July, 2014
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Matmo is expected to make landfall in eastern China, south of Shanghai, on Thursday.
Typhoon Matmo Halts Bunkering Operations
"There are virtually no cat fines, it has a high viscosity, but is low in sulfur," ExxonMobil Marine Fuels & Lubricants' Iain White tells Ship & Bunker.
ExxonMobil Discusses HDME 50, its New 0.10% Sulfur HFO-Like Bunker Fuel
Bunker purchasers encouraged to not hold on to any requirements and clear their desk as requests come up.
WTI Prices Increase for the Third time in Four Days
Stephen Hoare has a strong professional background in developing events and membership, says IBIA Chief Executive Peter Hall.
IBIA Appoint New Events and Membership Manager
The Royston Enginei system can track fuel use by each engine in various operating modes.
Maersk Vessel Adds Bunker Fuel Monitoring System
The French carrier may deepen ties with CSCL and UASC to compete with Maersk Line and MSC.
CMA CGM Seeking New Partners
The company's separation from DNV offers new opportunities for growth.
VPS Wants to Expand in Bunkering, Shipping Sectors
"The new low sulphur fuel regulations will result in extensive increases in bunker costs," the company says.
Hapag-Lloyd Warns of 50-100% Premiums to Cover 2015 Low-Sulfur Costs
The companies are reportedly meeting frequently with equity funds and other potential investors.
Five Banks Left in TORM Negotiations
With potential geo-political problems once again coming to a head we could see a serious increase in prices.
Bunker Prices Jump as Oil Prices Increase