The port of Vladivostok recorded a 70.2% jump in bunkering volumes in 2017 when compared to the previous year.
A total of 701,400 metric tonnes (mt) of marine fuel was delivered to receiving vessels in 2017, up from 421,100 mt in 2016, the Administration of Seaports of Primorsky Territory and Eastern Arctic told IAA PortNews.
The period saw the number of bunkering operations increasing from 3,139 to 3,282.
Of the total sales volume, approximately 557,500 mt was fuel oil while 101,500 mt was distillate.
A fifth of the figure was delivered at offshore terminals of Vladivostok, with the remaining within the port.
Publication date: 11 January, 2018
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