Iran to offer bunker service

Mar 25, 1997 01:00 AM

Mar. 5, 1997 Iran has plans to offer an oil bunkering service to foreign shippers at Kharg Island and other Iranian ports.
Iran currently has no bunkering services for foreign ships which use bunker facilities in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. The National Iranian Tanker Company (NITC), in a joint venture with an Iranian fuel distributor for the bunkering project, will aim to attract shippers using ports in Kuwait, Iraq, Iran and Saudi Arabia. Storage tanks would be allocated at Kharg to enable bunkering operations and a bunkering ship would also be used. Kharg Island would offer bunker fuel from Iran's leading Abadan oil refinery while southern ports would use bunkers from the new Bandar Abbas refinery which is due onstream this year.

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