July, 2021
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The company has signed a memorandum of understanding with Porto Central to build an ammonia production, storage and distribution facility there.
Vancouver-Based AmmPower to Produce Green Ammonia Bunkers in Brazil
Meanwhile, Brazil defies global trend by planning to pump all-out.
Oil Dips on Covid Fears As Attention Turns To Earnings Reports
The port authority is conducting a cost-benefit analysis of the technology in conjunction with Texas A&M University.
Port of Galveston Mulls Shore Power Investment
The company expects to complete the transaction by about August 3.
CyberFuels Plans 580,000 Barrel Fuels Blending Facility at Tampa
The consensus is even OPEC's output relaxation won't be enough to replenish supplies.
Oil Prices Recover As Crude Investors Embrace Persistent Bullish Demand Outlook
The company has added the barge Mt Morholmen to serve customers in the US Gulf offshore market.
Vitol Bunkers Adds Offshore Location to US Gulf Supply Operation
Bunker consumption from cruise vessels historically took up about 4% of global demand, and its return will be felt particularly at ports where the cruise industry is responsible for the bulk of marine traffic.
75% of Cruise Firm Carnival's Ships to Be in Operation by End of 2021
Goldman sees Delta affecting the market for only a few months.
'Bottom Feeders' Halt Oil's Panicked Plunge as Analysts Say Delta Won't Derail Demand
The ban on cruise ships in Canadian waters will be lifted from November 1 if operators 'are able to fully comply with public health requirements'.
Canada Plans November Restart for Cruise Industry
The company is reducing the fuel rebate offered to its customers from 1.5% to 0.5% as of August 1.
BC Ferries Hikes Fares on Rising Bunker Prices