April, 2017
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Andrew Tan's comments came at a media briefing for Singapore Maritime Week 2017.
Future of Shipping Belongs to Those Who Embrace New Opportunities, Says MPA CEO
Esben Poulsson's comments came at a media briefing for Singapore Maritime Week 2017.
Shipping Better Positioned Than a Year Ago, Says SSA President
Meanwhile, Saudi Aramco boss believes peak demand "is not in sight."
OPEC Members Cite $60 Oil as a Target Everyone Can Live With as They Declare Support for Cutback Extension
Nigeria says it will join in the cartel's cuts – but not before ramping up production to 2.2 million barrels per day.
Nigeria Recovery, Further U.S. Shale Expansion Possible Even as OPEC Considers Cutback Extensions
IEA says it is "seeing demand growing fairly steadily."
OPEC Cuts Fail to Stop Oil Stocks Rising, but Markets are "Very Close" to Balance, Says IEA
The best ever quarterly total of 12.65 million mt is up some 69 percent over the 7.49 million mt sold in 1Q 2007.
Singapore Quarterly Bunker Sales Volume Hits Record High [ GRAPH ]
Have you sold bunkers to a recently scrapped vessel? Check here with VesselsValue's demolition sales from April 6 – April 12, 2017.
Weekly Vessel Scrapping Report: 2017 Week 14
WinGD says it will also supply the vessels with its Engine Diagnostic System, enabling lower bunker costs through engine performance optimisation.
SCF LNG-Powered Tankers to Feature WinGD Dual-Fuel Engines
CPSB claims the vessel PDZ Maju owes RM563,311 ($127,662.59) for bunkers supplied in December.
PDZ Moves to Defend Against Vessel Arrest for Unpaid Bunkers
The project is intended to provide vessel operators with a more efficient and economical fleet design, meeting current and future environmental regulations.
Wärtsilä and CHI Receive LR AiP for Efficient Natural Gas Operating Fleet Concept