Friday, 08 September 2017 12:26

Wolverine Terminals proposes bunkering services in Prince Rupert

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Wolverine Terminals ULC today announced it is proposing to construct and operate a marine fuel delivery service for the Port of Prince Rupert that would enable cargo vessels anchored or berthed in the Port to fuel locally.  Prince Rupert is one of the only major ports in the world to not offer marine fueling services for cargo ships, a significant competitive disadvantage. Designed with the latest marine fueling technology, the fuel would be supplied via rail with the distribution being marine based. Prince Rupert’s extensive rail network access means that fuel can be sourced from anywhere at the best price available across North America.


Wolverine Terminals is conducting an environmental effects evaluation for a proposed storage location in Prince Rupert’s inner harbour, while engaging with First Nations and potential stakeholders as part of their regulatory approval application to the Prince Rupert Port Authority. In the coming months Wolverine will share further information about the roposed marine fueling service with the community, host an open house event, and seek community feedback. Should the proposed service receive its necessary regulatory approvals, the Prince Rupert Marine Fuels Service will be constructed and operational by mid-2019.


Wolverine Terminals ULC is a Calgary, Alberta-based company focused on the safe and efficient development of energy-related marine terminals at key ports in Canada and the U.S. Wolverine’s experienced team has the resources and a strong track record of building and operating safe, environmentally responsible and successful energy service businesses.


For more information about the proposed Prince Rupert Marine Fuels project visit www.wolverineterminals.com, or contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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