Could Hurt New Zealand Cruise Industry
Tue19Aug
Bunker prices continued to be soft in the primary ports.
WTI Tumbles as Traders Sell Off Their September Crude Positions
Tue19Aug
While the use of LNG has become a trend, many challenges lie ahead before the practice becomes a common one.
Ambiguous Future for LNG?