August, 2014
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Thu21Aug
All of a sudden the world economies look good and demand is returning to the oil markets.
Crude Up Despite Starting the Day with Heavy Loses
Thu21Aug
The extra-large handysize vessels promise fuel savings at all speeds.
Four Eco-Bulkers for Bulgarian Owner
Thu21Aug
The company's recent acquisitions make it the largest U.S-listed bulk owner.
Star Bulk: Older, Less Fuel-Efficient Bulkers Still Have a Role
Wed20Aug
Bunker prices were firmer in the primary ports.
Crude Up After EIA Drawdown Larger than Expected
Wed20Aug
Lack of historical data, concerns about oil spills make calculations difficult.
Insurers Mull Arctic Shipping Routes
Tue19Aug
Bunker prices continued to be soft in the primary ports.
WTI Tumbles as Traders Sell Off Their September Crude Positions
Tue19Aug
While the use of LNG has become a trend, many challenges lie ahead before the practice becomes a common one.
Ambiguous Future for LNG?
Tue19Aug
Group-wide, Maersk raised its outlook to about $4.5 billion for 2014, up from a previous forecast of $4 billion.
Improved Bunker Efficiency Helps Maersk Line to Higher Profit
Mon18Aug
Bunker prices were lower in the primary ports, with the exception being Panama.
A New Week, a New 14 Month Low for Oil Prices
Mon18Aug
Regions, operating patterns, and local pricing now affect decisions on bunkers, says Rolls-Royce exec.
Rolls-Royce Marine: Fuel Choices Growing More Complex