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  Ports       380 cSt 180 cSt ULS F0 MGO/MGO LS Date
Rotterdam(NL) Market Indications   
ULS FO / MGO LS
Ex Barge     384 arrow     402 arrow    
593

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622

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19 Apr
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Rotterdam (NL) Price Forecast
   
Forecast for today:
Forecast for tomorrow:
+10.00
+4.00

 
 
 
 
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            +11.25
+8.25

Apr19
Data retrived: 2018-04-19 15:04 CET
Please note that above-mentioned prices are purely indicative -based on volumes fuel 500 mt and mdo / gas oil 100 mt-, to be used as guidance only, since market is fluctuating constantly.

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Prices published are only indications and may therefore vary.
Marine Bunker Exchange takes no responsibility for any market decisions taken on the basis of such indications.
MABUX World Bunker Index 380 HS, 180 HS and MGO (Gasoil) Future Curve
world index
Date380HSFO180HSFOMGO LS
2018-04-19387.29(+6)427.36(+7.15)660.93(+9.22)
2018-04-18381.29420.21651.71
oil futures
DateBrentWTISpread
2018-04-1873.4868.475.01
2018-04-1771.5866.525.06
Brent crude oil
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Light crude oil (WTI)
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Heating oil
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National Balаncing Point NBP
Prices shown in pence/therms

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MABUX Weekly Report: The state of volatility remains on global bunker market.

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2018-04-19 - Oil prices rose on Thursday to their highest since the end of 2014 as U.S. crude inventories declined and as top exporter Saudi Arabia pushes for higher prices by continuing to withhold supplies. Brent crude oil futures LCOc1 rose to as much as $74.02 a barrel, the highest since Nov. 27, 2014, and were at $73.93 per barrel at 0514 GMT, up 45 cents, or 0.6 percent, from their last close. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures CLc1 were up 38 cents, or 0.6 percent, at $68.85 a barrel. WTI earlier rose to as much as $68.95, its str... Read more

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2018-04-19 - The decline of Venezuela’s oil production for the foreseeable future has been assumed, and to a large extent, already priced into the market. However, an acceleration in the rate of decline is possible, and a few recent developments raise the odds that such a disaster will become a reality. Reuters reported that state-owned PDVSA is completely falling apart, with workers walking off the job at a frightening pace. The conditions for oil workers has deteriorated for years, with shortages of food, unsafe working conditions, and hyperinfla... Read more

OPEC's new price hawk Saudi Arabia seeks oil as high as $100 - sources

2018-04-19 - - Top oil exporter Saudi Arabia would be happy to see crude rise to $80 or even $100 a barrel, three industry sources said, a sign Riyadh will seek no changes to an OPEC supply-cutting deal even though the agreement’s original target is within sight. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, Russia and several other producers began to reduce supply in January 2017 in an attempt to erase a glut. They have extended the pact until December 2018 and meet in June to review policy. OPEC is closing in on the original target of the... Read more

$100 Oil Is Back On The Table

2018-04-19 - Oil prices will rise to $100 per barrel if Saudi Arabia gets its way. Only a week ago, news surfaced that Saudi officials were quietly hoping to push oil prices up to $80 per barrel, which would help boost the valuation of Saudi Aramco IPO. But why not $100 per barrel? Reuters reports that Riyadh would be fine with prices rising that far, which lends weight to the notion that OPEC will keep the production cuts in place even as its mission to drain surplus oil inventories around the world appears to be largely “accomplished.” ... Read more