April, 2015
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Wed29Apr
"So asking someone I think is great. My question is, who?"
Kassinger Questions Practicality of 2018 Fuel Availability Study
Wed29Apr
The group aims to improve fuel efficiency by 3 percent.
Norden Looks to Slash $5.5 Million From its Bunker Bill "for the Benefit of the Environment and the Bottom Line"
Wed29Apr
Company cites ease of permitting, access to offshore gas in Atlantic Canada and support from stakeholders for decision to build facilities in Nova Scotia
New LNG Bunker Facility to Target US, Canadian East Coast Demand
Tue28Apr
Brent futures slipped 19 cents since yesterdays close settling $64.64 per barrel while WTI futures settled 7 cents higher at $57.06 per barrel.
Mixed Day for Crude Futures After Early Rally
Tue28Apr
It is not currently known how much fuel was spilled into Tauranga Harbour.
Fuel Spill During Bunkering in New Zealand, Heavy Winds Interfering with Cleanup
Tue28Apr
Petroleum shipping remains a "core element" of business.
MISC: No Intention to Sell its AET Tankers Business
Tue28Apr
300 newbuilds would have to be cut from the orderbook, according to Boston Consulting Group.
Box Ship Orderbook Needs to be Halved to Restore Supply and Demand Balance by 2019
Tue28Apr
The VGP system is touted as being able to help ship owners reduce the risk of potentially costly new rules.
DNV GL Unveils New US VGP Compliance Verification System
Tue28Apr
Chevron dispatching one million barrels after three-year storage, in what California Energy Commission calls "a bizarre incident."
Report: Asia-Bound Contaminated Crude Cargo Could be Destined for Bunker Markets
Tue28Apr
The Pearl River Delta reportedly accounts for about 10 percent of the world's container port traffic.
New Hong Kong Sulfur Cap Could Pave the Way for Similar Rules in Mainland China