August, 2015
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$40-Per-Barrel Crude is "Unsustainable" in Medium-to-Long Term, says Oil Minister Tord Lien.
Norway: No reason to Think We Will See Oil Prices Last Under $55 a Barrel
We believe prices will continue to fall as we near the end of the summer season.
Brent Prices Edge Down as WTI Drops 2%
JL Petroleum was said to have supplied bunkers on 14 occasions between 2 and 25 June 2013.
Unlicensed Singapore Bunker Supplier Pleads Guilty to Charges Brought by MPA
The company was also actively decreasing capacity as it sold off various assets in the first half of the year.
Increased Oil Storage Demand Sends Vopak Profits Higher
Thomson Reuters says the challenges facing storage operators are as severe as those of the fuel oil trading community.
Singapore Storage Operators Will Be Ultimate Losers in Asia's Changing Oil Market, says Analyst
Eco Marine Power says it now offers a new range of marine batteries that have been accepted for use on ClassNK classed vessels.
ClassNK Approved Battery Solutions Ready for Ships
The storm was expected to hit Japan Tuesday morning before continuing north to South Korea.
Typhoon Goni to Halt Bunkering in South Korea and Taiwan Ports
Iran says it endorses a meeting to stabilise oil prices, but reports say such a meeting is unlikely unless Saudi Arabia is in favour.
Iran: Emergency OPEC Meeting May Be "Effective" for Oil Price Stability
The discussions will be part of London International Shipping Week in September
IBIA To Hold Forum on Bunkering with New Fuels
The Supreme Court of Singapore says the chemical tanker, Imbak, has $32,128 worth of bunkers on board.
Tanker in Dispute With Singapore Bunker Player to be Sold at Auction