International bunkering firm TFG Marine on Monday (5 July) said it has completed installation of a mass flow meter (MFM) bunkering system on board the bunker barge Vemahonesty chartered from Queensway Navigation Co. Ltd.
The long term chartered MFM-equipped bunker barge operates along the coast of West Africa, one of the world’s busiest maritime thoroughfares.
“The introduction of this digital fuel measurement technology, which is already mandatory in certain major bunkering hubs including Singapore, will increase transactional efficiency, transparency and consistency of measurement for all our customers’ marine fuel deliveries, further cementing our position as the marine fuel supplier of choice, it states.
Manifold Times earlier reported TFG Marine to be offering bunker biofuel blends in the ARA region.
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Photo credit: TFG Marine
Published: 6 July, 2021
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