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July 06, 2015
Bunker Fuel
Marine News
Jul 2 2015 07:10:00 EDT

Norwegian Johan Fredriksen said Thursday he would merge two companies he controls, Oslo listed Frontine and Frontline 2012, that combined would create one of the world's biggest tanker groups....

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Jul 1 2015 22:25:00 EDT

Busy activity amid a tight market for the Asian Long Range II product tankers saw dollar per metric ton rates hit a seven-year-high at $38/mt on the key Persian Gulf to Japan voyage Wednesday, Plat...

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Bunker demand remained more or less steady across the Asia Pacific and Middle East ports Friday. In Singapore, demand for ex-wharf bunker fuel was heard to be healthy relative to Thursday. Even as offers for ex-wharf 380 CST bunker fuel were heard at around $333/mt at the start of the Platts Market on Close assessment process, they fell to around $330-$331/mt subsequently, as bids held steady at near $328/mt. Trades were heard done around $328-$331/mt. Though there were offers at $330/mt at the ... Read the full story...
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