July, 2017
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"It is quite difficult to comment and plan ahead for something that is still unclear on the agenda," Stephen Ng, Director of Trades, tells Ship & Bunker.
There Are Still "Fundamental Issues" to Be Resolved Before the Industry Can Start Planning for 2020: OOCL
Russia is one of the few nations to post a decline in production for June.
Shale, Oil Sands, and OPEC Output All on the Rise
APL says its CO2 emissions reduction was "about 3%" versus 2015 and down 48% on 2009.
Eco-Tonnage Helps Singapore Box Carrier APL to Further CO2 Emissions Reduction
Ulstein says the ship will be the world's largest hybrid vessel.
Steel Cutting Ceremony Held for Color Line's New Plug-In Hybrid Ferry
Predictably, Libya, Nigeria, and Iraq are among the worst offenders of the cartel's attempt to rebalance the market.
OPEC Cutback Compliance at 6-Month Low, And More Woes May Be Delivered by Kuwait
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Gibraltar Shipping Interview: Paul Holthus, Founding President & CEO, World Ocean Council (WOC)
The agreement with Shipdex also brings BIMCO in as an executive member of Shipdex steering committee.
BIMCO and Shipdex Ink Agreement to Support Digitalisation of Data
"We are ready to facilitate the LNG bunkering market and infrastructure development," said Leonid Mikhelson, Chairman of NOVATEK's Board.
Novatek Gas & Power Joins SGMF and SEA\LNG to Promote LNG Bunkers
"While I'm certainly in favour of the spirit of the marine effort ... it should be put in perspective," Rudy Kassinger tells Ship & Bunker.
Reducing Shipping's GHGs to Zero Would Only Have "Modest" Impact on Global Emissions: Kassinger
Bunker prices were firmer again in the primary ports.
Oil Prices Continue to Tepidly Climb