October, 2014
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In the event of dispute of mass flow meter failure, the opening sounding will be needed to determine the bunker volume delivered.
Take An Opening Tank Sounding When Bunkering with MFMs, Bunker Detectives Advise
The ports of Antwerp, Rotterdam and Zeebrugge met with Singapore's MPA to discuss harmonization of LNG bunkering standards.
Singapore's MPA furthers LNG Bunkering discussions with European Port Authorities
Christophe de Margerie and three crew members were found dead at the scene after a private plane collided with a with a snow removal machine.
Total CEO Christophe de Margerie Dies in Plane Crash
Global estimates have purported daily production of 1.5 - 2 million barrels over demand.
Oil Benchmarks Recede, OPEC to Continue Supply Levels
BP Singapore President Terence Yuen urged the IMO to confirm a date for implementation of new lower sulfur rules.
BP Says 0.5% Sulfur Cap by 2020 Is Feasible, Urges IMO Confirmation
Major Brazilian producer and exported of LSFO says it is not ready to invest in boosting production at this point.
Petrobras Not Ready to Produce More LSFO
The Cyprus Shipping Chamber says that CO2 rules should be made at the international level.
Cyprus Shipowners Say EU-Only CO2 Rules Harm Competitiveness
Mega container ships may be on the horizon as pressure to put more cargo on ships rises.
Lloyd's Register: We'll Soon See Ships of 24,000 TEU
It is not unreasonable to expect another $10 per barrel decline in oil prices, but this is going to go into the winter months.
WTI Dips Below $80/bbl for the First Time in Four Years
SOHAR Port and Freezone will join major bunkering hubs Singapore and Rotterdam in offering the service.
SOHAR to Offer Ship-to-Ship LNG Transfers, LNG Bunkering