Did the bunker market grow last year? Bunker Holding says no

Did volumes increase on last year’s bunker market? Bunker Holding, the world’s largest bunker supplier, says no. But numbers provided by Blue Insight and Ship & Bunker say yes.

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It isn’t easy to get an accurate picture of global volume developments in bunker fuels.

Bunker Holding, the world’s largest bunker supplier, holds that the bunker market shrank in 2021 compared to the previous year. But competitors, as well as consultancy Blue Insight, conversely state volumes grew between 2 and 3.5%.

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