Insights & News

Petrobras can't confirm viscosity of fuel sold during 0.5% tests

Fuel offered in Rio will "most likely" have a lower viscosity, but supplier unable to confirm exact level.

Neste to launch RMG 0.5% fuel in Q4 2019

Product to be sold in yet-to-be-revealed locations in Northwest Europe.

Maersk posts higher average bunker price, lower consumption

As a result, fuel costs rose marginally (0.4%) in Q2 and declined by 2% in H1.

BP launches Valencia bunkering operation

Adds the Mediterranean's second-largest commercial port to its supply portfolio.

Hapag posts double-digit rise in bunker price, expenses

Bunker costs climbed to EUR 822.2m in H1 as the average fuel price increased by 11.4 percent.

WFS posts marine income rise despite new low in sales volume

Marine income from operations and gross profit both climb as WFS reports lowest quarterly and half-year sales volume since public records began in 2014.

World Fuel Services ups credit facility to $1.8bn

Terms extended to July 2024.

Island Petroleum launches bunker operations in Ashkelon, Ashdod

Cyprus-based fuel supplier extends Israel coverage.

EEA ships consumed 48.3m tonnes of bunker fuel in 2018: report

All but one of the 20 ships to consume the most fuel were either ro-ro, ro-pax or passenger ships.

Bunker Energy receives first VLSFO batch in Augusta

Aims to start offering 0.5% fuel by end of Q3 - or sooner for contract clients.

ExxonMobil introduces EMF.5 range of low-sulphur fuels

Supplier highlights proprietary methods for modifying fuel composition to improve quality.

ICS issues updated IMO 2020 guidance

Document designed to help ships prepare for upcoming sulphur cap implementation.

Coralius performs first ship-to-ship LNG bunker delivery in Rotterdam

Chemical tanker Bit Viking supplied with LNG at ARA port.

Greenergy launches Tyne bunkering service

Supplier claims strong sales growth and expects further expansion 'in the coming months'.

Carnival posts $50m rise in bunker costs

Average bunker price climbs 11.4 percent to $507 per tonne in Q2.