Houston-based Gulf Coast Fuel Supply LLC, an offshore fuel supplier specialising in MGO and VLSFO deliveries at the Galveston Lightering area, has started operations at Houston.
The operation is supported by the chemical tanker Bonaire Trader (IMO 9340922) which is equipped with a Coriolis mass flow meter.
“The Bonaire Trader is a highly equipped chemical tanker that specializes in STS and offshore bunker operations in which safely is of paramount importance,” states the company on its website. [https://www.gulfcoastfuelsupply.com/]
“Our extensively trained crew and specialized tanker will provide the highest quality Marine Gas Oil and VLSFO deliveries in the US Gulf.
“The vessel is equipped with not only all safety equipment for a seamless STS operation but is also fitted with Coriolis Smart meters which brings a new level of accuracy and quality control to offshore bunkering.”
Photo credit: MarineTraffic / Gurgens Mikaeljans
Published: 25 June, 2021
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