In January 2022, Bunker One Brazil will start testing bio diesel. The idea is to add 7% bio diesel into the marine diesel and use it for trial on two of the tugboats we operate in Rio de Janeiro.
The strategic alliance, Red Sea Bunkering and Bunker One, are now offering High Sulfur Fuel Oil to its customers in Djibouti
Bunker One and Red Sea Bunkering announces New Strategic Partnership
Bunker One to supply green HVO-fuel to worlds first autonomous ship's maiden voyage around Denmark.
Bunker One announces today that the company will expand its footprint in Africa with a new physical supply operation in Port Louis, Mauritius, giving ships access to bunkering while staying within the main maritime trade routes .
Bunker One will supply Molslinjen’s ferry link Fanølinjen, with fossil-free HVO biodiesel. The new partnership will entail a reduction of CO2 emissions by up to 90 percent.
Bunker One came out of FY2020/21 strengthened through optimised market expansion and consolidation of its physical platform and supply chain
Together with our parent company Bunker Holding, we have now taken a significant step in the sustainable journey and will soon be able to offer delivery of biofuel to vessels passing the Danish straits in the Skaw and Gothenburg areas.
Bunker One announced today, effective immediately, its expansion to commence physical supply operations in St. Croix.
Bunker One expands offshore bunkering operations to northern Brazil in line with the company’s strategy and ambition to increase global activities and meet customer requirements.
The challenges caused by COVID-19 and the transition to low-sulphur fuels are some of the most recent instances that have impacted the bunkering and shipping industries on the shorter as well as the longer term.
IMO 2020 was a major disruption for the entire bunker industry. With it came new challenges and some interesting changes in fuel behaviour. We look back on the disruption to see what problems it caused and how the industry handled the 2020 transition.
Starting 1 June 2020 Bunker One will assume operation of the Port of Skagen oil terminal at the northern tip of Denmark.
Bunker One continues its ambitious growth strategy amid challenging times by strengthening its portfolio in the US Gulf, the Caribbean and West Africa to support customers and business partners and ensure security of supply
Bunker One continues to take bunkering one step further by providing unparalleled service - offering guidance and advice that exceeds customer expectations.
Some players are scrambling to prepare and implement changes as the new decade approaches. We are not. The reason for our calm is simple. Our 2020 preparations started more than a year ago.
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.
Cracked asphaltenes held in suspension in fuel oil is a delicate balance!
Bunker One is pleased to announce yet another step in our physical expansion strategy by confirming the establishment of a new physical bunker entity, serving the German market.
Bunker One is pleased to announce that as of 1 December 2018 the company will be fully operational in Jamaican ports, off Jamaica and Trinidad – operated by two highly specialised tankers.
Ever since the IMO signalled the implementation date for Annex VI to be January 2020, the concerns from customers and suppliers around enforcing and monitoring compliance have been at the top of the list.
That’s exactly what the delegates from a number of Swedish authorities, ship owners and the Swedish transport agency did at a seminar held in Sweden end May. The outcome was valuable input on how to operate under the new market conditions after 2020.
Liquefied natural gas, LNG, is predicted to become the environmentally friendly marine fuel of the future and Bunker One Aalborg has chosen to be a front-runner in the field.
Will the climate in Singapore Port ever be the same after MPA's demands on documentation on delivered amounts by means of mass flow meters? Get wiser on Bunker One's opinion of the situation.
Is the equation still valid? The lower viscosity, the lower density, thus the better quality? How to choose the right viscosity.
Which challenges will the new MARPOL Sulphur 2020 regulations give the bunker industry? Which fuels will we see on the market, and what will they be like?
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