Sri Lankan port launches wholesale bunker supply service
Sinopec Fuel Oil Lanka sells its first cargo to local bunker supplier Lanka Marine Services with the fuel supplied to a suezmax tanker en route to the Suez Canal
The Sinopec unit imported 25,000 tonnes of very low sulphur fuel oil into Sri Lanka in April 2020, but the distribution was stalled by the coronavirus pandemic
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CMPort says the deal will help it optimise assets and corporate governance structure while at the same time maintaining its control of HIPG
Saliya Wickramasuriya, senior adviser to the HIPG chief executive, tells Lloyd’s List that the port is also looking to bring in foreign investment in new refineries to produce compliant fuel in the run-up to the 2020 sulphur rules
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