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  Ports       380 cSt 180 cSt ULS F0 MGO/MGO LS Date
Rotterdam(NL) Market Indications   
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18 Jan
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Rotterdam (NL) Price Forecast
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Jan 19
Data retrived: 2017-01-19 09:01 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.


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.
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MABUX: Bunker Market this morning 19th January!

2017-01-19 - Last night Brent closed down $1.55 and WTI down $1.40 pbr. - OPEC Seeks to quiet doubts on supply cuts as rally falters. OPEC and Russia will meet this weekend to gauge progress on their oil-supply deal, they’ll be trying to dispel the shadow of previous unfulfilled promises. The promise of production cuts from OPEC and its partners sent oil rallying in 2016. Now traders want proof they’re delivering on those vows. It won’t come easy.- Oil held in storage is ‘key unknown’ for analysts. The first indication... Read more

U.S. Oil rises from 1-week low, U.S. inventory data in focus

2017-01-19 - U.S. oil on Thursday moved away from one-week lows touched the session before, with investors turning their attention to upcoming government data on U.S. inventories. Sentiment in oil markets has been torn between expectations of a rebound in U.S. shale production and hopes that oversupply may be curbed by output cuts announced by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and others. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil futures were trading up 38 cents at $51.46 per barrel at 0035 GMT, after dropping to a one-we... Read more

OPEC output cuts boost appeal of light crude, but market yet to respond: Russell

2017-01-19 - One of the consequences of the cuts to crude oil supply by OPEC and its allies has been the sharp narrowing of the premium that light crude commands over heavier grades. In theory, this should result in increased flows of light crude to Asia, with refiners substituting gasoline-rich grades for the heavier crudes typically more popular in the region. But there are as yet few signs that this is happening, most likely because many Atlantic basin producers of light crude are unable to pump more, and because Asian refiners are still enjoying s... Read more

The Oil Trade Showing Where OPEC’s Cuts Are Starting to Bite

2017-01-19 - Light-heavy crude spread narrows 50 percent since early June Saudi Arabia and other OPEC nations pump mostly heavy crudes As OPEC starts to make its production cuts work, the true impact of its actions is perhaps most in evidence in an obscure part of the physical oil market. While Brent futures, a benchmark based on North Sea supply, are trading about $4 a barrel higher than their peak in June, the price of cheaper Middle East crude is rising faster still. The gap between the two varieties -- now the smallest in 15 months -- reveals w... Read more

Will OPEC Deliver Its Output Cut Deal? Here’s How We’ll Know

2017-01-19 - Prices will be ‘whipsawed’ as output data emerges: Barclays Oil held in storage is ‘key unknown’ for analysts: EIA The promise of production cuts from OPEC and its partners sent oil rallying in 2016. Now traders want proof they’re delivering on those vows. It won’t come easy. The challenge: Building a coherent picture from the morass of data that emerges at each step along the process, from the wellheads where the oil is produced, to the tankers that carry it, and the depots that store it. Unlike ... Read more

OPEC Seeks to Quiet Doubts on Supply Cuts as Rally Falters

2017-01-19 - When OPEC and Russia meet this weekend to gauge progress on their oil-supply deal, they’ll be trying to dispel the shadow of previous unfulfilled promises. Oil prices rose 20 percent in the month after OPEC agreed to cut output, reaching $54.06 a barrel in New York on Dec. 28. Since then, they’ve slipped almost 5 percent as traders, with one eye on rising U.S. shale production, await proof that OPEC and other producers will live up to their deal. They recall how Russia broke its pledge during cutbacks in 2008, while some members ... Read more