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Inside Opinion: I Think I Know When Container Ships Will Stop Growing
Korea Ship and Offshore Research Institute has begun developing a 25,000 TEU capacity box ship. So where will it stop? 28,000? 30,000?
Inside Opinion: Could the OW Bunker Collapse Cause a Domino Effect in Singapore?
Credit insurance will be a lot more expensive come renewal time and a lot more compelling than it was for those that don't have it now.
Inside Opinion: The Bunker Credit Schism
Should bunker suppliers be blamed when shipping companies' vessel ownership mechanisms make it harder to get bunkers?
Inside Opinion: What next for the KG Funds?
The chastening market conditions of the last few years mean shipping no longer offers the low risk returns of old.
Inside Opinion: Bunker Credit Management - Champagne and Oysters at the Casino
The top credit managers are revenue generators as well as risk mitigators.
Inside Opinion: The Evolution of Bunker Credit
Credit management is growing and developing and there will come a time when bunker traders look to self-insure.
Inside Opinion: Lessons from OSG - Does Ch11 Skew the Global Playing Field?
Could we have seen many more shipping bankruptcies in Europe if there was Ch11 protection, and bankruptcy didn't mean liquidation?
Inside Opinion: What Does the Future Hold for Panamax Vessels?
The whole outlook for a section of bulkers, boxships and product tankers is set to change forever - and for Panamax owners, not for the better.
Inside Opinion: Corruption and the Cultural Divide
In parts of the world where it's a fact of business life, the question is where is the line is between "cultural" and "corrupt".
Inside Opinion: Credit for Bunkers is Getting More Expensive to Give Out
If you want credit for your bunkers you have to have some sort of transparency.
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Feature: The Current Business Models for Suppliers and Intermediaries Will Not Work Beyond 2020; What Can the Bunker Industry Learn from Aviation?
The Aviation and Marine fueling businesses are fundamentally one and the same, writes Steve Leonard.
Peter Grunwaldt Joins Hafnia Management as Pool Moves to take Bunkering Requirements In-House
"By bringing the bunkering requirements in-house we will strive to deliver even greater value," Grunwaldt tells Ship & Bunker.
Yang Ming Recapitalisation Plan to Utilise Taiwan Government Funds
"Customers and vendors can rest assured that Yang Ming is not in default of any obligations," assured the company in a statement Monday.
Trump's America Energy First Plan Greeted Politely by OPEC, Russia
Trump is the latest in a long line of U.S. presidents vowing to promise energy independence.
Shells Pens Sale Agreement with SADAF Joint Venture
Shell is set to sell its 50 percent stake in SADAF, its petrochemicals joint venture in Jubail, Saudi Arabia, to SABIC for $820 million.
UBS, Other Experts Predict Prices in the High $60s in 2017
But the persistent threat of a recovered U.S. shale industry is stalling any real market gains.
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