Port Directory

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Busan (Coordinates: 35° 06′ 10.01″ N 129° 02′ 25.01″ E)

The Port of Busan is located at the mouth of the Naktong River in South Korea.
The Busan Port has four fully equi0000pped modern ports
North Port, South Port, Gamcheon Port and Dadaepo Port
an international passenger terminal and six container terminals

Singapore (Coordinates: 1.264°N 103.840°E)

Singapore is the world’s largest and most important bunkering port.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) requires companies to possess a valid licence for bunkering activities.
Singapore continuously strives to remain a trusted and reliable bunkering hub, and the MPA
actively works in close partnership with the industry and stakeholders to enhance
bunkering standards and services.

Fujairah (Coordinates: 25.1288° N, 56.3265° E)

Fujairah is home to one of the world’s three largest bunkering hubs and bunker fuels
are stored mainly at the liquid bulk storage terminals, after which they are supplied
by dedicated bunker barges to the Fujairah Offshore Anchorage Area (FOAA).
The Port of Fujairah is strategically located on the East coast of UAE, in the midst of
shipping lines between East and West, making it one of the Emirate’s vital facilities.

Rotterdam (Coordinates: 51.8850°N 4.2867°E)

The port of Rotterdam is Europe’s largest bunkering port, as well as one of
the top three bunkering ports worldwide. Every imaginable fuel can be obtained
in huge quantities, including LNG Bunkering. In addition to bunkering at a terminal,
it is also possible to bunker at one of the special public transhipment facilities.
The Port Authority ensures that the bunker fuel is transferred safely and correctly
via a bunkering checklist that helps suppliers to choose the right approach.

Houston (Coordinates: 29.7300° N, 95.2724° W)

The Port of Houston is one of the world’s largest ports and serves the
metropolitan area of Houston, Texas, which is one of the world’s largest
fuel oil trading markets where all fuel grades can be purchased.
In addition, the Houston ‘hub’ also covers bunker operations which
take place at Bolivar Roads Anchorage, at the entrance to Galveston Bay.