May, 2018
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There are vested interests working overtime to cause confusion, argues Dr Vis.
OPINION: The Scrubber Decision – Wildebeest of Serengeti
Meanwhile, OPEC's production rate falls again in April.
Bloomberg Says OPEC's Argument For Prolonging Production Cuts Rings False
Meanwhile, traders think a surprise build in crude inventories isn't such a big deal after all.
Crude Prices Bounce Back on Strength of Iran Fears and Weakened US Dollar
Tyler Baron, Raymond Bartoszek and Donald Moore have been appointed to its Board of Directors effective immediately.
Aegean Appoints New Board Members After Resolving Differences with Shareholder Group
The 4-million-tonnes a year facility is India's first FSRU based LNG terminal.
FSRU Launch Brings India LNG Bunkering Facility One Step Closer
Viking Grace now the first passenger ship in the world equipped with a rotor sail for the utilisation of wind power.
Viking Line Completes Install of Bunker Saving Rotor Sail
Year to date sales also up 8.9%.
Panama Bunker Sales Rise Again
Barriers include the issue of waste disposal and vulnerability to later changes in regulations.
Scrubbers Increasingly Seen as A "Messy" Answer to IMO 2020: Drewry
Shell's deepwater projects must break even at $40 per barrel or less, says Brekelmans.
BP, Shell, Prepare For Substantial Crude Price Drops
Gloomy forecasts come just a day after a wave of bullish sentiment.
Crude Slides and BP Sees Potential for a Price Correction