October, 2017
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Puts pressure on state-owned oil company
Payment Difficulties Prompt Ban on PDVSA from Caribbean Oil Storage Facility
All eyes are on two more impending debt deadlines for the Bolivian Republic.
Missed Debt Payments and Crude Export Quality Complaints Plague Venezuela
Vitol boss sees crude at $45 for 2018.
BP's Optimism for a Glut-Free 2018 Dashed by Colleagues Who Warn of Another U.S. Output Surge
"The move should be seen in a wider context: Peninsula Petroleum provides global solutions to both our clients and supply partners," CEO John Bassadone tells Ship & Bunker.
Peninsula Petroleum to Launch New Physical Bunker Supply Operation in Los Angeles & Long Beach
"Suite of products can maintain the current low cost of fuel and reducing the fuel use by 20%," CEO Barbara Dutton-Weingarten tells Ship & Bunker.
Reduce Sulfur and Bunker Consumption with a Suite of Products, Proposes Marine Tech Firm
Once more, the IEA seems to contradict itself on its outlook for next year.
Compliance, Demand Up, Say Experts - But They Remain Cagey on Prospects of 2018 Market Rebalance
The agency worries that rising U.S. shale will put an end to declining stockpiles.
OPEC Says Glut Will Clear Next Year, But IEA Seemingly Contradicts Itself With Contrary Opinion
Norwegian Oil Trading says the formal establishment of a partnership with Key Marine Americas LLC came into effect on October 12, 2017.
Norwegian Oil Trading Establishes New U.S. Bunker Brokerage Partnership
However, it stresses that OPEC will have to adhere closely to its cutbacks for the balance to be achieved.
IEA Sees a Balanced Oil Market in 2018 Despite Rising Output
Year to date sales are up 19.7 percent over 2016's volume.
YTD Panama Bunker Sales Pass 3 Million MT Mark