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Suez - Bunkering

Supplier(s) : Copetrole , Misr Petroleum , ExxonMobil , Caltex
Bunker Notice : 24 hrs
Bunker Quantity : 200 
Bunker Surveyor : Surveyor. SGS
Barge Fixed Charge : 100 usd for qt less than 50 mt
Barge Capacity : 500 – 1500 mt
Barge Availability : Approximately sixteen barges available
Barge Pump Capacity : 300 – 500 tph. See remarks for further details.
   
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Leth Agencies Contact : Richard & Jacob +4723115500
Bunker delivery will be arranged by barge, normally at A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, and deep draft anchorage, V-area (weather permitting).

The barges use approximately 2hrs travel time (weather permitting) from the refinery out to the v anchorage. LPG vessels, laden/not gas free, and vessels laden with dangerous caro will be assigned to v anchorage for delivery of bunkers. Travel time by launch boat is approximatley 1hrs-1,5hrs (weather permitting). Travel time for launch boat from port Suez out to A-H anchorage will take approximately 30 minutes.

Vessels not scheduled to transit the Suez Canal can also stem and lift bunkers in port Suez. Please be guided that vessels only lifting bunkers and not transiting the Suez Canal will be required to have an agent to coordinate all formalities (i.e.issuing bunker clearances/coordinating delivery time, and place with physical supplier etc).

Products available in port Suez:
- IFO 380
- IFO 180
- MGO

Cancellation fee depends on agreement with physical supplier.

For updated bunker barge information (bunker barge names/barge capacities), please visit: Bunker Barges

Barge Pump Capacity: 200mt/hrs-500mt/hrs depending on the size and location of the manifold. Generally, the pumping capacity increase when the vessel is laden due to shorter distance from the barge to the manifold. Vice versa, the pumping capacity decrease when the vessel is in ballast condition.