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Pipeline hack in the United States forces refineries to reserve vessels to store fuel
18
May 2021

Pipeline hack in the United States forces refineries to reserve vessels to store fuel

The attack on the Colonial pipeline network has forced refineries on the Gulf of Mexico coast to reduce their operations due to lack of storage space.

Demand for tankers, especially VLCCs, would recover towards the second semester
11
May 2021

Demand for tankers, especially VLCCs, would recover towards the second semester

The current market for tankers is essentially in the hands of the shipowners and their decisions on how to develop their fleets in the future, raises an article by McQuilling...

The World Bank places the Port of Algeciras among the 10 most efficient in the world and the first in Europe
10
May 2021

The World Bank places the Port of Algeciras among the 10 most efficient in the world and the first in Europe

The Algeciran dock slides into a ranking dominated by he ports of East Asia.

Oil tanker transport fell 8.5% in 2020
07
May 2021

Oil tanker transport fell 8.5% in 2020

The transport of oil tankers in the world fell 8.5% year -on- year in 2020, to 3.109 million tons.

This volume comprises crude oil, oils, and chemicals.

The quarantined tanker Cielo di Hanoi has to be disinfected to return to sea
06
May 2021

The quarantined tanker Cielo di Hanoi has to be disinfected to return to sea

Health confirms an outbreak aboard the Cielo di Hanoi with 3 positives, one admitted.

There are already five ships in quarantine after detecting cases of the Indian variant
05
May 2021

There are already five ships in quarantine after detecting cases of the Indian variant

In the Canary Islands, they are also studying another possible case of an infected one of the Indian variant, who was traveling in an oil tanker that is anchored in the port...

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