October, 2014
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Fri17Oct
Major Brazilian producer and exported of LSFO says it is not ready to invest in boosting production at this point.
Petrobras Not Ready to Produce More LSFO
Fri17Oct
Hyundai Heavy Industries laid off 81 of its 262 executives after reporting disappointing Q2 results.
HHI Lays Off Nearly One Third of Executive Management
Fri17Oct
The Cyprus Shipping Chamber says that CO2 rules should be made at the international level.
Cyprus Shipowners Say EU-Only CO2 Rules Harm Competitiveness
Fri17Oct
World Fuel Services will use fuel storage tanks belonging to Mediterranean Offshore Bunkering.
Malta Bunkering Company Signs Agreement with WFS
Fri17Oct
Mega container ships may be on the horizon as pressure to put more cargo on ships rises.
Lloyd's Register: We'll Soon See Ships of 24,000 TEU
Thu16Oct
It is not unreasonable to expect another $10 per barrel decline in oil prices, but this is going to go into the winter months.
WTI Dips Below $80/bbl for the First Time in Four Years
Thu16Oct
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Weekly Vessel Scrapping Report: 2014 Week 42
Thu16Oct
SOHAR Port and Freezone will join major bunkering hubs Singapore and Rotterdam in offering the service.
SOHAR to Offer Ship-to-Ship LNG Transfers, LNG Bunkering
Thu16Oct
Helge Lund has resigned with immediate effect after 10 years at Statoil in order to join UK's BG Group.
Statoil CEO Resigns to Join BG Group
Thu16Oct
The Danish Maritime Authority's Andreas Nordseth, is said to be considering standing as a candidate when the IMO's top job comes up for grabs.
Denmark's Nordseth Eyes Job as IMO Chief