Southern Europe bunkering firm Cepsa has reportedly added a bunkering vessel to support operations at the Port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife in Canary Islands, Spain replacing an older vessel.
The Florence B replaces the Spabunker 61 to increase the flexibility of bunker requirements of customers calling at the Port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, said sources.
Florence B, which has a total cargo capacity of a total of 3,500 cubic meters, will support Cepsa’s other bunker tanker Petrobay at the port to deliver fuel oil and marine gas oil.
Together, both vessels offer 6,600 cubic metres of bunkering capacity at the Port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
Photo credit: Cepsa
Published date: 24 May, 2018
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