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MMEA arrests Port Klang registered oil tanker with diesel cargo onboard

Image Credits: MMEA/Manifold Times Repost: The Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) on Monday (18 October) said its Kemaman Maritime Zone division has arrested a Port Klang registered oil tanker with its cargo of diesel on Saturday (16 October). Director of the Maritime Zone of Kemaman, Commander Rashidilhadi bin Abd Rashid, …

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COVID-19 Outbreak Delays Bunker Barge Loadings at Singapore’s Universal Terminal

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Repost: Bunker barge loadings at Singapore’s Universal Terminal have been disrupted by a COVID-19 outbreak on Jurong Island. A queue of barges waiting to load at the terminal has built up because of staffing problems caused by the outbreak, price reporting agency Argus Media reported on Wednesday, citing local suppliers. …

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Bunker One and Red Sea Bunkering in new partnership for North Africa region expansion

Repost: International bunkering firm Bunker One on Wednesday (13 October) said it has entered into a partnership with Djibouti-based Red Sea Bunkering to create a competitive bunker alternative to other locations in and around the North African region. By combining the synergies of Red Sea Bunkering’s many years of operational …

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Singapore: Central Star Marine Supplies welcomes bunker tanker newbuilding “CSM Taurus” to fleet

Repost: A 3,500 dwt bunker tanker newbuilding will be starting marine fuel delivery operations for Singapore licensed bunker supplier Central Star Marine Supplies Pte Ltd (CSM) in October, learns Manifold Times. “The CSM Taurus arrived in Singapore during mid-September and is currently undergoing final preparations before starting commercial operations,” Chan Guo Hao, …

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Bunker Holding Eyes Acquisitions Among Larger Bunker Companies, Green Fuels Players

Image Credits: Bunker Holding Repost: Bunker Holding is actively looking for acquisitions among the larger bunker companies as well as players in the green energy sector, CEO Keld R. Demant has told Ship & Bunker. “We have identified several targets and have entered into conversations with partners. For confidentiality reason, …

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Argus Media: Fujairah ‘not approached’ for alternative bunker fuels

Image Credits: Argus Media / Manifold Times Repost: Elshan Aliyev of global energy and commodity price reporting agency Argus Media on Wednesday (29 September) reported on Fujairah’s status in adoption of alternative marine fuels. The Middle East’s prime bunkering centre at Fujairah, UAE, has not been approached by any counterparty about …

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