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Current bunker prices Last Updated: 21:05 (GMT) - 28 May 2020

PORTS 380cSt 180cSt VLS FO MGO LS
Rotterdam 190 ↓ (-8) 230 ↓ (-20) 266 ↓ (-17)
Singapore 201 ↓ (-8) 277 ↓ (-5) 296 ↓ (-9)
Fujairah 195 ↑ (+7) 295 ↑ (+1) 380 ↑ (+4)
Copenhagen 193 ↓ (-5) 253 ↓ (-15) 298 ↓ (-8)
Gothenburg 190 ↓ (-5) 250 ↓ (-15) 295 ↓ (-8)
St. Petersburg 160 ↑ (+5) 220 ↓ (-5) 260 ↓ (-7)
Tallinn 203 ↓ (-8) 243 ↓ (-20) 325 ↓ (-8)
Gibraltar 220 ↓ (-8) 281 ↑ (+1) 320 ↓ (-5)
Pireaus 230 ↓ (-14) 275 ↓ (-12) 300 ↑ (+3)
Istanbul 265 → (+0) 315 → (+0)
Houston 192 ↓ (-10) 245 ↓ (-10) 292 ↓ (-18)
Panama Canal 245 → (+0) 265 → (+0) 325 ↓ (-5)
Santos 249 ↓ (-19) 249 ↓ (-19) 404 ↑ (+4)
Buenos Aires 305 → (+0) 480 → (+0)
Hamburg 185 ↓ (-15) 240 ↓ (-10) 290 ↓ (-15)
Riga 202 ↓ (-5) 241 ↓ (-20) 329 ↓ (-8)
Suape(XB)
Antwerpen 192 ↓ (-8) 232 ↓ (-20) 268 ↓ (-17)
New York 205 ↓ (-20) 286 ↑ (+1) 323 ↓ (-5)
Philadelphia 208 ↓ (-20) 291 ↑ (+1) 328 ↓ (-5)
Hong Kong 231 ↑ (+6) 292 ↑ (+5) 307 ↑ (+5)
Genoa 205 ↓ (-48) 281 ↓ (-10) 341 ↓ (-7)
Augusta 213 ↓ (-48) 278 ↓ (-4) 338 ↑ (+9)
Rio de Janeiro 274 ↓ (-19) 274 ↓ (-19) 374 ↑ (+4)
Bremerhaven 182 ↓ (-15) 255 ↓ (-10) 315 ↓ (-15)
Paranagua 279 ↓ (-19) 279 ↓ (-19) 437 ↑ (+4)
Rio Grande 279 ↓ (-19) 279 ↓ (-19) 438 ↑ (+4)
Recife
Salvador 287 ↓ (-19) 287 ↓ (-19) 419 ↑ (+4)
Fortaleza 265 ↓ (-19) 265 ↓ (-19) 427 ↑ (+4)
Fremantle 440 → (+0) 480 → (+0)
Belem 308 ↓ (-19) 308 ↓ (-19) 451 ↑ (+4)
Tubarao 274 ↓ (-19) 274 ↓ (-19) 427 ↑ (+4)
Curacao 539 ↓ (-5) 582 ↓ (-7)
New Orleans 227 ↓ (-8) 270 ↑ (+10) 290 ↑ (+10)
Manaus 288 ↓ (-19) 288 ↓ (-19) 415 ↑ (+4)
Niteroi 274 ↓ (-19) 274 ↓ (-19) 374 ↑ (+4)
Praia Mole 274 ↓ (-19) 274 ↓ (-19) 427 ↑ (+57)
Suape(XP)
Vila do Conde 308 ↓ (-19) 308 ↓ (-19) 451 ↑ (+4)
Vitoria 274 ↓ (-19) 274 ↓ (-19) 427 ↑ (+4)
Itaqui (XP) 311 ↓ (-19) 311 ↓ (-19) 445 ↑ (+4)
Miami 244 ↓ (-10) 351 ↓ (-18)

Maximum Size

Vessel Requirements

Physical Parameters of Vessels
Tankers to be accepted by Statia Terminals must:

a) Comply with the following dimensions at SPM:

Maximum size is 520,000 summer deadweight tons, measured in long tons. Vessels remeasured down from a deadweight in excess of 520,000 tons are not acceptable and will not be berthed. Maximum length overall is 1360 feet (415 m), maximum draft is 94 feet (28.7 m) and maximum bow to manifold distance is 680 feet (207 m).
b) Comply with the following dimensions at Floating Hose Stations:

West Berth
Maximum size is 40,000 summer deadweight tons, measured in long tons. Vessels remeasured down from a deadweight in excess of 40,000 tons are not acceptable and will not be berthed. Maximum length overall is 700 feet (213.3 m), maximum draft is 39 feet (14.3 m) and maximum bow to manifold distance is 150 feet (45.7 m).

East Berth
Maximum size is 10,500 summer deadweight tons, measured in long tons. Vessels remeasured down from a deadweight in excess of 10,500 tons are not acceptable and will not be berthed. Maximum length overall is 350 feet (106.7 m), maximum draft is 30 feet (9.1 m) and maximum bow to manifold distance is 175 feet (53.3 m).
c) Comply with the following dimensions at Finger Jetty:

North Berth
Maximum size is 100,000 summer deadweight tons, measured in long tons. Vessels remeasured down from a deadweight in excess of 100,000 tons are not acceptable and will not be berthed. Maximum length overall is 792 feet (241 m), maximum draft is 55 feet (16.2 m) and maximum bow to manifold distance is 396 feet (120.7 m).

South Berth
Maximum size is 175,000 summer deadweight tons, measured in long tons. Vessels remeasured down from a deadweight in excess of 175,000 tons are not acceptable and will not be berthed. Maximum length overall is 906 feet (276.2 m), maximum draft is 55 feet (16.2 m) and maximum bow to manifold distance is 453 feet (138 m).
d) Have oil transfer equipment that conforms to the technical recommendations of the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) "Standard for Tanker Manifolds and Associated Equipment."
e) Be equipped with shipboard mooring fittings installed and located for safe and effective mooring to as SPM or FHS and in compliance with the OCIMF "Recommendations for Equipment Employed in the Mooring of Ships at Single Point Moorings" (Third Edition, 1993 or current version), ISGOTT (Section 3.6).
g) At the SPM the vessel shall be equipped with an operational derrick, located near the cargo manifold for hose handling, capable of lifting and sustaining a safe working load of 15 tons to a height of 45 feet (13.7 m) above deck level. (ULCCs should have a 20-ton crane because of the extra hose weight due to their greater freeboard.)

At the FHS#2, the vessel shall be equipped with an operational derrick or other lifting devices located near the cargo manifold for hose handling of 12" diameter hoses.
h) Have serviceable pumping equipment.
i) Be capable of delivering a cargo size or quantity that is in accordance with Statia Terminals Terms and Conditions of Service.
j) Have an operating inert gas system capable of introducing inert gas at the ships manifold.