December, 2016
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The Bank of Russia believes the cutbacks won't have a lasting effect on prices.
Crude Up on Confidence of OPEC Cutback Compliance, But Russia Doubtful Of Long Term Efficacy
IBIA says 98 percent of fuel oil barges registered in Singapore are expected to be prepared for compliance with the new requirement on January 1.
IBIA: Almost All Licenced Singapore Fuel Oil Barges Are Fitted with MFMs
The partnership, Nordic Liquefaction, is intended to enable "greener transport" in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea.
Nature Energy Joins Partnership for Danish LNG Bunker Facility
Pioneer Natural Resources isn't hedging much for 2018 in anticipation of good times ahead.
Analyst, COO Foresee Major Drawdowns And Oil Surging To $70 In 2018
However, Libya's return to production is viewed as gradual and fragile.
Market Flat as Libya Reopens Oil Field And U.S. Shale Gears Up
The two companies will work together to boost the energy and operational efficiency of COSCO's new build fleet, as well as other selected classes.
COSCO Aims for Bunker-Savings through New Fleet Contract with Marorka
The approval enables the alliance agreement between MOL, NYK, K Line, Hapag-Lloyd, and Yang Ming to become effective on December 19, 2016.
THE Alliance Receives U.S. Approval
Petronas' LNG receiving terminal in Pengerang, Malaysia has been named as a potential location out of which to base the company's possible new activity.
Petronas Mulling Expansion into LNG Bunkering
Tighter regulation by the IMO, among other reasons, are cited for the expected increased use of such fuels.
Drop-In Biofuels Could Make Up to 10% of the Marine Fuel Mix by 2030: GoodFuels
Bonded bunker sales in the country reached 2.678 million barrels during the month of October.
Japan's Bonded Bunker Fuel Sales Grow 9% in October