Marine fuel sales at Panama gained by about 19% on year in June 2021, according to the latest data from La Autoridad Marítima de Panamá, also known as the Panama Maritime Authority (PMA).
Total bunker sales at Panama was 358,827 metric tonnes (mt) in June, compared to sales of 302,330 mt during the similar period in 2020.
In June 2021, the Pacific side of Panama posted bunker sales of 311,682 mt; 234,215 mt of VLSFO, 43,617 mt of RMG 380, 5,943 mt of marine gas oil (MGO), and 27,907 mt of low sulphur marine gas oil (LSMGO) were delivered.
The similar region saw total marine fuel sales of 260,668 mt a year before in June; with VLSFO sales of 200,783 mt, RMG 380 sales of 33,319 mt, MGO sales of 6,170 mt, and 20,396 mt of LSMGO being sold.
Panama’s Atlantic side, meanwhile, recorded sales of 47,145 mt during June 2021; 34,275 mt of VLSFO, 5,226 mt of RMG 380, 415 mt of MGO, and 7,229 mt of LSMGO.
It saw total sales of 41,662 mt in the similar period a year before; with VLSFO sales of 27,780 mt, RMG 380 sales of 3,644 mt, MGO sales of 496 mt, and LSMGO sales of 9,742 mt.
An earlier record of marine fuel sales at Panama for 2021 is as follows:
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Earlier reports can be found in the search results here.
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Published: 15 July, 2021
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