2020-preparations are progressing at full speed. But from now until the carriage ban is enforced 1 March 2020, we will undoubtedly see a need for de-bunkering/offloading of non-compliant volume, when vessels for some reason is captured with high sulphur fuel on board.
Wrecks of ships that contained high amounts of oil when they sank are environmental timebombs, as the stored oil will escape the tanks once the hull have been sufficiently corroded.
Bunker One (Gulf of Mexico) SA is pleased to announce the newest addition to its Offshore US Gulf and Caribbean fleet, M/T Waltz. The physical supplier, that is now one of the largest suppliers in the Caribbean, will commence operations in Freeport from 1 June.
Bunker One has performed comprehensive laboratory testing of the consequences from possible compatibility problems post 2020.
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