February, 2017
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The cargo ship Union Demeter has been detained in Haldia Port since December on outstanding bunker bills.
23 Crew Stranded in Haldia Port After Cargo Vessel Detained on Bankrupt Owner's Unpaid Bunker Bills
The news comes following a spill resulting from the collision of two tankers on January 28 at Chennai's Kamarajar Port.
Chennai Port Trust to Enhance Oil Spill Response Capacity
"Our decision to enter the LNG bunkering market is part of a long-term strategy," says EVOL LNG's Nick Rea.
"Interest in LNG as a Marine Fuel Is Growing" Following IMO Sulfur Cap Decision, Says Supplier
A leading physical supplier of bunker fuel in Singapore and other ports are looking to hire a Bunker Trader to join their Singapore team.
Bunker Jobs: Singapore Bunker Trader Opportunity with Major Oil Business
The three-day workshop, held this week in Johor, Malaysia, saw attendees conduct on board inspections under MARPOL Annex VI.
GloMEEP Workshop Sees Attendees Practice Onboard Bunker Testing Operations
The company was officially declared bankrupt by a South Korean court today.
Hanjin Shipping Succumbs to Bankruptcy Declaration
While coming into the Singapore market would be "very difficult," for those already invested in know how and the right people, "it makes sense to be here," Fratelli Cosulich CEO Timothy Cosulich tells Ship & Bunker.
Singapore Is a Good Bunker Market to Be in for the Right Players: Cosulich
Salvage operations are reported to have been hampered by rough weather.
Oil Pollution Spotted After Tanker Runs Aground off Japan
Moody's has also upgraded HMM's credit rating from D to BB, moving the company from a "default" rating to "stable."
Updated: HMM Expected to Receive $633 Million in State-Backed Financing
Dan-Bunkering served a warrant of arrest on PDZ Holdings' vessel PDZ Mewah last month.
PDZ Declares "Strong Arguable Case" After Vessel Arrested on Bunker Claim