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Singapore is the leading port of bunkering with annual sale around 36M metric ton.Thanks for Singapore's initiative, and leaderhip, which guarantee the healthy growth of industry. But still the bunker loading and discharging are very complicated involving multiple parties and steps, which we may still have space to improve
ExxonMobil Marine Fuels & Lubricants has become the first organisation to adopt a mass flow metering system for bunker fuel delivery approved by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA). The mass flow metering system, coupled with expertise and knowledge of the bunkering process, is a major step-change in measurement practices. It is designed to enhance the integrity, security, and efficiency of quantity measurement. Find out more about the mass flow metering system: http://www.exxonmobil.com/MarineLubes-En/performance-and-reliability_mass-flow-metering-system.aspx?WT.mc_id=EMML-YouTubeChannel-Aug2015-03
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Vermont Marine Bunkering Ltd. is solely owned by Vermont Groups Ltd. We established Hong Kong bunkering business since 1996. Our main activities are physical bunker supply, trading and transporting of marine fuel oil. With the continuous support from our suppliers and clients, we become one of the largest bunker suppliers in Hong Kong. Besides, we also established Vermont UM Bunkering PTE LTD in Singapore in 2009 and thus we can provide marine bunkering service to our clients both in Hong Kong and Singapore.
chief makoi seaman vlog 009 After we left Pyong Taek, we headed for Yeosu anchorage in South Korea for bunkering operations. We took in both HFO (heavy fuel oil) and LSMGO (low sulfur marine gas oil) in preparation for our voyage to USA and Europe. ==== Music: Alison by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
It is the simplest things that go wrong at sea and a routine activity like taking bunkers on board is a potential danger for any ship simply because it is done so often. Visit http://www.walport.com for more information. The world expects every seafarer to be a professional, whatever his task. This fast moving cleverly edited safety training film shows a real bunkering operation in the Arabian Gulf. It shows the right way to plan to take bunkers on-board, and points out the danger areas.
Mass flow meters will be mandatory for marine fuel oils in Singapore from January 1, 2017. As the bunker industry gears up for this change, editor Surabhi Sahu sheds light on what MFMs are and how their compulsory implementation would impact the industry.
Ship Collisions at Sea. The container ship Hanjin New York dragged anchor and collided with container carrier MSC Claudia off Singapore. The both vessels were anchored at Eastern Bunkering A area off Changi Naval Base, but under the strong winds the Hanjin-owned vessel dragged anchor and smashed into the bow of the MSC vessel. Following the collision, a dozen of containers fell from Hanjin New York fell overboard, as some fell into the water and another on the fore section of MSC Claudia. The accident was reported to local authorities and at the scene of the accident was dispatched tug, which towed Hanjin vessel and secured her at the anchorage. The container ship Hanjin New York (IMO: 9461506) has overall length of 334.20 m, moulded beam of 42.80 m and maximum draft of 14.50 m. The deadwe...
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Vessels calling at Vopak's Sebarok terminal in Singapore can look forward to the new concurrent bunkering service which enables vessels to safely and efficiently receive bunkers from bunker barges simultaneously while loading or discharging at the Vopak terminal- a continuation of Vopak’s strategy to help unlock logistical value for our customers, enabling seamless, safe and efficient logistics processes in the entire supply chain. Discover more @ email@example.com or www.vopak.com
SINGAPORE: Singapore is looking to increase its supply of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) imports to meet growing electricity demands. With demand for LNG staying robust, Singapore looks set to lift a moratorium on new piped natural gas imports. Experts said this move, though still at an early stage, would most likely enhance Singapore's competitiveness in the global LNG arena. There may soon be more than one sole supplier of LNG to Singapore. British-based BG Group currently has that exclusive franchise. Singapore's LNG Terminal received its first tranche of LNG on May 7 this year. According to Neil McGregor, chief executive officer of Singapore LNG, the LNG Terminal currently has a capacity of three million tonnes per annum. This will be increased to 6 million tonnes per annum by the ...
MSC Meraviglia Bunkering Operations Valletta Malta. We were on the MSC Meraviglia. Docked in Valletta, Malta. Bunkering operations ongoing. We had to take on bunker fuel! We sail on the MSC Meraviglia, the flagship of the MSC fleet! When launched in July 2017, the MSC Merviglia (at 172,000 GT) was the fourth largest cruise ship in the world, only behind the 3 Oasis-class vessels owned by Royal Caribbean). Meraviglia, in Italain, connotes a feeling of wonder, astonishment and amazement. The ship has Galleria Meraviglia, a 300ft central promenande filled with boutiques, restaurants, and also used for entertainment. It comes with a 5,200 sq feet LED dome - an atmospheric digital sky that animates the Galleria Meraviglia with inspiring sunrises, sunsets, mosiacs, shows and starry nigh...