February, 2017
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But the key question is how long the deal will be in place, with ABN Amro Bank warning a failure to extend it could send oil back into the $30's.
OPEC: Anything Less Than 100 Percent Compliance in Oil Cutback Deal Is Not Satisfactory
Bunker prices were firmer in the primary ports.
Positive OPEC Comments Lift Prices 1%
Meanwhile, Oil Search managing director Peter Botten is the latest voice who says "I don't see much happening to the oil price in 2017."
Citi Eyes $70 Oil in 2017, but Saudi Says It Doesn't Believe in Rapid Crude Price Changes
IBIA Chairman Robin Meech says the association is in "a new era."
IBIA to Draft "Guide to Good Practice for Bunker Suppliers"
The conference is set to be held in Aalborg on April 25.
Danish Maritime Conference to Focus on Scrubbers, Tightening Sulfur Regs
The event is said to have been intended to enable maritime training institutes to deliver IMO's Model Course 4.05 to seafarers.
GloMEEP Sees Two Day Workshop Held in Malaysia for Energy Efficient Operation of Ships
AIDA Cruises says the vessel will be world's first cruise ship able to run completely on LNG.
AIDA Cruises Marks Steel Cutting for First in Series of LNG-Powered Newbuilds
Bunker suppliers have been invited to submit applications for supply licenses at the port by April 7.
Bunkering at Egyptian Port of Sokhna to Begin July 1
The Samson Mariner, ran aground Wednesday while towing a barge, the Saint Elias, near Rosa Reef in north Tongass Narrows, Alaska.
1,100 Gallons of Fuel Spilled After Alaskan Tug Grounding
Spiked by OW Bunkers' collapse, the bunkers industry has, since the end of 2014 and into 2015 and 2016, had not just one "annus horribilis," but "anni horribilis," horrible years.
The Future Now After OW: Assuring "Anni Mirabilis" With Lessons from "Anni Horribilis"