September, 2020
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S&P sees reduced GDP losses in 2020 and modest growth in 2021.
Oil Down As Covid Sentiment Outweighs Good Economic Data
The upcoming Future Navy Force Study may recommend an increase to somewhere between 480 and 534 ships.
Pentagon Mulls Massive Expansion of US Navy
The smaller scale of the US Gulf market compared with Singapore makes the practice less viable there.
No Jet Blending Into Bunkers on US Gulf Coast: Argus
In response to customer demand.
GCC Bunkers Begins Offering HSFO in the US Gulf Coast
The CARB plans to start checking whether ships are burning low-sulfur residual fuels instead of distillates.
California Crackdown on Fuel Oil Regulations
The violations were discovered during routine audits of the company's 2017 and 2018 vessel fleet visits to the Port of Oakland.
MOL Fined For Historical Sulfur Regs Violations
Cryopeak will develop a design for a 4,000 m3 LNG bunkering barge, with the aim of having it in operation in 2023.
New Agreement Seeks to Expand Pacific Northwest LNG Bunker Supply Chain
New report by NGO Ocean Conservancy sees continent-wide role in creating zero-carbon shipping industry.
South America Could Have Green Fuels Focus
Juan Carlos Heilbron, CEO of Panamanian bunker supplier Trader Tankers, died while cycling in the Los Santos region on September 20.
CEO of Panamanian Bunker Supplier Dies in Traffic Accident
Total demand dropped to 369,839 mt last month, according to the latest data from the Panama Maritime Authority.
Panama August Bunker Sales Lose 30% on Year