North America

Location: Gulf of Mexico - offshore

Gulf of Mexico - offshore

Gulf of Mexico - offshore

Safe and efficient refueling for top tier tanker operators

Area of Operations

Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP)

Galveston Offshore Lightering Area (GOLA)

South West Pass (SWP)

South Sabine Pass

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Bunker One (Gulf of Mexico)

+1 {201} 577 8476 - Available 24/7


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.

Georgia Kounalakis
Georgia Kounalakis
Managing Director
Gulf of Mexico - offshore
Phone +1 {201} 577 8476
Mobile +1 {201} 577 8476
Theodoris Motsenigos
Theodoris Motsenigos
Operation Manager
Gulf of Mexico - offshore
Phone + 30 697 2444 925
Mobile + 30 697 2444 925

Gulf of Mexico (offshore) - Safe and efficient refueling for top tier tanker operators

Bunker One offers safe and efficient offshore supplies in the Gulf of Mexico, operating off both the Texas and Louisiana coastlines.

We have tailor-made this operation to meet the specific needs and to provide the safest and most efficient refueling solution for top tier tanker owners/operators lightering in the Gulf of Mexico, covering Galveston Off Shore Lightering Area, South Sabine Pass, South West Pass and Louisiana Off Shore Oil Port (LOOP).

More about the vessel - M/T BARBARICA
M/T BARBARICA is a highly specialized tanker fit for STS and offshore bunker operations with safety as the absolute top priority. Two totally independent and separate engine rooms and systems secure full propulsion and maneuvering redundancy even in the unlikely event of fire or flooding.

The independent propulsion lines and rudders plus powerful bow thrust make the vessel excellent for safe maneuvering during any kind of operation. All fairleads are closed roller type or Panama fairleads and with enough mooring winches and bitts for mooring to any size customer vessel in port, at anchor, under power or in DP mode.

Manifolds for gas oil and HFO at midship and aft make short and fast hose connection and sufficient pumping capacity even for the most efficient receivers with up to 2000 m3/h. Our fender system in combination with the high maneuvering and mooring standards, not only protect our own vessel; but both parties participating in the bunker supply rendezvous.

RMG 180/380 High Sulphur
MGO 0.1 Sulphur

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

Delivery Method
IFO by tanker
MGO by tanker

Offshore Delivery Coordinates
GOLA: 28-40N 094-40W
South Sabine: 28-40N 093-30W
SWP: 28-23N 090-36W
LOOP: 28-47N 090-00W

MV Barbarica (IMO: 9383443)
Major Oil Company Approved
Q88 will be forwarded on request.