July, 2017
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The newbuild vessel is reported to have had 73,000 litres of fuel onboard upon delivery following ship testing in 2013.
Western Baltija Shipbuilding Set to Recover Excise Duty on Bunkers, Court Rules
The former CEO of OW Bunker's Singapore-based subsidiary Dynamic Oil Trading is alleged to have provided credit outside of his mandate, resulting in a charge of committing fraud of agent for more than DKK800 million.
Denmark Charges Lars Møller with Fraud in OW Bunker Collapse Case
Gate Terminal's new loading bays is expected to support LNG bunkering.
Gate Terminal Opens New LNG Loading Bays
The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets says several companies may have carried out illegal price-fixing agreements.
Investigation Launched into Possible ARA Bunker Cartel
The agreement is being supported by the cooperation of both Dunkerque LNG and Groupe Charles André.
Total Signs LNG Bunker Supply Agreement with Brittany Ferries
The upgrades will see the depot's oil tanks replaced in order to meet requirements of the navy.
Naval Bunkering Depot Slated for Upgrades in Gosport, UK
Study results suggest that as much as 2 million cbm per year of LNG is to be bunkered by ships in the region by 2030.
DNV GL Study Shows "Huge Potential" for Iberian Peninsula's LNG Bunker Market
Some say it will negatively impact demand and others think it will send prices skyrocketing - depending on where the fighting breaks out.
Analysts Differ on the Regions But Agree That Geopolitical Risk Weighs Heavily Against Crude
The review aimed to verify if the regulations had achieved initial objectives, if those objectives were still relevant, and if the regulations were still required.
UK Government Publishes Results of Ship to Ship Transfer Reg Review
Meanwhile, the Saudis brag about increased output in 2016 despite weak demand.
Bye-bye $100 Oil, Say Experts: $50 Is The New Norm - And A Fair Price To Boot