October, 2014
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The Danish EPA will give funding to develop NOx sensors in drones.
Denmark Commits Further Funding to Drone ECA Enforcement
7 percent is the equivalent of 1.3 million TEU in capacity.
Alphaliner: Slow Steaming Keeps 7% of Global Fleet Employed
The company said slow steaming remains part of its toolbox.
Maersk Line to Continue Slow Steaming Efforts, Despite Reduced Benefits
The TSA said that demand for relatively scarce MGO would mean large price differentials.
TSA Says There Are "Serious Questions" Over 0.10% Supply
Minister for Tourism and Port Affairs Neil Costa wants Gibraltar to be the premier port of call in the Western Mediterranean.
Gibraltar Will Work to Stay "Most Competitive Bunkering Port in the Mediterranean"
The date seems to have been pushed back from mid-October.
Oryx to Start Las Palmas Bunkering Next Month
Similar price differentials occurred when the 1.0 percent sulfur cap was implemented in 2010.
Implementing ECAs Expected to Cause Massive Fuel Price Distortions
Jan-Piet Oosterlee is to head the commercial activities and operations of Transmarinefuels BV.
Dutch Bunker Industry Veteran Heads New ARA Bunker Venture
Bunker buyers should continue to purchase as far out as possible.
Crude Prices Firm as Saudi Arabia Cuts Supply Output
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Weekly Vessel Scrapping Report: 2014 Week 43