North America

Location: Alabama

Alabama

Alabama

The portal to the Mexican Gulf

Area of Operations

Mobile

Chickasaw

Theodore

Visit location

Address

Bunker One (USA)
107 St. Francis Street, Suite 2370,
Mobile AL 36602

Phone
+1 (251) 690-9100 or +1 (251) 929-5153 - Available 24/7

Contacts

Bunker One is a team of highly skilled professionals with expert local knowledge in the many areas we operate around the globe. Meet our great team who all work passionately to deliver world class service and are driven to go the extra nautical mile for you.

Sara Shipman Myers
Sara Shipman Myers
Managing Director
Francisco Javier Brito
Francisco Javier Brito
Technical Manager
Kirk Callais
Kirk Callais
Operations Manager
Samuel Myers
Samuel Myers
Ops. and Sales Consultant
Rene Astrup
Rene Astrup
Financial Manager
Jonathan Brito
Jonathan Brito
Inventory Control Manager
Dusty Pollman
Dusty Pollman
Operations & Administrative Assistant
Kayla E. O´Rourke
Kayla E. O´Rourke
Administrative Assistant
Amanda Wilbanks
Amanda Wilbanks
Accountant

Alabama - the portal to the Mexican Gulf

Bunker One (USA) Inc. is also present in Alabama. Alabama comprises Mobile, Chickasaw, and Theodore. It has 41 berths being a lot.

The Port of Mobile is a deep-water port in Mobile, Alabama. It is the only deep-water port in Alabama. It was ranked by the United States Army Corps of Engineers as the 9th largest port by tonnage in the nation during 2008. The port is located along the Mobile River where it empties into Mobile Bay. The Port of Mobile has public, deepwater terminals with direct access to 1,500 miles of inland and intracoastal waterways serving the Great Lakes, the Ohio and Tennessee river valleys (via the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway), and the Gulf of Mexico. The Port of Mobile is the largest break bulk forest products port in the United States. The largest shares of coal exports from Mobile went to Europe and South America.

RMA10 to RMG180/380 High Sulphur
ULSFO Ultra Low Sulphur Fuel Oil 0,1% Sulphur
DMA 0,1% Sulphur

Specification
ISO 8217: 2010 Fuel Standard for Marine Distillate Fuels
ISO 8217: 2010 Fuel Standard for Marine Residual Fuels

Port info
Alabama: Mobile, Chickasaw and Alabama.

Delivery Methods
IFO by barge
DMA by barge and truck
ULSFO by barge and truck

Port info
Texas: Orange, Beaumont, Port Neches, Port Arthur, Channelview, Houston, Bayport, Texas City, Freeport, Galveston, Bolivar Roads, and Corpus Christi.

Fleet
East Barges:
• Titan 1602 Dual pumping (AL, MS, FL)
• CBR 2016 (AL, MS, FL)
• CBR 2310 (AL, MS, FL)
• CBR 2015 (AL, MS, FL)
• All with active US Coast Guard COIv
East Tug
· Gregory P. Frazier tug is SIRE certified