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Joint Committee Praises OPEC for its Oil Cutback Compliance, but "Zero Chance" the U.S. Will Come On Board
"Such an agreement would be a violation of U.S. law, including the Sherman Antitrust Act and the Clayton Act," says economics professor.
Trump Tax Reforms Could Cause Oil Production Surge: Goldman Sachs
Trump's aggressive first week in office causes Harold Hamm to reiterate his prediction of energy independence by 2022.
"Growing Consensus" Over Who Should Be Paid Disputed OW Bunker Bills
Judge Caproni's latest decision recognises that OW Bunker took on financial risk and 'provided' the bunkers, writes Montgomery McCracken's Robert E. O'Connor.
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More Predictions of Oil Range Bound at $50-60, With Resurfacing Fears of a Slide to the $30s
Much of the fear is due to U.S. shale and the possible expiration of the OPEC cutback agreement in the spring.
Record Rising U.S. Oil production Will Continue to Offset OPEC Cutbacks
Analysts portray the situation as a looming "tug of war" between the cartel and the U.S.
Are Compliance Officers the Next "Must Have" for the Bunker Industry?
"What we are seeing from bunker buyers is they want to make sure they are dealing with a compliant counterparty," Monjasa's Thorstein Andreasen tells Ship & Bunker
Bunker Jobs: Singapore Bunker Trader Opportunity with Major Oil Business
A leading physical supplier of bunker fuel in Singapore and other ports are looking to hire a Bunker Trader to join their Singapore team.
The Future Now After OW: Assuring "Anni Mirabilis" With Lessons from "Anni Horribilis"
Spiked by OW Bunkers' collapse, the bunkers industry has, since the end of 2014 and into 2015 and 2016, had not just one "annus horribilis," but "anni horribilis," horrible years.
Oil Glut and U.S. Shale Worries Cause Market Losses For The Week
Uncertainty over whether OPEC will extend its cutbacks is also weighing heavily on the market.
Bankrupt Owner's Cargo Vessel Detained, 23 Crew Stranded Over Unpaid Bunker Bills
The cargo ship Union Demeter has been detained in Haldia Port since December on outstanding bunker bills.
Baltic Dry Index Returns Above 800 as Industry Analysts Suggest Market is Ready for Recovery
The Pacific basin is said to be seeing growing enquiries and activity following the conclusion of Chinese New Year festivities.
Danish Maritime Conference to Focus on Scrubbers, Tightening Sulfur Regs
The conference is set to be held in Aalborg on April 25.
IBIA to Draft "Guide to Good Practice for Bunker Suppliers"
IBIA Chairman Robin Meech says the association is in "a new era."
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