TOTAL Opens Up Bunker Supply in Fiji

Wednesday, May 16, 2007
TOTAL Marine Fuels has now begun supplying bunkers in Fiji, following its acquisition of the shares and business interests of Shell Fiji Limited. Total is offering ex-pipe marine gas oil (MGO) and IFO180 fuel in Fiji, thus expanding its overall bunker supply presence in the Pacific Islands, where its existing facilities include those in New Caledonia (Noumea) and French Polynesia (Tahiti).
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