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April 26, 2015
Bunker Fuel
Marine News
Apr 24 2015 15:37:00 EDT

Several US Gulf Coast naphtha cargoes are headed to Asia this month due to a more workable arbitrage, though rising freight rates could halt further movements, shipping and trading sources said....

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Apr 24 2015 06:50:00 EDT

The cost of sending 55,000 mt cargoes from UK Continent to the US Gulf Coast have risen this week after an increase in the flow of VGO heading west has left position lists in the UKC at their tight...

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Bunker fuel demand was mixed Friday as flat prices tracked the volatility in crude futures. Front-month ICE Brent crude futures fell 2 cents/barrel during the Market on Close assessment hour ended 0930 GMT. In Singapore, demand for delivered fuel was weak. Offers for the 380 CST grade were heard around $360-$365/mt. The delivered 380 CST grade was assessed at $357.50/mt, up $13.50/mt from Thursday. On the ex-wharf front, some sellers were heard to be keen to clear oil from their tanks. Demand wa... Read the full story...
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