October, 2015
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Brent contracts for November delivery rose 3% settling above $53.00 per barrel.
Bunkers Firm as Crude Futures Resume Upward Trend
A total of 3,415 mt of IFO380 was delivered to the 2010-built 179,400 dwt bulk carrier ER Borneo, a spokesperson tells Ship & Bunker.
GPS Bunkers Hails Largest Ever Single Bunker Supply Operation for Cochin
James Fanshawe, chair of the UK's Maritime Autonomous Systems regulatory working group, says that autonomous ships are already here.
Unmanned Vessels "Are Already a Reality"
The three companies are aiming to create a sustainable biofuel that is scalable.
Wärtsilä, Boskalis and GoodFuels Marine Launch Marine Biofuels Program
Foreign Minister Tony de Brum criticised the IMO for misunderstanding or even misusing the evidence around shipping and GHG emissions.
Marshall Islands Says IMO's Climate Position is a Danger to the Planet, Shipping, and World Trade
Bunkers were mostly steady today in the primary ports as suppliers and purchasers are waiting for the dust to settle.
Crude Futures Soften Mid Week
Thordon Bearings says that the classification society's new rules reduce shaft withdrawal frequency to every 15 years, from every 5 years.
China Classification Society Rule Change "Favours Water-Based Lubes"
Company says the addition of the two vessels, worth more than $62 million, bring the company's fleet to over 50.
d'Amico International Shipping Launches Two New Eco-Ships
Pacific Basin says that it expects more companies in the dry bulk industry to fall victim "financial distress."
Pacific Basin Warns of More Financial Distress for Dry Bulk Players
WTI contracts for November delivery firmed to 3 month highs settling up nearly 5% at $48.53 per barrel.
Brent Jumps 5% to Break $50.00 Ceiling