February, 2019
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Still, some analysts think OPEC will be successful in balancing the market.
Oil Prices Down Due to U.S. Inventory Build, Amid Signs of Further Output Increases
No scientific justification for open-loop scrubber bans, says Japanese ministry officials.
IMO2020: HFO + Scrubbers Better Than Burning 0.50%S, Japan Tells IMO
These are open-loop scrubbers ready for conversion to a hybrid system, a spokesperson for Maersk tells Ship & Bunker
IMO2020: Maersk has Placed $263 million in Scrubber Retrofits Deals
Venezuela is another factor for bulls to keep track of.
Crude Prices Rise on Signs of Tightening Inventory - But Beware of U.S. Output, Says Analyst
Robin Meech adds his voice to the consensus of several scrubber buying shipowners.
Ports' Open-Loop Scrubber Bans Have Minimal Impact on their Viability: Analyst
Meanwhile, traders remain singularly focused on U.S./China talks.
Oil Holds Steady as Worries Build Over Saudi, Russia Split
Clean Arctic Alliance hopes incomplete impact assessment methodology won't delay progress.
Call for Arctic Heavy Fuel oil Carriage ban by 2023
However, analysts now warn that the market is "over-tightening"
Oil on Track for Best First-Quarter Performance Since 2011
Secretary-General reminds PPR 6 they are working on the final and comprehensive Guidelines.
IMO2020: Work to Ensure Level Playing Field Cannot be Overstated, says IMO's Lim
If you are a bunker producer or supplier, you'll have to worry about patent infringement.
IMO 2020 VLSFO Patent Wars?!