February, 2017
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As Ship & Bunker has previously reported, the facility is set to serve as a LNG bunkering station.
EDF Highlights Dunkirk LNG Terminal Operations [VIDEO]
BP meanwhile says oil will stay in the $50s for 2017 - which is a boon to Qatar.
Statoil Drops Long Term Oil Forecast to $75 Per Barrel
The company has expanded its storage and truck fleet, and has two further projects underway, Head of Global Trading Robert Preston tells Ship & Bunker.
2017 Shaping Up to be a "Big Year" For Bunker Player Prima Marine
The two new hybrid ferries, M/V Berlin and M/V Copenhagen, went into ordinary service on February 5, 2017.
Scandlines Deploys Hybrid Newbuilds on Rostock-Gedser Route
Two of the ferries are set to be employed on the Brekstad - Valset route, while the third will be put on the Sandvikvåg - Husavik route.
NES Hybrid Electric Systems Selected to Power Three Fjord1 Newbuilds
Further cutbacks from private producers may happen sooner than scheduled, says Russian energy minister.
Oil Prices Reaching a Fair Level Due to OPEC Cutbacks: Russia
The vessel owners claim diesel supplied by MOBC contained excessive water, resulting in engine damage.
Bunker Supplier Taken to Court in Malta for Watered-Down Fuel
Peter Stevenson is noted to be leading Aderco at their new offices in Hampshire.
Fuel Treatment Firm Aderco Opens UK Office to Serve Growing Demand in the Marine Market
The number of bunkering operations at Vladivostok is in January are also noted to have declined, falling from 243 to 227.
Vladivostok January Bunker Sales Down 4% Year on Year
The LNG-fuelled cement carrier, Ireland, recently received 19 tonnes of LNG through a truck to ship operation at the port.
German Port of Brunsbüttel Marks First LNG Bunkering Operation