March, 2017
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Either way, nobody sees a price breakout anytime soon.
"Ingenious" Americans Will Keep Oil at $50; But Stability is More Important, says SABIC
The MAN 48/60CR engine is said to feature optimised performance for increased fuel-efficiency and reduced emissions.
U.S. Navy Looks to MAN Engines for Bunker Efficiency Boost on Newbuild Bunker Tankers
A decrease in long positions last week sets a record.
OPEC Admits That Cutback Extension is Required, but Market Expresses Non-Faith in the Cartel
Industry sources say the uptake of methanol as marine fuel will be largely dictated by commercial considerations.
Cost Factors to Influence Use of Methanol Bunkers in Face of Tightening Environmental Regs
Through its Test & Training Centre, Alfa Laval says its PureSOx platform is being adapted to suit a wide range of customer needs.
Alfa Laval Looks to Boost Scrubber Flexibility and Optimisation
Marakis joined the Group 12 years ago, having initially held the position of Bunker and Lubricant Trader.
Promotion for George Makrakis at BMS United Bunkers
The two 38,000 DWT vessels are set to be built by China's Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding.
Odfjell LOI for Dual-Fuel Chemical Tanker Pair
The preferred supplier status is granted under an initiative intended to improve the economic, social, and environmental sustainability of international shipping.
Shell Becomes First IMPA ACT Accredited  Lube Supplier
The organisation has already chosen six ports in which to carry out LNG bunkering and is looking at adding more.
Peace Boat Shares Ecoship LNG Bunkering Plans
The vessels are set to be supplied with LNG bunkers under a supply agreement with Shell.
SCF Orders Four LNG-Powered Tankers Under Joint Project with Shell