December, 2017
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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
The solution is said to enable ship owners to more easily refit existing vessels with a LNG fuel system.
GTT and TECHNOLOG Receive GASA Statement for Box Ship Exoskeleton LNG Tanks
With cargo market looking weak on pricing: sources
Rotterdam Bunker Market Ends Week Soft
2020 sulfur cap and shipping's greenhouse gas output to top agenda
Bimco Reappoints Secretary-General Frew to Focus on Environmental Challenges Facing Industry
To see how AI can further develop control in automated systems
Eco Marine Power to Use Artificial Intelligence in Green Energy Ship Projects
"'Resistance to change' is the action taken by individuals and groups when they perceive that a change that is occurring is a threat to them," Apurva Mali, Trading Manager, Ennero writes for Ship & Bunker.
Industry Insight: The Shipping and Bunker Industries' Resistance to Change
Bunker prices were firmer in the primary ports.
Nigeria Strike Concern Helps Oil to 1% Gain
Proposals are due by February 27, 2018.
Ports of Long Beach and L.A. Issue Request for Proposals to Reduce At-Berth Vessels Emissions