The first delivery of low-sulphur bunker fuel for Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) reportedly arrived in Chittagong on Monday (14 September) from Singapore.
Oil Tanker MT TMN Pride carrying 15,000 metric tonnes of low-sulphur bunker fuel was berthed at Dolphin Jetty No. 5 of the Meghna Oil Company at Patenga.
The Bangladesh government in August approved Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation’s (BPC) proposals to purchase 150,000 metric tonnes (mt) of bunker fuel across July-December 2020
The proposals that were approved are to import 75,000 mt of bunker fuel through an international tender for Tk 222.1 crore (USD 26.3 million), and another 75,000 mt through government-to-government trades for Tk 216.7 crore (USD 25.6 million).
Significant uptick in the number of quality claims being alleged by ship owners has also been seen since the implementation of contactless bunkering operations, notes Partner at Rajah & Tann.
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Associate Director at Helmsman highlights the need to stay up-to-date with latest protocols / measures introduced by MPA, with continuous education of Master and crew of the visiting vessel.
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Senior Associate at Clyde & Co offers guidance to protect shipowners and bunker tanker operators in the event opposing counterparty breaches Covid-19 protocols, resulting in Covid-19 transmission.
Having a surveyor’s watchful eye to detect illegal activities also sends a strong signal to barge and vessel crew not to undertake any intended non-compliance, states VPS Senior Sales Manager.