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Bunker One takes green steps towards biofuels

Bunker One tanker M/T Amak Swan will soon be offering biofuel to vessels passing the Danish straits in the Skaw and Gothenburg areas. The tanker, with a total capacity of 3500 MT, has commenced trials of using biofuel in its own engine ensuring that clients will receive a thoroughly tested quality product.
In line with Bunker Holding’s strong ambition to support shipping companies in their transition to more sustainable energy sources, Bunker One has in recent years intensified its efforts in cleaner fuels. Bunker One is currently looking to expand the offering to its physical operations around the world. The company is already working closely with clients around specific supply requirements within sustainable fuels.
“We are extremely pleased to have reached this important milestone in our sustainability journey and now have Amak Swan using biofuel. We are a strong supporter of the move to sustainable energy sources, and we have been intensifying our efforts within this important agenda for some time now. We realise that there are still many unanswered questions and uncertainties in connection with sustainable marine fuels, but we are confident that biofuel is a significant step in the right direction, aswell as a necessary step for us as the world’s largest bunker supplier,” said Christoffer Berg Lassen, CCO of Bunker Holding.
Through rigorous quality control testing, Bunker One decided to proceed with the new B30 biofuel blend which consists of a second-generation bio feedstock resulting in a lowering of Amak Swan’s well-to-wake CO2 emissions discharge by 26%.
M/T Amak Swan is owned by Uni-Tankers and operated by Bunker Holding subsidiary Bunker One.
“We want to be a driver of green innovation and to provide sustainable solutions for the shippingindustry. With our global presence and our local expertise, we see our role as a vital facilitator in the transition to more sustainable fuel types, and we hope to be able to implement solutions in other regions to meet the worldwide rise in demand for sustainable energy sources,” added Lassen.




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