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May 22, 2015
Bunker Fuel
Marine News
May 22 2015 07:22:00 EDT

Several ships anchored off Port Kembla coal terminal in eastern Australia have been asked by the port's harbor master to sail further out to sea as a precautionary measure due to rough weather in t...

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May 22 2015 06:15:00 EDT

Durban bunker fuel prices have plunged after the supply situation in the region picked up when a major supplier began quoting again, sources said Friday. Ex-wharf Durban 180 CST hig...

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Bunker fuel demand was mixed Friday as buying interest varied across the Asia-Pacific and Middle East ports. Front-month ICE Brent crude futures fell 22 cents/barrel during the Market on Close assessment hour ended 0930 GMT. In Singapore, demand on the delivered front was "not bad" and "very busy" said one seller. Others were of the same sentiment. Offers for the 380 CST grade were heard around $376-$385/mt, with some sellers aggressively offering as they had supply on hand. The delivered 380 CS... Read the full story...
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