February, 2017
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Fri17Feb
CEPSA says their product will comply with ISO RMD 80 parameters.
CEPSA Starts ULSFO Supply in Algeciras Bay
Fri17Feb
The three-day workshop, held this week in Johor, Malaysia, saw attendees conduct on board inspections under MARPOL Annex VI.
GloMEEP Workshop Sees Attendees Practice Onboard Bunker Testing Operations
Fri17Feb
DSME says a Chinese shipbuilding and offshore equipment company filed a patent invalidation complaint to SIPO - a claim that was dismissed.
DSME Wins Chinese Patent Case for Natural Gas Fuel Supply System
Fri17Feb
The company was officially declared bankrupt by a South Korean court today.
Hanjin Shipping Succumbs to Bankruptcy Declaration
Fri17Feb
Richard Gorry doesn't expect a "true" re-balance to come until "much much later" than this year.
OPEC Goal Is Self-Protection, Not Re-Balancing or $70 Oil: Analyst
Fri17Feb
Spain's trade unions were set to strike on February 20, 22, and 24.
Strikes Scheduled for Spanish Ports Called Off
Fri17Feb
The huge American volumes are accompanied by Iraq shipping more crude than expected this month.
Record High US Shale Exports May be the Future Norm, Say Experts
Fri17Feb
The announcement follows Russia and other non-members achieving only a 48 percent compliance rate under the agreement.
Russia Will Consider Extending Participation in OPEC Cutback Agreement: Novak
Fri17Feb
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has reached an agreement with Fincantieri for the construction of the four fuel efficient next generation newbuild ships.
Norwegian Cruise Line Slated to Receive Four Fuel Efficient Newbuilds
Fri17Feb
While coming into the Singapore market would be "very difficult," for those already invested in know how and the right people, "it makes sense to be here," Fratelli Cosulich CEO Timothy Cosulich tells Ship & Bunker.
Singapore Is a Good Bunker Market to Be in for the Right Players: Cosulich