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Gasoil Availability Expands on Gulf Coast

July 9, 2015

MGO and ECA products are available in volume throughout the Gulf Coast.
 
Atlantic Gulf Bunkering LLC, a division of Bunkers International LLC, announced today that the company has expanded availability of both MGO and ECA product that meets the 2015 ECA specification of 0.1% (1,000 ppm) maximum sulfur. The company has expanded its owned barging capacity, storage and third-party trucking availability.
 
“We are seeing great demand for MGO and ECA products,” said John Canal, CEO of Bunkers International Corp., “With the 2015 regulatory changes, demand has surged, and we have scaled up our operation to meet that demand. We have strong blending capability and we are able to make these low-sulphur fuels in volume.”
 
The ECA product being offered by Atlantic Gulf Bunkering is a fuel oil product that has a low pour point, high flash point, low metals and viscosity similar to IFO 30. Due to its unique quality, it can be used in slow, medium and high speed marine engines used in the marine transport trade.
 
The company offers these fuels in Mobile, Gulfport, Pascagoula, Biloxi, Panama City and surrounding areas via barge and truck and throughout Florida, Georgia, and Texas via truck.
 
“We have three clean product barges, which helps us to not be blocked out by lack of capacity,” said Kirk Callais, Sales Manager for Atlantic Gulf Bunkering. “We also keep adequate inventory on hand to handle our regular customers, customers needing larger volumes, and spot business that may need to be done in a short timeframe. Our truck deliveries can be done quickly as well.”
 
The company also offers a full range of marine fuel products including a full complement of IFO products ranging from 30CST to 380CST, MGO, MDO, Low-Sulphur MGO, and custom fuel blends. The company supplies by barge and truck and also sells and provide cargoes to interested parties.
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