October, 2018
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Fri26Oct
LNG bunkers emit between -12% and +9% GHGs vs MGO; decarbonising transport with renewable gas is a pipedream, says T&E's Jori Sihvonen.
LNG Bunkers No Better for Climate Than Conventional Marine Fuels, New Report Concludes
Fri26Oct
The move is widely seen as critical to enabling the effective enforcement of the upcoming IMO 2020 global sulfur cap for marine fuel.
IMO 2020: Fuel Oil Carriage Ban Approved
Fri26Oct
China has ordered two state-owned giants to halt business with the Islamic republic.
Iraq Upping Oil Capacity Amid More Signs Iran Sanctions Are Working
Fri26Oct
Some analysts are frustrated that traders aren't focused on the impact of the upcoming Iranian sanctions.
Crude Falls For 3rd Week, Citigroup Joins Those Seeing Higher Prices Ahead
Fri26Oct
"I would say we've more optimism in marine today than we did six months ago," says Chairman and CEO Michael J. Kasbar.
World Fuel Services: Marine Segment Hits Highest Level of Profitability in Nearly 3 Years
Fri26Oct
"We will be working with other scrubber fitted VLCC operators to expand this pool," says Guy Merison, managing director of Hartree Maritime Partners.
Duo to Form Pool for Scrubber-Equipped VLCCs
Fri26Oct
The 7,500 cbm capacity KAIROS.
Bernhard Schulte Takes Delivery of World's Largest Capacity LNG Bunkering Vessel
Fri26Oct
Varun Chhabria to lead the expansion.
IMO 2020 Rule Prompts Road Fuels Player to Move into Bunker Business
Fri26Oct
Move is part of its drive to add value to Baltic membership.
Baltic Exchange Partners with Infospectrum on Counterparty Intelligence
Fri26Oct
Director denies any wrongdoing after being placed on the FBI's wanted list.
FBI Accuses Singapore Bunker Player of Money Laundering