AMANDA A

  • General
    • Vessel Name : AMANDA A
    • Operator : REC BOATS, LLC
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Tugboat
    • Vessel Type : Tugboat
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 400
  • Location
    • City : HOUMA
    • STATE : LA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 46
    • Full Load Capacity : 20 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 55.6 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 21.9 Feet
    • Overall Length : 55.6 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 21.9 Feet
    • Load draft : 6.6 Feet
    • Light Draft : 4.6 Feet
    • Height : 65 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1972
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 545416

REC BOATS, LLC

  • Area of Operation : FOURCHON, LA
  • Principal Commodity : OIL FIELD EQUIPMENT

News

Oil Shrugs off Geopolitical Tensions but Some See Red Flags

The oil price has ignored rising geopolitical tensions in the Middle East, as a three-year old crude surplus has wiped out any real fear over supply, but one of the world's largest security consultants says there are red flags the market cannot ignore.   Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and several other countries cut ties with Qatar on Monday

North Sea Oil Market Waves Red Flag at Brent Bulls

North Sea Oil Market Waves Red Flag at Brent Bulls

A recovery in U.S. crude exports and falling European refining margins have sent prices of North Sea barrels tumbling, which may encourage traders to keep oil in storage and could undermine OPEC's efforts to drain inventories.   The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, Russia and 10 other producers agreed to cut output by about 1.

Ecuador, Shunning OPEC, to Increase Production

OPEC member Ecuador will no longer comply with an agreed OPEC production cut due to the country's financial difficulties and plans to gradually raise its oil output, the government said on Monday.   Oil Minister Carlos Perez said that Ecuador's compliance with the agreed cuts was only around 60 percent, putting current output at 545,000 bpd.

Oil Rises with U.S. Demand, but Glut Weighs

Oil Rises with U.S. Demand, but Glut Weighs

U.S. crude stocks fall 5.8 mln barrels to 503.7 mln; but Global markets well supplied as OPEC exports rise.   Oil rose on Thursday, recovering some ground after a surprisingly upbeat picture of U.S. demand halted the previous day's steep slide, although the prospect of oversupply in 2018 has prompted yet more analysts to cut their price forecasts.

Oil Supply Growth to Outpace Rise in Consumption in 2018

Oil Supply Growth to Outpace Rise in Consumption in 2018

Growth in oil supply next year is expected to outpace an anticipated pick-up in demand that will push global consumption above 100 million barrels per day (bpd) for the first time, the International Energy Agency said on Wednesday.   The Paris-based IEA said production outside the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries would grow twice as quickly in 2018 as it will do this year

Oil Falls Again on Supplies Worries

Oil Falls Again on Supplies Worries

Oil fell for a second day on Thursday to hit one-month lows after an unexpected surge in U.S. inventories and the return of more Nigerian crude aggravated investor concerns about an already oversupplied market.   The oil price has slipped below $50 a barrel despite a pledge by the world's largest exporters to extend an existing output cut of 1.

Output Spike Brightens North Sea's Twilight Years

Output Spike Brightens North Sea's Twilight Years

New oil projects over the next two years in the North Sea will have combined capacity to produce 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd), offsetting a slide in output from the oldest deepwater basin that produces the world's benchmark crude.   The projects stretch from the West Shetlands to the icy fringes of the Arctic Ocean, Reuters research shows.   North Sea crude output was 2.

Global Oil Market is Rebalancing: IEA

Global Oil Market is Rebalancing: IEA

The global oil market is rebalancing and the pace at which supply and demand are falling into line is picking up, even if inventories still fail to reflect the impact of OPEC supply cuts, the International Energy Agency said on Tuesday.   In its monthly report, the IEA kept its global demand growth forecast for 2017 unchanged at 1.

IEA: Global Oil Markets Nearly 'Balanced'

IEA: Global Oil Markets Nearly 'Balanced'

The global oil market is close to balance after nearly three years of excess supply, as production cuts by the world's largest exporters offset a longer-term decline in demand in the richest nations, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Thursday.   The Paris-based agency said preliminary data showed oil stocks across industrialised nations fell by 17.

Oil Surplus or Scarcity? Shale Makes it Hard to Predict

Oil Surplus or Scarcity? Shale Makes it Hard to Predict

Goldman Sachs sees large oil surplus in two years, but the forecast is at odds with most predictions of looming shortage.   The shale oil boom has transformed the U.S. and global energy sector to such an extent that it has upended traditional supply dynamics and made forecasts far more polarised.

Oil Edges Up Despite U.S. Inventory Report

Oil Edges Up Despite U.S. Inventory Report

U.S. crude stocks at record 535.5 mln barrels; U.S. oil production at 9.2 mln bpd.   Oil prices rose on Thursday, on track for a fourth consecutive daily gain, after recovering from losses triggered by record high U.S. crude inventories.   Brent crude futures were up by 20 cents on the day at $54.56 a barrel by 1100 GMT, while U.S.

OPEC, U.S. Begin "cat and mouse" Oil Game

As far as one of the world's biggest commodities traders, Glencore's chief Ivan Glasenberg, is concerned, the oil market will be at the mercy of "a cat and mouse game" between OPEC and its U.S. shale rivals in the coming year. A 16 percent price rally over the past week has delivered U.S.