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Oman’s O Bunkering has signed an agreement with Marsa Al Duqm Investments (MARSA), a subsidiary of Fisheries Development Oman (FDO), to supply marine fuel to ships and fishing boats at Duqm Fishing Port.

The agreement covers physical supply and the operation of a bunkering station at Duqm.

Duqm Fishing Port is the largest fishing port in the Sultanate and O Bunkering highlighted its strategic location which could attract vessels operating in the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. 

Ali Amur Al-Shaibani, CEO of O Bunkering, described the new agreement as ‘a significant success and a big step for the company’ and noted that the project will contribute to achieving Oman Vision 2040, which is the Sultanate’s strategy to foster economic competitiveness and social well-being, and stimulate growth.

He commented: ‘Our team is proud of our dynamic and innovative approach to business, in which we provide the highest levels of professionalism and customer service to ensure that our customers receive the best possible experience.

‘We are committed to providing competitive prices and high-quality products to our customers, both locally and internationally.’

Petrospot is organising the inaugural Oman Shipping Forum which will take place on 2-5 October in Muscat and will showcase the Sultanate’s port, shipping and bunkering infrastructure. Please contact Lesley Bankes-Hughes for further information - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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