June, 2017
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Wed21Jun
Talisay City officials have requested that that Seen Sam Shipping provide plans for the debunkering of 4,000 litres of bunkers from the MV Fortuner.
Authorities in the Philippines Request Shipping Company's Debunkering Plans for Sunken Vessel
Tue20Jun
SLNG completed its first small scale LNG gas-up/cool-down and reload at its Jurong Island Terminal using Shell's 6,500m3 LNG bunker vessel, Cardissa.
SLNG Marks Another Milestone Toward Singapore LNG Bunkering
Mon19Jun
In today's world where real time information in the bunker supply industry is a rarity, LMS is confident this initiative will add value to its Customers," says LMS.
Lanka Marine Services Launches Digital Bunkering Initiatives
Wed14Jun
The preliminary monthly sales total for May is 4,180,600 mt, a slight dip of 4.2 percent year-on-year.
Singapore Year-to-Date Bunker Sales Continue at Record High
Mon12Jun
The tanker Chemroad Journey ran aground in South China Sea south of Phu Quy island in Vietnam.
Authorities Monitoring for Possible Bunker Spill After Chemical Tanker Runs Aground off Vietnam
Mon12Jun
The 30,800 DWT Propel Progress was detailed following action taken by local law firm Gurbani & Co LLC.
Handymax Bulk Carrier Arrested in Singapore
Mon12Jun
The complainant is reported to have only realised that he had been cheated when the actual bunker supplier requested payment.
Malaysian Bunker Company Loses More Than $1 Million in Email Scam
Tue06Jun
The Smart Port Challenge 2017 is a six-month programme intended to encourage further collaboration between organisations and start-ups.
MPA, Partners Eye "Disruptive Innovation" and Digital Transformation with Smart Port Challenge
Fri02Jun
Carry over of abrasive Al+Si material into the engine may lead to accelerated wear and damage to fuel pumps/injectors and cylinder components.
FOBAS Alert: Off-Spec Aluminium and Silicon (Cat Fines) Fuels in Singapore
May, 2017
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Tue30May
Investors are placing their faith in the argument that inventories will tighten later this year.
Analysts Say China, not OPEC, Dictates Oil Price - but Monday Trading Still Swayed by Cutback Extension