Declining fuel prices mean container transport costs are lower than in 2014, even though low-sulphur fuel requirements have come into force
- Shippers are not quibbling over sulphur surcharges, says MSC
- Box lines faced with slow steaming conundrum
- What price bunkers?
An official says city is drafting legislation that it aims to pass mid-yearHong Kong holding back on emission rules amid...
Law firm Fichte & Co suggests owners should reach settlement and secure indemnityAegean pounces on OW-operated vessels in...
Fuel provider’s expansion includes hiring ‘about 25’ ex-OW Bunker staffAegean upsizes bond offering
World’s largest bunkering port sees sales fall for three straight yearsAnnual bunker sales in Singapore fall again in 2013
Skangass joins Shell and GDF Suez in backing ship-to-ship LNG bunkering infrastructure
Piraeus decision a setback to China’s seaborne Silk Road
Move to halt sale of port stake to Cosco challenges Chinese ambition
"Views on Economou and a positive take on product tankers" Alexander MacInnes
Next year, the price of fuel may well be uppermost in shipowners’ thoughts
Anecdotal evidence has emerged of a slew of potential orders for building new oil tankers./ll/images/pollbar.png;jsessionid=80613B3431196204C2D68DEC504CB6FA
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Views on Economou and a positive take on product tankers
Atkinson on oil
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