November, 2014
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Mon17Nov
Some bunker buyers are turning to the Hong Kong market amid higher prices and reported supply difficulties in Singapore.
Hong Kong Sees Bunker Enquiries Rise up to 20%
Mon17Nov
SSA says "it was established that there had been no report of disruption to bunker supply and bunkering operations in Singapore."
Singapore Shipping Association Tells Industry to "Remain Calm" Over OW Bunker Bankruptcy
Mon17Nov
The International Energy Agency says MGO's share of the European bunker market will move from 20% percent to 30% from January.
IEA: MGO Demand to Grow 50% in Europe, Dominate in OECD Americas
Mon17Nov
Viking Line reduced its bunker costs in Q3 2014 despite seeing higher pasenger and cargo volumes against Q3 2013.
Viking Line Reduces Bunker Costs by 5.4%
Mon17Nov
It will be the world's first FPSO for hydrogen and carbon dioxide and the first to receive approval.
ClassNK Gives Approval to First H2/CO2 FPSO
Mon17Nov
Had this malpractice not been detected the client would have had a monetary loss of at least $36,000.
Tricks of the Bunker Trade: Singapore Cappuccino Bunker Incident Report [Pictures]
Fri14Nov
A list of at least 100 companies are expected to take legal action against OW Bunker and subsidiaries.
Claims Against OW Bunker Could Exceed $300 million,  $21.5 Million Confirmed
Fri14Nov
Two directors of Malaysian bunker player Zone Arctic and a ship's captain have been bailed pending trial for illegally storing 190,857 of subsidised diesel.
Three in Court Over Illegal Bunker Storage in Malaysia
Fri14Nov
Three U.S. subsidiaries of OW Bunker A/S have today filed petitions for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
OW Bunker U.S. Subsidiaries file for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Fri14Nov
Gibson says there has been a dramatic rise in TCE rates for LR1 and LR2 product tankers.
Long Range Tanker Market on Upswing Says Gibson