Euronav picks Malaysia as eastern bunker base after 2020

A Malaysian port will be Euronav's preferred bunker hub when the shipping company's ships start bunkering new low-sulfur fuels for routes east of the Suez Canal after 2020.

Photo: PR/Euronav

Belgian tanker shipping company Euronav has signed a deal with Malaysia's Linggi Port, which will make the port Euronav's fuel base when its ships start bunkering new low-sulfur fuels on routes east of the Suez Canal after 2020, reports Reuters.

The deal between the two parties comes after Euronav has sent one of its two ultra large crude carriers, ULCC, to Kuala Linggi International Port, KLIP.

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