March, 2018
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iconic brands from Microsoft to McDonald's are increasingly looking to adopt "sustainable" energy alternatives.
Canada Contemplates Reality of "Lower Forever" Oil Prices as Big Business Ramps Up Efforts to Go Green
One analyst says traders will have to face the realities of the production build sooner or later.
Crude Up Again Due to Surprise Inventory Decline, But Traders Ignore All Time High Output Build
Finland also looks to ban HFO by 2021.
Canada, Marshall Islands Highlight "Other Impacts" from Arctic HFO Ban
The two new vessels were originally envisaged to be "hybrid-ready".
Damen Ferry Project Latest to Go Full Electric
Scandinavian MNC trading house that specialises in marine fuel is looking to hire a new and experienced Credit Manager for the Americas.
Bunker Jobs: Credit Manager - Marine
However, the bank thinks this is only possible if OPEC enacts another production cutback extension.
U.S. Shale Concerns Caps Crude Gains, But BofAML Sees Potential for Further Upswings
Harvey Gulf LNG-fuelled ships are out on longterm charters.
Harvey Gulf CEO Seeks to Reassure on Future of LNG Bunkering
The bearish outlook now is of range bound WTI at between $58 and $63 per barrel.
Worry Over Rising U.S. Output Causes Crude to Drop 1.1 Percent
PVM is especially worried about Donald Trump causing a demand drop via his steel tariffs.
Crude Up and Demand Growth on Track, But Experts See Bearish Market Ahead
But management under pressure to get company back into the black.
ANALYSIS: Aegean Stays Upbeat Despite Annual Loss