July, 2016
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Fri29Jul
The possibility of oil in the 30s is still strong, say analysts.
U.S. Crude Enters Technical Bear Market Amid New Predictions That Prices Will Remain in the $45-$50 Range In 2017
Fri29Jul
ESPO also advocates the increased use of shore power to reduce ship emissions at ports.
ESPO: LNG Bunkers Most Promising Medium Term Solution for Shipping Emissions
Fri29Jul
But the company says overall "oil demand has been pretty robust" and doesn't see it dropping.
$70 Crude Inevitable, Even Though Citigroup Says Fuel Oil Demand has "Dropped Off the Planet"
Thu28Jul
Total bunker volumes for the three months ended June 30, 2016, were reported at 2,168.3 million gallons.
World Fuel Services Q2 Bunker Volumes Flat, but Marine Income Slips
Thu28Jul
The comments came following news that a new LNG powered bulk carrier will have its tanks made out of a novel high manganese steel.
HMD: Shipping Industry Should Not Hesitate Over New Tech in Pursuit of Greener Vessels
Thu28Jul
The EC strategy expects a growing role for LNG as part of the efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
ECSA Supports Latest European Strategy for Emissions Reduction
Thu28Jul
"Fuels, especially low carbon fuels, are a really big and under-researched topic," Dr Michael Traut tells Ship & Bunker.
Reducing Ship Emissions: Could We Ever Replace Traditional Bunkers?
Wed27Jul
The email, that went into considerable detail over the alleged corruption, was dismissed as "baseless and unfounded accusations."
Glander International Bunkering Says Email "Confession" Over Corrupt Practices Was a "Hoax"
Wed27Jul
But all will be well next year with a possible high of $75, say analysts.
The Spectre of $30 Oil Resurfaces With Brent's Tuesday Dip Toward $44 Per Barrel
Wed27Jul
JSAT MOBILE Communications has signed an agreement with MOL, which will see Fleet Xpress service implemented across most of the MOL car carrier fleet.
MOL Calls Fleet Xpress "Pivotal" Step Toward Greener Shipping