Poten's Weekly Opinion: Pulling the plug on Gasoline

(Oct 14 2021)

The impact of electric cars on future gasoline demand.



Greenpeace stops fish oil tanker in English Channel in protest over African food insecurity

(Oct 14 2021)

Greenpeace activists have intercepted a 96-metre tanker carrying fish oil from West Africa to Europe, to highlight the threat they say industry poses to food security and to livelihoods in the region.



Iran’s condensate to help Venezuela boost its oil output

(Oct 07 2021)

Venezuela will be using the gas condensate imported from Iran to boost crude oil production at three key extra-heavy crude projects in its largest oil region, a senior company official told Reuters.



Poten's Weekly Opinion: Oil is Here to Stay – For a While

(Oct 05 2021)

OPEC’s new outlook is bullish for oil and tanker markets.



Poten's Weekly Opinion: A Glimmer Of Hope

(Sep 30 2021)

Combination of factors could increase oil and tanker demand.



Equip the Seafarer of the Future with the Skills for Success

(Sep 30 2021)

Seafarers, not Technology, are the Heroes, says Wiernicki.



Iranian condensate cargo begins discharging in Venezuela

(Sep 30 2021)

A 2.1-million barrel cargo of condensate supplied by Iranian National Oil Company (NIOC) to Venezuela's PDVSA began discharging this week, according to two sources and tanker tracking data.



Lebanon takes first gasoil cargo under Iraq supply deal

(Sep 23 2021)

Lebanon has received a first cargo of gasoil under a fuel supply deal struck with Iraq in late-July to help alleviate a growing fuel-supply crisis.



Q&A: Shipowner International Seaways eyes oil drawdown

(Sep 23 2021)

Derek Solon, chief operating officer at International Seaways, spoke with Argus about the current state of the crude tanker market and how his company is navigating the downturn and preparing for a recovery.



Poten's Weekly Opinion: All Roads Lead To China

(Sep 21 2021)

Tanker owners can no longer take Chinese growth for granted.



How maritime risk is changing – ICS webinar

(Sep 16 2021)

The maritime risk landscape is changing in multiple ways – much of it driven by Covid and environmental issues, and also cybersecurity. ICS held a webinar to discuss, with speakers from IGP&I, Marsh and Suardiaz Group.



Poten's Weekly Opinion: Running Out Of Gas

(Sep 16 2021)

South Africa at risk of losing its refining industry.



SSY Market Review - Shipping, Commodities and Energy

(Sep 16 2021)

The latest SSY market report - which includes comprehensive insight and analysis on shipping, commodities and energy markets.



Buyers are so hungry for LNG that tankers are lining up off Qatar

(Sep 16 2021)

More than a dozen liquefied natural gas tankers await their turn to fill up at Qatar’s port of Ras Laffan.



China notifies new rules to regulate foreign ships in its waters

(Sep 09 2021)

In a bid to regulate foreign ships, China notified new maritime rules warranting vessels carrying radioactive materials, bulk oil, chemicals and a host of other supplies to report the details of the cargos upon their entry into Chinese waters.




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Aug-Sept 2021

Sea Cargo Charter - ship recycling - CO2 from tank cleaning - fixing damaged propeller blades