July, 2017
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Tue18Jul
A majority of IMO member states rejected a proposal to collect data to allow the IMO to take stock of bunker availability ahead of 2020.
IMO Rules Out Possible Delay to 2020 Date for 0.50% Global Sulfur Cap on Bunkers: IBIA
Tue18Jul
Meanwhile, many others warn that fundamentals don't support significant price increases.
"Summer Doldrums" Impact Crude Prices, but a Rally to $50 Still Possible: Analyst
Tue18Jul
This malpractice could be instigated by the corrupt crew of a vessel or even the barge who may take its chances and ask the Captain, "have you got any spare fuel onboard?"
Tricks of the Bunker Trade: The Buy Back
Tue18Jul
"It is quite difficult to comment and plan ahead for something that is still unclear on the agenda," Stephen Ng, Director of Trades, tells Ship & Bunker.
There Are Still "Fundamental Issues" to Be Resolved Before the Industry Can Start Planning for 2020: OOCL
Tue18Jul
Russia is one of the few nations to post a decline in production for June.
Shale, Oil Sands, and OPEC Output All on the Rise
Mon17Jul
It is reported that some 700 tonnes of fuel onboard the vessel's tanks is set too be removed.
Newbuild Grounded on Durand Reef Slated for Debunkering
Mon17Jul
APL says its CO2 emissions reduction was "about 3%" versus 2015 and down 48% on 2009.
Eco-Tonnage Helps Singapore Box Carrier APL to Further CO2 Emissions Reduction
Mon17Jul
Ulstein says the ship will be the world's largest hybrid vessel.
Steel Cutting Ceremony Held for Color Line's New Plug-In Hybrid Ferry
Mon17Jul
The update came in the "Clean Air Plan for Hong Kong 2013-2017 Progress Report," published by the Environment Bureau and EPD.
Hong Kong Provides Update on Marine Emission Reduction Efforts
Mon17Jul
"We believe that there is a significant supply gap in the market in Barcelona," says John Bassadone, CEO of Peninsula Petroleum.
Peninsula Petroleum Commences Physical Supply in Barcelona