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World Bunkering is the
official magazine of IBIA

The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA)

was formed in 1992 to provide an international forum

to address the concerns of all sectors of the bunker industry. Today, it provides a central point of information and training for the entire industry, including suppliers, buyers, traders and related services.

 

World Bunkering features news, views and comments

on all aspects of the bunker industry, from technical developments to commercial management, as well

as exclusive previews and reports from IBIA events.

Industry News

The Thun Grace arrives at the Port of Lowestoft. ©Turner Photography

New North Sea bunkering terminal

UK-based ports company Associated British Ports (ABP)

says it has spent more than £250,000 (US$329,000) building a new fuel bunkering facility at Lowestoft, aimed at supplying the UK Southern North Sea (SNS) energy sector.

OW's auditors fined

OW's auditors fined

Two auditors from accountancy firm Deloitte have been fined a total DKK 200,000 (US$ 31,840)

by the Danish Board of Auditors for their role in the audit of now bankrupt major bunker player OW Bunker before the company’s listing in 2014, according to press reports.

Aegean quits as Singapore physical supplier

Aegean quits as Singapore physical supplier

New offering introduces unsecured finance via digital platform

Digital bunker fuel and lubricant platform Bulugo has partnered with Whitehall Finance to offer bunker fuel and lubricant buyers up to US$20 million external unsecured finance.

Monjasa’s Americas operations have flourished, and the company remains confident of further gains. ©Monjasa
Monjasa’s Americas operations have flourished, and the company remains confident of further gains. ©Monjasa

Survival of the Fittest

It’s not just weakened trade causing trouble for Panama’s bunker suppliers. Competition from outside the region offers a fresh threat – and an opportunity for others, John Rickards writes

Grim up North

Softening trade and a chaotic US pandemic response have hurt North American economics, and even fierce fuel sales competition in Houston doesn’t stop the overall picture looking pretty gloomy right now, according to John Rickards

West Coast ports have been hit by sliding box traffic and vessel cancellations. ©Roy Luck/cc-by
West Coast ports have been hit by sliding box traffic and vessel cancellations. ©Roy Luck/cc-by

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Contact one of the World Bunkering team.

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