Scomi Marine to Operate Tankers in Vietnam

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Scomi Marine plans to jointly operate five clean product tankers with its Vietnamese partner over the next three years as part of the company’s strategy to increase the revenue contribution of its offshore support services arm, reports said.
Scomi Marine has a 20% stake in Southern Petroleum Transportation Joint Stock Company (PV Trans Petro), the prospective main clean petrol product transporter for PetroVietnam’s proposed refineries.

 

 Source:  Edge Daily

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