December, 2016
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"The suppliers and traders who are acting now are making the right moves," an industry source tells Ship & Bunker.
More Bunker Companies Undergo Consolidation Efforts as the Industry Prepares for a Tough 2017
GTT signed the MoU with Gabadi, Shanghai Aojiheng, and China Merchants Heavy Industry (Jiangsu), which aiming to move into LNG bunkering vessels.
GTT Signs Multi-Party MOU for Strategic Cooperation on LNG Projects
The grant was awarded to the project "Solar Fuelled Electric Maritime Mobility" by Norway-based non-profit research institute SINTEF.
UN-DESA Awards $1 Million Grant to Tunisia Solar-Powered Vessel Project
Have you sold bunkers to a recently scrapped vessel? Check here with's demolition sales from December 8 – December 14, 2016.
Weekly Vessel Scrapping Report: 2016 Week 49
Total says it plans to double its liquefaction capacity and has also become the latest company to join SEA\LNG.
Total Aiming to Be a Key Player in LNG Bunker Market
The declaration came at the company's fifth anniversary event in Hong Kong.
Lukoil: Growth Nets Company 10% of International Marine Lube Market
Neste will continue to supply low-sulfur bunkers to Tallink vessels calling at Finnish ports in 2017.
ECA Operator Extends Neste Bunker Supply Agreement
Julien Dufour, CEO, Verifavia Shipping, compares and contrasts IMO and EU's approaches to monitoring, reporting and verifying ship CO2 emissions.
Industry Insight: Emissions Data Collection â IMO vs. EU
Other analysts think oil will remain at $55-$60 pending the verification of OPEC production cutbacks.
Hess CEO Predicts "New Chapter" of $60-$80 Oil
CPC says it will be unable to take any new orders for fuel oil for delivery on or before December 20, due to low stock.
Tight Avails at Taichung