The interview made by the Port of Ceuta about bunkering appears on pages 38-39.
IMO – Ceuta- Bunkerspot
COVID19 Guidelines on the progressive restoration of transport services and connectivity
Amidst the wave of negative news caused by the COVID-19, some positive ones can bring hope. Before the beginning of the quarantine in Spain, in mid-march, the port authority of Ceuta and the Red Cross signed an agreement allowing this humanitarian institution to use port facilities for the next 10 years. The Red Cross will […]
The Spabunker Sixty, operated by Cepsa, is expected to meet demand from 40-50 more vessels each month. The Spabunker Sixty, constructed at the Unión Valencia Naval Shipyard, entered service in 2008 and is a double-hulled barge with a capacity for 2,300 metric tonnes (mt) of fuel oil and 700 mt of marine diesel oil (MDO). The vessel […]
The Worldwide Network of Port Cities (AIVP) has gained a new member following last year’s move by members to sign the 10 sustainable commitments that make up its Agenda 2030. Spain’s Port Authority of Ceuta recently confirmed its membership and commitment to Agenda 2030, which aims to implement major environmental changes to achieve sustainability in […]
The port of Ceuta is one of the most important ports in the Mediterranean; it is a leading port for cargo movement, bunkering, bulk liquids, passengers and vehicles from Spain. Ceuta enjoys a privileged location on the Straits of Gibraltar. It offers tax benefits, and the port has well consolidated experience in passenger and cargo […]
The Spanish Port of Ceuta is ready to deliver IMO 2020-compliant marine fuel after completing its first very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO) bunkering operation on November 7. Oil tanker Ridgebury Colette B delivered first VLSFO for the port at the Poniente quay on November 1. Later in the day, tanker Sti Fulham delivered further […]