The 49,834-dwt tanker Maersk Tampa, a vessel chartered by international oil trading and bunkering firm Monjasa, recently completed the first ever delivery of Very Low Sulphur Fuel Oil into the new Namcor Namibia storage tanks in Walvis Bay.
On this occasion, Monjasa supplied a cargo of around 8,000 metric tonnes enabling the National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia to support both maritime and inland energy demand with new and more environmentally friendly fuels.
“With 10 Monjasa tankers operating in West Africa, we are matching supply and demand across all coastal nations from the Gulf of Guinea to Namibia,” it states in social media post.
Photo credit: Monjasa
Published: 7 May, 2021
Estimated total value of MFO which was erroneously recorded as having been delivered to the receiving vessels across the 14 proceeded CMA charges is US$121,585.60, states court document.
On 5th June 2021, VPS carried out a Remaining On Board (R.O.B.) survey on board a Singapore-registered bunker tanker at short notice by the Charterer and quickly identified the theft of 98 metric tons of bunker fuel.
No quarantine required if vessels have not called at Brazil, India, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines and South Africa during the 21 days prior to arrival at Hong Kong port, according to Marine Department notice.
CCIC discuss the progression of MFM technology for bunkering at Singapore port with Manifold Times; and possible development of a primary facility for MFM calibration.
‘The acquisition of PGI Industries will enhance VPS’ preventative maintenance services offered to the power sector, increasing protection and sustainability of the asset,’ says Malcolm Cooper, CEO, VPS.
A foreign vessel was involved in an alleged unauthorised STS incident with bunker tanker Pearl Melody on 5 June, Director and General Manager of Consort Bunkers tells Manifold Times.