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Bunker Oil Stock Increase at Baltic Sea Entrance Port

December 12, 2013

Frederikshavn: Photo CCL

Frederikshavn: Photo CCL

Frederikshavn Harbour and Nordic Marine Oil have entered a strategic agreement to establish a tank farm at the port of Frederikshavn with at least 20,000 cubic meters with the possibility of further extension.

The tank system to be used as storage of fuel for ships in the port of Frederikshavn and the ships passing by in the Kattegat, and will be ready in the 2nd half of 2014.

"Nordic Marine Oil has a goal to establish itself further in the bunker market around the entrance to the Baltic region. Frederikshavn Harbor is extremely well located geographically and will be the focal point for supplies of petroleum products to vessels in and outside the harbor. At the same time Frederikshavns optimal location as a transit warehouse for our storage facilities along the Danish west coast," says CEO of Nordic Marine Oil A / S Steen Møller.

Source: Port of Frederikshavn/Maritime Denmark

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