Stena Oil establishes Scandinavia's largest bunkering terminal

Sweden's Stena Oil will establish Scandinavia's biggest bunker terminal with a capacity of 75,000 cubic meters in Denmark's Port of Frederikshavn. The terminal will be able to supply all types of fuel and will comply with the upcoming IMO sulfur directive, informs the company.

Denmark's Port of Frederikshavn will be home to Scandinavia's largest bunker terminal with a capacity of 75,000 cubic meters, according to a press release from the port and Sweden's Stena Oil, which will establish the new major bunkering facility.

The terminal will supply all types of fuel and will comply with the IMO's upcoming sulfur directive, writes Stena Oil.

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