New marine gas oil facility

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Certas Energy has announced a new facility supplying marine gas oil MGO <0.1% sulphur DMA grade at Port of Tyne in North Shields.
The facility, which comprises of a new pipeline as well as fuel storage facilities, opened on 10th June 2014. It also offers an ex-pipe facility, a convenient service for large ships, as well as providing MGO across the North East region by truck.
Gary Byers, head of marine, said: “Our decision to expand our services with this new facility demonstrates our continued commitment to delivering a cost effective service for our customers. We are continually developing our portfolio and this is the latest expansion in the North East.
“We have forged strong relationships with UK refineries to meet the pricing and quality demands of the shipping industry and our growing depot network will ensure customers can access our products across the UK.”
Port of Tyne is the latest addition to the company’s portfolio, which is expanding across the UK. The network features depots in many major UK ports, including the Isle of Wight, Isle of Man, Orkney, Southampton and Shetland Islands. It also has an ex-pipe facility at Aberdeen, barging on the Thames, the recent IFO facility in Dundee, a pipe fed marine bunker facility in Oban as well as an excellent nationwide delivery infrastructure.
The new pipeline will offer local and international customers MGO <0.1% sulphur DMA grade, which has the cold filter plugging point (CFPP) guaranteed.
Designed to offer complete flexibility for customers, there is no minimum or maximum fuel quantity and orders can be made in cubes or metric tonnes and paid for in US dollars, Pound Sterling and Euros.