August, 2021
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Tue17Aug
The company sent the newest addition to its fleet, the 25,117 DWT tanker Monjasa Trader, on its way from Rotterdam to Lome on Sunday.
Monjasa Adds Cargo and Bunkering Tanker in West Africa
Tue17Aug
The Meishan terminal at the Chinese port is planned to be partially reopened on August 24, followed by a full reopening on September 1.
'Partial Reopening' of Ningbo Terminal Slated for August 24
Tue17Aug
The firm has recently launched the operation and now offers 'comprehensive coverage' across all locations at the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp hub in Northwest Europe.
Bunker Supplier TFG Marine Launches Antwerp Supply Operation
Mon16Aug
But Kemp says the medium-term outlook is still bullish.
China's Economic Woes Cause Another Price Drop For Crude
Mon16Aug
While lenders are unlikely to be willing to set up subordinate mortgages to finance the installation of this equipment, other financing is likely to be available.
Law Firm Sees Good Prospects for Marine Energy-Saving Technology Financing
Mon16Aug
As of September 1, owners or operators of ships found with bunkers with more than 0.50% sulfur content in Sierra Leone could face the fines.
$15,000 Fine for Bunker Sulfur Cap Violations in Sierra Leone
Mon16Aug
The city-state's total demand fell to 4.1 million mt in July.
S&B ANALYSIS: Singapore Bunker Sales Slip in July
Mon16Aug
Four other vessels detained in previous months remained under arrest in UK waters.
Three Vessels Arrested in UK in July
Mon16Aug
Students in the UK, UAE, Netherlands, Singapore and Texas aged 18-25 are able to enter the competition, with a $10,000 scholarship first prize and work placements within the VPS network available to runners-up.
VPS Launches Marine Sustainability Project Competition
Mon16Aug
The two tankers were arrested on August 12 and 13 for failing to present documents showing permission for them to be in Malaysia's waters.
Malaysia Arrests Two Tankers in East Johor