LUKOIL-Bulgaria Bunker sends its bunkering tanker Bellona to Varna for scheduled dock repairs
LUKOIL-Bulgaria Bunker (100% subsidiary of PAO LUKOIL) says it has sent its bunkering tanker Bellona (flag of Russia) of 3,400 tonnes in capacity for a scheduled dock repair. According to the company’s statement, the works at Dolphin shipyard in Varna (Bulgaria) are to be completed in December 2019.
Upon completion of repairs, the ship will obtain a classification certificate from Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS). The company also operates bunkering tankers Navi and Neftyanik-1.
LUKOIL-Bulgaria Bunker started operating bunkering tanker Bellona at the port of Constanta (Romania) in June 2018. The Bellona tanker is deployed for bunkering vessels with IFO-380, IFO-180 and diesel fuel.
LUKOIL-Bulgaria Bunker provides bunkering services at Rousse, Vidin, Silistra and Lom (Danube river ports in Bulgaria); Bourgas, oil district Rosenets and Varna (Bulgaria); Constanta and Midia (Romania); Kladovo (Serbia) and at the 61-mile stretch of the Danube.
LUKOIL-BUNKER is a subsidiary of LUKOIL, Russia's largest oil company. The Company specializes primarily in the supply of marine fuel at sea and river ports of the Russian Federation, Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia.
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