Geos Group takes over Phillips 66’ marine gas oil deliveries at Blyth

The Port of Blyth where Philips 66 has handed over road tanker deliveries of marine gas oil to the Geos Group
As Phillips 66 steps back from end-user sales in the UK locations where it stores physical stock of marine gas oil, the Geos Group (Sea Bunkering) has taken over the company’s road tanker delivery at the Port of Blyth in the north east of England
The Geos Group (Sea Bunkering) owns and operates the 15 million-litre marine gas oil facility in Blyth; it already manages ex-pipe operations there, and also provides road transport delivery services from other UK ports including Aberdeen and Great Yarmouth.
The company’s resources and expertise have therefore ensured that the handover from Phillips 66 of road tanker deliveries at Blyth has been very straightforward.
“This new development at Blyth is a good step forward for our business”, said Adrian Proctor, commercial director of The Geos Group (Sea Bunkering).
“This is in step with our overall strategy of being in control of our supply chain from refinery to vessel. Managing our own fuel storage tanks, ex-pipe operations, sea tanker movements and road transport logistics puts us firmly in control of our inventory and the level of service we offer – and ultimately gives us a competitive advantage over other marine gas oil suppliers.”
The Geos Group (Sea Bunkering) is a physical supplier and international trader of marine gas oil, with stock in Aberdeen, Blyth, Great Yarmouth, Peterhead, Montrose, Heysham, Lerwick and Scalloway. From these locations the company can deliver fuel to anywhere around the UK coastline.