September, 2017
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Tue19Sep
The Baltic Dry Index gained 17 points today to reach 1415 - the highest the index has been since November 10, 2014.
Baltic Dry Index Continues Gains as Analysts Suggest Dry Bulk Slump Nearing Conclusion
Tue19Sep
Shell's vessel Cardissa delivered 1,000 cbm of LNG to the Klaipėda Seaport on Sunday.
Klaipėdos Marks LNG Reloading Station Commissioning With Cargo Delivery From LNG Bunkering Vessel
Tue19Sep
Coralius bunkered LNG to the Furetank tanker Fure West in the international waters of Northern Kattegat.
Skangas Marks First Ship-to-Ship LNG Bunkering Operation by Coralius
Tue19Sep
Rosmorport is working toward the construction of a 3,000 to 5,000 cbm LNG bunkering tanker at the Onezhsky shipyard.
Rosmorport Pursues Bunkering Tanker Newbuild
Tue19Sep
"Many in the industry do not believe that sufficient action is being taken at a fast-enough pace to meet the urgency of the challenge," say organisers
Industry-Led Event Hopes to Influence Blue GHG Agenda
Tue19Sep
Port commissioners point out that LNG "emits a fraction of the pollution of the industry standard bunker fuel"
Tacoma Defends Decision on LNG Bunkering Facility
Tue19Sep
But it seems the cartel is more interested in maintaining status quo than policy reform.
OPEC Faced With Potential Producer Split and Calls for Managing Exports, Not Production
Mon18Sep
Expect a continuation of range bound prices in the near term, say experts.
Crude Flat as Rising Tensions Over North Korea Balance Slowing U.S. Shale
Mon18Sep
Yuhai 1 ran aground near Discovery Bay during Typhoon Hato on August 23 with 50 tonnes of marine fuel and gas oil onboard.
Citizens Call for Faster Debunkering Process After Cargo Ship Grounding off Hong Kong's Discovery Bay
Mon18Sep
IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim said member states are "getting closer" to an agreement on plans to reduce shipping's CO2 emissions.
IMO Head: Progress in Talks for Reducing Shipping's CO2 Footprint a "Miracle"