July, 2017
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Meanwhile, non-compliant UAE sends message that better times may be imminent.
Charges that OPEC Has No Plan to Reduce Glut Come Amid Reports that Venezuela is on Brink of Collapse
Russia may even abandon OPEC's reduction agreement if the cartel fails to take action against cheating nations on July 24.
More Output Increases Cause Crude Losses Friday and Predictions OPEC and Russia will be "Punished Mightily" Next Week
The project involves three separate research streams, including an assessment of shore side power.
PLA Announces New Research on Thames' Vessel Emissions
PTP has filed a lawsuit against Rising Star Shipping and the Shipowners' Mutual Protection and Indemnity Association for RM31.86 million ($7.44 million).
PTP Files Lawsuit Over Trident Star Bunker Spill at Malaysian Terminal
The polar logistics vessel features a complete Wärtsilä propulsion machinery package and Wärtsilä NOR SCR exhaust gas cleaning systems.
L'Astrolabe Becomes First Ship with IMO Tier III EIAPP Certified Wärtsilä Engines
"Scrubbers aren't the only answer," IUT President and CEO Jim Van Wert tells Ship & Bunker.
By 2020 Ships Will Have Option to Desulfurize HFO Onboard to Meet 0.50% Sulfur Regs, Says Oil Tech Company
Bunker prices were somewhat stable in the primary ports.
Oil Fades After Choppy Trading
"Aegean has established a global platform with a reputation for high-quality customer service and I am honored to serve as President," says Mcilroy.
Jonathan Mcilroy Appointed President of Aegean
The comments come in light of a recent report published by the European Commission that examined differentiated port infrastructure charges.
BPO: Environmental Port Charging Should Remain Voluntary
Euronav has since decided to apply Hempaguard X7 to two more vessels – the VLCC Sandra and the Suezmax Maria.
Euronav Quantifies Bunker Savings with Hempel Hull Monitoring Service