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Russian oil major Rosneft on Friday (24 April) said it’s bunkering arm, Rosneft Bunker, has expanded the sales region of its RMLS 40 low-sulfur marine fuel to ports in the Far East, Black Sea, Arctic and Baltic regions.
In the first quarter of 2020, the company reports it delivered 112,000 metric tonnes of RMLS 40 type E II (not more than 0.1% sulphur content) to both domestic and international shipowners.
Rosneft adds it aims to produce greener marine fuels in a more sustainable manner. In line with this, the company is implementing a large scale project to upgrade its facilities.
The company’s RMLS 40 bunker fuel is currently produced at the Komsomolsk Oil Refinery, Achinsk Oil Refinery, Syzran Oil Refinery and Bashneft-Ufaneftekhim Refinery.
Photo credit: Rosneft
Published: 27 April, 2020
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