November, 2017
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Mon20Nov
Bunker prices were a bit softer in the primary ports.
Crude Soft on European Uncertainty, OPEC Deal Doubts
Mon20Nov
Crude priced in the mid-$50's is seen as being more stable and predictable, according to one analyst.
Russia Happiest with Crude Prices in the Mid-$50/bbl Range: Analyst
Mon20Nov
"This strong and complete acquittal of Monjasa by the High Court is the verdict we expected," says Group CEO, Anders Østergaard.
Monjasa, Former Co-Owner Jacobsen Acquitted After Alleged Fraud
Mon20Nov
The vessel is set to run primarily on LNG.
Wärtsilä to Deliver Dual-Fuel Engines to Viking Line Newbuild
Mon20Nov
VPS says a new investment in the Rotterdam facility has significantly added to its existing Singapore lubricants testing capabilities.
VPS Boosts Lubricant Oil Condition Monitoring Capacity
Mon20Nov
For decarbonisation to happen in the long term, the industry will need zero-carbon technology to be available in the mid-2030s
Maersk: Regulation Required to Bring Zero-Carbon Technology to the Fore
Mon20Nov
Veltrone chief executive Nikolas Gkikas, the company behind the product, tells Ship & Bunker he is confident of success
Bunker Buying Function Forms Part of Ship Management Software to Launch next Year
Mon20Nov
A study finds the use of low sulfur fuels within ECAs has resulted in more toxic emissions for certain populations.
IMO 2020: No Fuel Choice Will Avoid Inevitable Requirement to Install Scrubbers, Says EGCSA
Mon20Nov
Where we have lost ground over time is our overall understanding of the market, Paul Hardy writes for Ship & Bunker.
The Importance of Experience and the Changing Dynamics of the Bunker Market
Fri17Nov
One observer believes the growing ties between the two countries is an "ominous" indication that war is coming.
New Tesla Truck and Saudi/Israeli Alliance Seen as Latest Risks to Crude Market