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bunkering

[′bəŋ·kər·iŋ]
(engineering)
Storage of solid or liquid fuel in containers from which the fuel can be continuously or intermittently withdrawn to feed a furnace, internal combustion engine, or fuel tank, for example, coal bunkering and fuel-oil bunkering.
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The MPA envisions that the commencement of LNG bunkering might drive to the port eventually building as an LNG bunkering centre.
This will be a key factor in stabilising the quality of bunkers, while helping enforce more stringent regulations that will minimise the environmental footprint and enhance safety in the bunkering industry," he added.
We will formulate a framework and identify the most important attributes of ports' competitiveness as bunkering hubs and subsequently assess the performance of the ports of Singapore and Shanghai as bunkering hubs at present and in the future.
The challenge of the tee shot is increased dramatically by added fairway bunkering, left at 267 yards and right at 307 yards.
Key market participants in the bunkering business include Gazpromneft Marine Bunker LLC, Bomin Linde LNG GmbH & Co.
As a LiquiStationA Bulk ST2FF type, the LNG ship bunkering terminal will be established at the Port of Hirtshals, where Fjord Line on a daily basis arrives with one of its two LNG-fuelled cruise ferries MS Stavangerfjord and MS Bergensfjord.
The future is here," said Goris Vermeulen, Managing Director, Frisol bunkering B.
Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction (HHIC) has won a contract from NYK to build the world s first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering vessel.
Port market share has also been included in this report to offer a better overview of major bunkering destinations.
Hambantota Magam Ruhunupura International Port will begin fuel bunkering operations by June 15 at the new fuel bunkering terminal, Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) Chairman Priyath Bandu Wickrama said.
By making compulsory the use of mass flow metering (MFM) system for bunkering, the Port of Singapore has become the first port in the world to do so.