The bunkering arm of Gazprom Neft, Gazpromneft Marine Bunker, Friday received recognition from international cruise company Royal Caribbean Cruises as "Supplier of 2017".
The company provides bunker fuel to Royal Caribbean at the port of St. Petersburg, and has supplied a total of 350,000 metric tonnes (mt) of marine fuel to its cruise vessels since the start of business in 2008.
“In 2018, Gazpromneft Marine Bunker plans to ship over 40,000 tons of fuel to Royal Caribbean,” it says.
“In the new navigation season, the first bunkering was carried out on 7 May on the transatlantic liner Brilliance of the Seas.”
In 2014, Royal Caribbean recognised Gazpromneft Marine Bunker received a special award "For valuable contribution" from Royal Caribbean Cruises in 2014.
Photo credit: Gazprom Neft
Publication date: 4 June, 2018
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