February, 2018
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Meanwhile, Nigeria urges OPEC to "focus on what it needs to do."
Another Year of Oil Cutbacks Possible as Oil Producers Eye Long Term Alliance
Athens event covered regulation and the drift of shipping's central focus drifting eastwards.
Greek Shipowners: Slow Steaming Mooted as Way Forward on Shipping Emissions
Many of the deepwater endeavours are set to turn a profit even with $40 oil.
Russia, Saudis Consider LNG Project While Deepwater Drilling Set to Surge in 2018
Traders overlook more troubling remarks that reliable inventory data is challenging to obtain.
Sentiment Bests Fundamentals Again as Crude Firms On Reassurance that OPEC Won't End Cutbacks
2017 volumes reported to be up 37% year on year.
Arkas Bunkering Reports Jump in 2017 Bunker Sales
Based in London, UK, Macqueen has 20 years' experience covering the maritime and energy industries.
Julian Macqueen Joins Ship & Bunker
Proposed terminal will increase LNG bunkering opportunities in lower Elbe region.
Germany: LNG Bunkering on Elbe Moves Forward with Biggest Stem to Date
Two Chinese banks reported to be potential bidders for German ship finance house.
DVB Sale Attracts Chinese Interest
Incident involving the 595-tonne Hephaestus is understood to have caused by severe weather in the region.
Bunker Tanker Runs Aground in Malta [ VIDEO ]
There is huge potential in the region, says COO Bruce Abbott.
Genoil Desulfurization Tech to Feature in New North West Africa Project