March, 2017
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Bunker prices were softer in the primary ports.
Oil Prices Head Lower
The company says reducing fuel consumed per unit transported is the "most efficient contribution to reduce CO2 emissions."
WWL Calls for "Level Playing Field" from Shipping CO2 Regs
The announcement came as part of the company's interim financial results for the six month period ending December 31, 2016
Quadrise Marks Move to 24-Hour Per Day Production of MSAR Emulsion Bunkers
Pedersen is understood to have been battling a long illness.
Former OW Bunker CEO Jim Pedersen Dies Age 57
Turkey's Arkas Bunkering has announced that it has added two bunkering tankers to its fleet, M/T Alacati and M/T Bayrakli.
Arkas Bunkering Expands Operations with Growing Fleet
NSW EPA has said further consultation with the communities of regional ports will be required before an extension of low sulfur fuel requirements can be considered.
Community Group Pushes for Sydney Emission Regs to Be Extended to Port of Eden
But an extension of the output reduction deal may still be part of the country's plans.
Non-OPEC Cutback Participant Russia Sees Oil at $40/bbl Heading into 2018
Jotun and DNV GL are hosting the second HullPIC at Germany's Castle Ulrichshusen, from March 27 to 29, 2017.
Hull Performance & Insight Conference to Focus on New ISO 19030 Standard
"The emitted CO2 is part of a so-called short cycle: CO2 emissions are actually neutralised by the associated CO2 uptake," says the Port Authority.
Rotterdam Investigates Bio LNG, Which Compared to Regular LNG "Allows Users to Drastically Reduce CO2 Emission Levels"
IITrader also suggests the glut will continue to build for the foreseeable future.
OPEC Cutback Extension Deal or Not, Market is in "Technical Breakdown" and Oil Will Trade at $40 Next Month: Analyst