Oleum Enters West Africa as Physical Bunker Supplier

MarineLink.com
Friday, December 20, 2013

Oleum DWC-LLC is a new physical supplier focussing on supply of marine fuel and gas-oil offshore the West African coastline.
 


Supply areas will be:
Western String: Supplies offshore Abidjan – Lagos range
Southern String: Supplies offshore Nigeria – Walvis Bay range
 


All products; 380 cst, 180 cst and MGO are meeting full ISO:2010 specifications.



“We will be operating a 'one-stop-shop' and we have full control of the entire supply chain. Oleum will control every aspect of the operation, from the sourcing and loading of our cargo to the actual delivery to the end user. Cargo is directly sourced from oil majors and transported in Major vetted tonnage to ensure that the quality will never be compromised,” said Managing Director Allan Frost.



At Oleum, we strongly believe in the concept of having full control of the supply chain, and we believe that there is a demand for a different approach to the West African physical supply market.



Oleum is jointly founded by Dan-Bunkering and Endofa but will be operated as a fully independent entity.  

 

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