June, 2017
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Only war in the Middle East could boost prices at this point, says Kilduff.
Crude Rebound Just a Pause Before More Market Losses, Say Analysts
Experts say there is no end to shale's future growth.
U.S. Shale Likely to Claim Victory in The Form of OPEC Cutback Deal Collapsing Next Year: Analysts
Meanwhile, a CNBC analysis suggests another few months of further price drops.
Get Set For a Return to the $30s, Say Two Oil Experts
The two defendants include the owner of the oil tanker M/T ETC MENA, the Egyptian Tanker Company, and the vessel's operator, Thome Ship Management.
Egypt and Singapore-Based Companies Face $1.9 Million Penalty Related to Oily Waste Dumping, Pollution
Canada too is boosting its production capacity.
Crude Falls to New 7-month Low as U.S. Rig Count Climbs Yet Again
Meanwhile, another expert says simple math shows why we're in a slump.
Low $40s for Crude "Is The Right Place To Be," Says Analyst; But $90 is Where It's Heading, Says Another
But those focused on fundamentals see no changes that would affect the current price range.
More Losses for Crude on Friday Based on Glut Fears, but Saudis Insist Drawdowns Will Soon Escalate
Buenos Aires Port now provides a 10 percent discount on vessel dues for Green Award ships.
Buenos Aires First Port in South America to Join Green Award
Winston & Strawn says the new policy raises questions related to future plea agreements in cases under the APPS and MARPOL in the U.S.
U.S. DOJ Alters Third-Party Payment Policy Related to Ship Pollution Penalties
Glencore will relocate bunker operations from the Colonial terminal to the refurbished Epic Midstream Savannah North terminal, effective July 1.
Glencore Set to Relocate Savannah Bunker Operations Upriver