October, 2016
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Bunker sales at the port fell to 2.42 million cbm during 2016's Q3 against 2.67 million cbm during the same period of 2015.
Bunker Sales at Port of Rotterdam Down During Q3 Compared to Last Year
In the wake of Hanjin's collapse, the move is said to be intended to support South Korea's position within the global container shipping market.
Seoul Mulls "Team Korea" Carrier Alliance
Kirby Offshore Marine paid the money to the Heiltsuk Nation after the company's tug grounded off British Columbia's coast late last week.
Kirby Pays $250,00 Toward Bunker Spill Clean Up on Canadian West Coast
Keppel says it is looking for new opportunities within the "promising future" of LNG, including LNG as marine fuel.
Keppel Highlights Strategic Positioning Amid Rise of LNG Bunker Market
Bunker traders late Thursday estimated that delivery schedules could be back on track on Tuesday at the earliest.
Hong Kong Bunkering Halted Ahead of Typhoon Haima
Bunker trading houses "are in for a major comeback in the years to come," Brightoil's Hans Staal tells Ship & Bunker.
0.5% Sulfur Cap: Good News for Bunker Traders, Bad News for Shipowners
The IMO's official fuel availability study and a second independent study are an "exchange of ignorance", Rudy Kassinger tells Ship & Bunker.
BP Ready for 2020 0.5% Global Sulfur Cap, but No-One Knows What 100+ of the World's Others Refiners Will Do
But analysts are still divided as to what this means for prices.
Falih: Oil Markets Are at the End of Downturn
The joint call for action was issued through an open letter signed by the group members, encouraging IMO member states to set clearly defined objectives.
52 Maritime Players Issue Joint Call for IMO Action on Shipping Emissions
Bunker prices were softer in the primary ports.
Crude Falls as Dollar Hits Three-Month Peak against the Euro