April, 2017
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Thu20Apr
The E-Zero designation will be officially launched on July 1.
USCG Adds New Environmental Designation to QUALSHIP 21 Programme
Wed19Apr
The vessel, Todd Brown, is said to have about 17,500 gallons of diesel fuel, 150 gallons of lube oil, and 150 gallons of hydraulic oil onboard.
USCG Responds to Sunken Vessel, Bunker Spill Risk in Mississippi River
Wed19Apr
Vopak says the new capacity will primarily be used for ethanol exports and the imports of fuels like diesel and gasoline.
Vopak Announces Storage Terminal Expansion at Port of Santos
Wed19Apr
The stations, which are located in Vancouver, are part of a $1.1 million sale of Chevron's downstream Canadian fuel business to Alberta-based Parkland.
Chevron Sells Three Marine Fuelling Stations Under Deal with Parkland
Wed12Apr
"The capacity to supply bigger volumes with the new vessel will strengthen our leadership in Peru´s Bunker market." Bunker Manager Ramón Blanco tells Ship & Bunker.
Repsol Looks to Lift Stake in South Americas Bunker Market With New Bunker Barge at El Callao
Tue11Apr
A lawyer for Alassia, has told Canadian media that he was not in a position to comment on why Alassia did not appear.
Bunker Spill Vessel Operator Fails to Appear for Court
Tue11Apr
Net long positions have increased by 54 million barrels after five consecutive weeks of drawdowns.
Hedge Funds Turn Bullish Again Amid Political and Production-Based Volatility Risks
Mon10Apr
The Nathan E. Stewart spilt more than 110,000 litres of diesel when it sunk in British Columbia's Gale Passage on October 13, 2016.
Bunker Spill Response Criticised in New Heiltsuk Nation Report
Mon10Apr
The new "state-of-the-art" vessels, Seaspan Swift and Seaspan Reliant, are capable of running on diesel, LNG, and battery power.
Seaspan Ferries Commissions Two Newbuild Hybrid, Dual-Fuel Vessels
Mon10Apr
State and federal responders are carrying out clean up operations for a "potential release" of as much as 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel.
USCG Responds to Diesel Spill from Sunken Barge in San Francisco