TFG Marine Concludes Biofuel Bunkering at Port of Singapore

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TFG Marine Biofuel Bunkering in Singapore Port

In a significant move towards sustainable marine operations, TFG Marine has successfully concluded a biofuel bunkering operation at the Port of Singapore. This accomplishment marks a pivotal step in the company’s commitment to reducing fossil fuel consumption and lifecycle emissions in the shipping industry.

TFG Marine, a leading international marine fuel supply and procurement joint venture, supplied a B24 FAME biofuel blend to the KSL Sakura, a prominent dry bulk shipping vessel operated by SwissMarine Pte. Ltd. The biofuel, derived from waste oil feedstock, is certified as a lower-carbon alternative, aligning with global efforts to mitigate the environmental impact of maritime activities.

The delivered biofuel blend is not only designed to decrease carbon footprints but also adheres to stringent environmental standards by being low in sulphur. This characteristic reduces ash and emissions, contributing to improved air quality and sustainability in shipping operations.

TFG Marine’s successful biofuel bunkering operation underscores the company’s dedication to advancing sustainable practices in the bunkering industry. The initiative is part of TFG Marine’s broader strategy to offer modern, simplified, and transparent services that promote eco-friendly alternatives throughout the bunkering process.

About TFG Marine

As a joint venture between Trafigura Group Pte, Frontline Ltd, and Golden Ocean Group Ltd, TFG Marine plays a key role in supplying over 10 million metric tonnes of marine fuels annually across 35 strategic bunkering hub locations worldwide. The company’s ongoing commitment to biofuel adoption aligns with industry-wide efforts to transition towards greener and more environmentally friendly shipping practices.

For further information on TFG Marine’s global biofuels offer connect with TFG Marine team. TFG Marine continues to lead the way in shaping a more sustainable future for maritime operations, exemplifying the successful integration of biofuels into mainstream bunkering practices.

Source TFG Marine