December, 2017
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Skangas has signed a LOI with the company for the purpose of reloading and bunkering small vessels with LNG at the import terminal on Isle of Grain, UK.
Skangas to Source LNG Bunkers at National Grid Grain LNG Import Terminal
Bunker prices were firmer in the primary ports.
Crude Up After Pipeline Shut Down
The DP2 heavy lift crane vessel is slated for delivery in the first quarter of 2020.
Jumbo Signs LOI with CMIH for LNG-Fuelled Heavy Lift Newbuild
The study is intended to demonstrate the viability of ZEVs and identify what needs to be done to make them a competitive solution for decarbonisation.
LR and UMAS Release Zero Emission Vessels 2030 Study
The barges are set to operate between De Kempen intermodal terminal in South Netherland and Antwerp.
Port of Antwerp to Support Construction of Five Hybrid Barges
And making sure argument visible outside maritime sector
NGO Voice Heard in Shipping Climate Change Debate
Move comes as part of CMA CGM gas supply deal.
Total Marine Fuels Considering "Super-Sized" LNG Bunker Tanker: Reports
The best traders are adept at pooling volume and achieving economies of scale for their purchases, Paul Hardy, NSI, writes for Ship & Bunker.
This Is What Bunker Traders Do Good
Analysts who worried earlier this week about U.S. dominance now seem to have forgotten about it.
Strong China Demand Trumps Concern Of U.S. Production and Boosts Crude Prices
Forecasts of crude in the low $50s suggest a continuation of range bound prices that dominated 2017.
Oil Prices Seen Lower in 2018 After OPEC's "Christmas gift" to U.S. Shale