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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Storage of solid or liquid fuel in containers from which the fuel can be continuously or intermittently withdrawn to feed a furnace, internal combustion engine, or fuel tank, for example, coal bunkering and fuel-oil bunkering.
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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.
Bunkering arm of CPC, Lanka Marine Services Ltd (LMSL), along with the monopoly of supplying marine oil in Colombo Port was awarded to leading local conglomerate John Keells Holdings in 2002.
Shell Oman has experience, internationally and locally, in marine fuel and lubricants business and maintains a fuel bunkering facility at Port Sultan Qaboos and marine lubricants supply in Salalah.
A new back tee challenges the opening shot and new bunkering features on the left side of the fairway, at 303 yards, and also set into the left side of the green.
Further bunkering shields the front and back of a ridged green.
NESA is an energy company active in oil and gas storage and bunkering operations complemented by related trading and risk management activities.
The first Singapore Technical Reference (TR) 56 for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Bunkering was launched today by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), SPRING Singapore and the Standards Development Organisation @ Singapore Chemical Industry Council (SDO@SCIC).
The future is here," said Goris Vermeulen, Managing Director, Frisol bunkering B.
Following the highly successful International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) convention held in Gibraltar last week, key members of the Gibraltar Port Authority (GPA) hosted a productive meeting with top level representatives from the bunkering sector at the Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore.
Bunker fuel demand has spiked in Fujairah similar to a few other ports in Asia following OW Bunker's bankruptcy filing with traders at the major bunkering port estimating the rise to be around 20% week on week.
HMD has disclosed that the company has already developed designs of three trial products of 6,600 m3 (single or twin screw) and 15,000 m3 Class Dual Fuelled LNG Bunkering ships.