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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     142 arrow     171 arrow    
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277

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08 Feb
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Rotterdam (NL) Price Forecast
   
Forecast for today:
Forecast for tomorrow:
-1.50
-3.50

 
 
 
 
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            -6.50
-7.00

Feb 08
Data retrived: 2016-02-08 23:02 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.

DISCLAIMER!

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
2016-02-08148.64(+0.64)177.29(-1.07)365.36(-3.21)
2016-02-05148.00178.36368.57
oil futures
DateBrentWTISpread
2016-02-0832.8829.693.19
2016-02-0534.0630.893.17
Brent crude oil
Prices shown in $/barrel
Light crude oil (WTI)
Prices shown in $/barrel
Gas oil
Prices shown in $/mton
Heating oil
Prices shown in $/mton
Henry Hub LNG
Prices shown in $/mmBtu

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MABUX: World fuel indexes fell again: no deal on Venezuela tour.

2016-02-08 - World fuel indexes declined as no supply agreement emerged from Venezuela’s tour of crude-producing nations. Brent for April settlement dropped by $1.18 to $32.88 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange. West Texas Intermediate for March delivery declined by $1.20 to $29.69 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The Brent benchmark traded at a $3.19 premium to WTI. A meeting between OPEC producers Saudi Arabia and Venezuela on Sunday to discuss coordination on prices ended with no real agreement. As per Ve... Read more

Oil falls with glut in focus after hopes for producer deal fade.

2016-02-08 - Oil prices were down 2 percent on Monday as supply overhang concerns grew after a Saudi-Venezuela meeting at the weekend showed few signs of coordination to boost prices. No tangible signs emerged from a meeting on Sunday between Saudi Arabia's oil minister Ali al-Naimi and his Venezuelan counterpart that OPEC and non-OPEC suppliers were ready to meet to discuss the price slump. After a flurry of diplomacy over the last two weeks about a possible production cut roiled oil markets, Sunday's meeting between cash-strapped Venezuela and the k... Read more

MABUX: World fuel indexes continue downward trend.

2016-02-08 - World fuel indexes declined on Friday last week on oil drilling rigs count and growing U.S. crude stockpiles. Brent for April settlement dropped by $0.40 to $34.06 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange. West Texas Intermediate for March delivery declined by $0.83 to $30.89 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The Brent benchmark traded at a $3.17 premium to WTI. U.S. crude stockpiles expanded by 7.8 million barrels to 502.7 million last week, keeping supplies more than 130 million barrels above the five-year ... Read more

Baker Hughes: US Oil Drillers Deepen Cuts in 7th Week of Declines

2016-02-08 - U.S. energy firms this week cut oil rigs for a seventh week in a row to the lowest levels since March 2010, data showed on Friday, as energy firms continue to cut spending due to the collapse in crude prices. Drillers removed 31 oil rigs in the week ended Feb. 5, the biggest cut since April last year, bringing the total rig count down to 467, oil services company Baker Hughes said in its report. That compares with 1,140 oil rigs operating in same week a year ago. In 2015, drillers cut on average 18 rigs per week for a total of 963 oil rigs f... Read more

MABUX: Bunker market this morning, Feb.08.

2016-02-08 - World fuel indexes declined on Friday last week on oil drilling rigs count and growing U.S. crude stockpiles. Brent for April settlement - minus $0.40 and West Texas Intermediate for March delivery - minus $0.83. Today morning there is slight upward movement on the world fuel market. The fundamental factors request-demand, howerer, are unchanged and the product surplus will continue to press the prices in a near-term outlook. We expect bunker prices may slightly decline today: minus 1-3 for IFO and minus 3-6 for MGO. - MABUX Read more

Despite Huge Losses Oil Companies Reluctant To Shut In Production

2016-02-08 - As energy investors look for reasons to be optimistic, many are keeping close tabs on supply figures. There are some signs that supply is taking a hit from disparate parts of the globe. According to Bloomberg, China might see its output dip by 3 to 5 percent in 2016, down from a record high of 4.3 million barrels per day (mb/d) last year. If that occurs, it would be the largest drop since at least the early 1990s and the first decline in seven years. China’s oil production does not get nearly as much press as its consumption figures... Read more