November, 2017
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The cuts are raising demand for previously little-used U.S.-Asia routes, say experts.
OPEC Cutback Deal May Be a Windfall for Struggling Global Shippers: Broker
The deal is related to Carnival Cruise Line's two new LNG-powered ships, set to be launched in 2020 and 2022, and homeported in North America.
Shell to Supply Bunkers to Carnival Cruise Line's LNG-Powered Newbuilds
Both parties, however, agree that the world's dependence on fossil fuels will endure for decades.
OPEC Acknowledges U.S. Shale Dominance, but Morgan Stanley Says It Will Struggle to Meet Rising World Demand
Panama has now recorded over 1 million mt in bunker sales for the last four consecutive quarters.
Panama Posts Another Quarter with 1 Million+ MT in Bunker Sales as Q3 Bunker Volumes Rise 9%
The two ferries are set to operate in Canadian waters of the Great Lakes, serving Amherst Island and Wolfe Island.
Damen Set to Design and Build Two Canadian Hybrid-Ready Ferries
The 4,000 cbm bunker barge will be owned and built by Q-LNG Transport and operated by Harvey Gulf.
Shell Signs Long-Term Charter Agreement for U.S.-Based LNG Bunker Barge
EnviroCare International says units developed from shipowner feedback
US Tech Firm Augments Scrubber Systems to Meet Future Emissions Rules
But the good news for crude is that long term consumption will be vigorous, says one analyst.
Crude Hits Two Year High, but Wells Fargo Predicts Bearish Prices Will Continue for Another Decade
The final version of the document brings together comments and changes from a version released in July.
Ports of LA and Long Beach Clean Air Action Plan Update Receives Board Approval
Five units reported to be offline
Fire Temporarily Closes Exxon US Gulf Refinery