January, 2017
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"We have appointed valuable new team members who are integrating well," says Cem Saral, Group Chief Executive Officer for Cockett Group.
Cockett Announces New Hires in Rotterdam, Athens and Dubai
The new appointments follow a general meeting held on Wednesday January 18, 2017, in Istanbul, the association has told Ship & Bunker.
Turkish Bunker Association Elects New Board Members, Chairman
Egypt's Suez Canal 2016 is said to have declined to $5.005 billion compared to $5.175 billion the previous year.
Suez Canal Sees Revenues Fall in 2016
Wallace Stone will complete design development work at existing ports ahead of the delivery of the two MDO-LNG powered vessels.
Preparations Continue for CalMac's Two Newbuild Dual-Fuel Ferries
Sources familiar with the matter have told Ship & Bunker that the shipyard took the vessels back last week.
Rumours of Financial Trouble Swirl as Bunker Player Loses 2 Barges
The port says there was an 83 percent increase in environmental discounts given in 2016 compared to the previous year.
Port of Gothenburg Calls Growing Number of Green Vessels "Highly Encouraging"
Observers say the production resurgence will commence following the end of the OPEC cuts in June.
Record Russian Output Forecast, Rising US Production and Iraqi Compliance Concerns Point to Huge Oil Inventory Increases Later This Year
Meanwhile, BP says oil's going nowhere and is planning for a $55 price average this year.
Dana Gas Warns of 1 Billion Barrel Oil Glut as Saudi Aramco Calls For $25 Trillion in New Oil Capacity
Estonian media reports that the M├Ántu Harbour facility will not proceed - at least not at the scale previously announced.
Planned LNG Bunkering Facility in Estonia Thrown into Question
Friday's traffic stoppage is said to have left barges unable to leave the Istanbul terminal to supply vessels.
Istanbul Bunkering Operations Have Resumed after Friday Fuel Oil Spill: Sources