September, 2016
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Tue20Sep
Bunker prices were stable in the primary ports.
Crude Prices Mixed on Tuesday
Tue20Sep
The guides were released under the IMO's GloMEEP project, and were developed in collaboration with IMarEST.
IMO Releases New Guides to Support Energy Efficiency for Ships
Tue20Sep
GoodFuels Marine is working with the port on a marine biofuel pilot project, expected to reduce the carbon footprint of the port's fleet by 14 percent.
Port of Amsterdam Aims to Reduce Fleet's Carbon Footprint with Biofuels
Tue20Sep
The company completed the repurchase of 11,303,031 shares on September 15, bringing the company's total outstanding shares to 39,403,822.
Aegean Completes Melissanidis Share Repurchase
Tue20Sep
IBIA's Unni Einemo says that with the stricter global sulfur cap meaning a shift to distillates for most, there will be a paradigm shift for ship engines.
IBIA: Switch to 0.50% Global Sulfur Cap Represents "not Step Changes but Brutal Changes"
Tue20Sep
The analyst also thinks oil is about to breach $40 on its way down.
Venezuela Confident on Oil Output Deal, Kilduff Says the Entire Issue is "a Joke"
Tue20Sep
BP's head of energy economics also suggests it's pointless to dwell over the upcoming freeze talks.
Crude At $20-$100 All in the "Normal Range" Moving Forward: BP
Tue20Sep
Ultramax bulk carrier Sainty Valiant and Supramax Trident Challenger have both been arrested in Singapore.
Two Bulk Carriers Arrested in Singapore
Tue20Sep
VP Charlie Davies says bunker suppliers are typically insured for such losses.
World Fuel Services: Hanjin Collapse Won't be as Chaotic as OW Bunker
Tue20Sep
Crude fell to multi-week lows Friday, and the expectation among some traders is that prices will fall further.
Holidays, Low Prices Mute Asia Fuel Oil Trading Activity