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About our bunkering services

We are able to provide shipowners with significant savings through our extensive partnerships with more than 100 bunker partners, covering over 700+ ports and supply services for shipowners with IFO 180, 380, 500, 700, MGO and lubricant oil products since bunkering is a major component of vessel operating costs. In addition, we offer live bunker prices and quotations to suit all your bunker needs. Through this, shipowners are able to check oil prices at global ports in real time, receive and compare multiple quotes, as well as choose the best payment terms. They will then be able to choose the best supplier for their needs. This new online transactional model is more efficient and convenient for shipowners compared to the old traditional model.

Our Authorized Service Providers are screened using Marine Online’s stringent standards, so rest assured that our Authorized Service Providers will provide a high quality of service at affordable rates.

News about Bunkering
FOBAS detected low flash points in marine fuels
In Falmouth, Southwest England, marine fuel oil samples ordered as ISO-F-DMA grades recently tested by FOBAS were classed as off specification for their 58-59°C results. In accordance to a SOLAS’ 1981-issued mandate, a 60°C flash point is the minimum for marine fuels. Therefore no test tolerance range applies to the limit of 60°C which is considered as absolute.
Rising COVID-19 infections slam brakes on rising oil prices
China’s lockdown involving 28 million people from the returned surge in COVID-19 cases sent oil prices plummeting, casting doubts on market recovery. Brent crude fell $0.45, or nearly 1 per cent, to $54.65 a barrel, after a recent 2.3 per cent drop. U.S. oil was down by $0.43 cents, also nearly 1 per cent, at $51.93 a barrel, having declined 2.3 per cent in the previous trading session.
Grim tanker shipping performance expected till second half of 2021
Late 2020, hopes were high for a tanker market recovery in 2021 supported by projections of a shift in US Foreign Policy, plus a rush of COVID-19 vaccines. Veteran shipbroker, Gibson, said: “… 2021 will bring further change.