Rio de Janeiro-based multinational oil corporation Petróleo Brasileiro (Petrobras) has added five more double-hull bunker barges to its fleet.
The new vessels will be delivering marine fuel at the ports of Vitória, Praia Mole and Tubarão, it said in a statement to Manifold Times.
“These barges will improve the delivering bunker services in these ports and they will definitively speed up our operations, increase the delivery services as well as reduce the waiting time,” it notes.
Details of the bunkering vessels are as follows:
|BARGE||IFO Max. Capacity (Metric Ton)||Pumping Rate m³/h|
|BARGE||MGO – Max. apacity
|Pumping Rate m³/h|
|CD ILHA BELA||240||180|
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Published: 18 January, 2018
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