The Port of Rotterdam Authority recently published bunker fuel sales data for the third quarter (Q3) of 2021.
Traditional marine fuels during Q3 2020 (versus on year) recorded sales of fuel oil at 2.0 million mt (1.8 million mt); MGO at 265,151 mt (260,307 mt); and MDO at 189,289 mt (115,034 mt).
Sales of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel in Q3 2021 totalled 213,250 m3, an increase of 339% from 48,623 m3 in Q3 2020.
Rotterdam’s marine fuel sales figures included the volume for bio bunkers; 39,410 of bio fuel oil and 10,214 mt of bio distillates and 531 m3 of renewable synthetic LNG were sold under this category during Q3 2021.
Rotterdam bunker sales data for Q3 2021 are as follows:
Photo credit: Port of Rotterdam Authority
Published: 8 December, 2021
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