July, 2017
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Meanwhile, ClipperData says the only hope for rebalance is across the board production cuts.
Oil Slump Could Last Until at Least 2020 Despite Growing Demand: CEOs
The 71,665 DWT Los Llanitos ran aground on October 23, 2015 during Hurricane Patricia.
Bunkers Found Leaking from Grounded Bulker in Mexico
Once again, analysts point to the persistent global glut as the keystone reason for market woes.
Crude Climbs In Reaction to Stock Draw, But Continued Doldrums - and Maybe Even Sub-$40 Oil - Lie Ahead
ACP says that, in the expanded canal's first 12 months of operation, the route has contributed to a reduction of more than 17 million tonnes of carbon dioxide.
Panama Canal Reaffirms Environmental Commitment at MEPC 71
A bigger than expected drop in U.S. crude stocks wasn't enough to inspire market confidence.
Oil Up, But Forecasts Down - Again
But other analysts once again cite fundamentals in predicting more volatility ahead.
Raymond James Blames "Fake News" for Crude's Woes, Insists Market Should be Bullish
Once more, they warn of structural challenges ahead.
Analysts Revert Back to Bearish Forecasts As Tuesday Crude Prices Dip Slightly
In addition to a larger average stem size, the number of ships bunkered also rose 11 percent.
5-Month Panama Bunker Volumes Break 2 Million MT Mark, Rise 22% Y-o-Y
"It's a formula that we've seen making a success for most places in the world and now in Panama," Group COO Svend Stenberg Mølholt tells Ship & Bunker.
Monjasa Expands Physical Bunker Operations in Panama Amid "Significantly Increasing" Sales Volume
"We are specialized in supplies on the west coast of South America, Panama and also in ports in Asia," a company spokesperson tells Ship & Bunker.
New Bunker Broker Launches in Chile