CNOOC (ShenZhen) Marine Supplies Co., Ltd, which received a bonded bunkering business licence from the Shenzhen Municipal Party Committee and Municipal Government, completed its first bunker fuel delivery on Monday (27 June), learnt Singapore bunkering publication Manifold Times.
The company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CNOOC Group, successfully delivered 1,730 metric tonnes (mt) of low-sulphur bonded fuel oil to YM Enlightenment ship in Yantian Port, making it the first ship to receive its bonded fuel from the newly licensed bunker supplier.
To date, the company has conducted bunker fuel deliveries to two ships including YM Enlightenment, a Chinese source told Manifold Times.
With its recently-obtained licence, CNOOC (ShenZhen) Marine Supplies can supply ISO 8217:2010 bonded marine fuel in the Yantian District, Shekou and other areas in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province.
Established on October 4, 1988, CNOOC (ShenZhen) Marine Supplies is registered in Shenzhen Yantian District and its business scope includes the purchase and sale of petroleum products, bonded warehouse business, supply water and oil to foreign ships as well as the import and export business.
The company relies on CNOOC Huizhou Daya Bay Petrochemical Base to ensure the supply of marine fuel oil. The annual processing capacity of Huizhou Petrochemical Refinery is 22 million mt.
The facility is one of the largest marine fuel oil processing and export enterprises in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. It is adjacent to Yantian port, both of which are under the jurisdiction of Shenzhen Customs.
At present, CNOOC (ShenZhen) Marine Supplies is responsible for selling the low-sulphur fuel oil resources Huizhou Petrochemical Refinery. The Company has 50,000 m3 of bonded fuel oil tanks and five 3,000 to 6,000 mt double bottom and double hull ships.
Contact details of the person-in-charge are as follows:
CNOOC (ShenZhen) Marine Supplies Co., Ltd.
Address: 23-24F, Building B of CNOOC building, No.3168, HouhaibinRoad(Shenzhen Bay section), Nanshan District, Shenzhen
Postal Code: 518000
E-mail: [email protected]
Photo credit: CNOOC (ShenZhen) Marine Supplies Co., Ltd.
Published: 13 July, 2022
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