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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     247 arrow     269 arrow    
399

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408

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23 Sep
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Rotterdam (NL) Price Forecast
   
Forecast for today:
Forecast for tomorrow:
-8.50
 0.00

 
 
 
 
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            -2.00
 0.00

Sep 23
Data retrived: 2016-09-24 22:09 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
2016-09-23244.86(+2.36)286.43(+1.14)477.43(+5.36)
2016-09-22242.50285.29472.07
oil futures
DateBrentWTISpread
2016-09-2345.8944.481.41
2016-09-2247.6546.321.33
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: Bunker market this evening, Sep.23.

2016-09-23 - World fuel indexes declined on signs Saudi Arabia and Iran were making little progress in achieving preliminary agreement ahead of talks by major crude exporters next week. Brent for November settlement declined by $1.76 to $45.89 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange. West Texas Intermediate for November delivery lost $1.84 to $44.48 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The Brent benchmark traded at the premium of $1.41 to WTI. Gasoil for October dropped by $2.00. Saudi Arabia and Iran met in Vienna for a sec... Read more

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2016-09-23 - Oil prices jumped on Friday after sources told Reuters Saudi Arabia could reduce its crude production should regional foe Iran cap its own output this year. The Saudi offer, ahead of next week's meeting of OPEC ministers trying to staunch oil price losses, has yet to be accepted by Tehran, three sources familiar with the discussions told Reuters. Brent crude oil LCOc1 and U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) CLc1 futures turned positive immediately after the news, with the European benchmark jumping more than 1 percent. By 1111 GMT, Bren... Read more

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MABUX: Bunker market this morning, Sep.23.

2016-09-23 - World fuel indexes rose yesterday supported by a weaker dollar and a surprisingly large drop in U.S. crude inventories. Brent for November settlement rose by $0.82 to $47.65 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange. West Texas Intermediate for November delivery gained $0.98 to $46.32 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The Brent benchmark traded at the premium of $1.33 to WTI. Gasoil for October increased by $9.25. U.S. crude stockpiles fell 6.2 million barrels to 504.6 million in the week ended Sept. 16. Crude ... Read more

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2016-09-23 - As OPEC prepares to meet in Algiers next week, the oil market is reminding the group’s members what’s at stake if they fail to reach a deal. More than 800,000 barrels a day of additional crude is pouring into the global market this month from last as Russia pumps at an all-time high while Libya and Nigeria restore disrupted supplies, according to statements from their ministry officials. That would imply a tripling of the supply surplus, estimated currently at about 400,000 barrels a day by the International Energy Agency. &ld... Read more

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