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bunk, bunker

large storage bin.

bunk forage
forage, usually ensilage stored in a large storage bunk and made available to cattle or other livestock along a face of the storage.
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The bunker standard will also be crucial in promoting the sustainable growth of the bunkering industry, which plays a very important role in the national economy," he added.
However instead of CPC being vested with the bunkering business, the owner of the tank farm- Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) was given the control of the storage facility, which was converted into a common user facility.
Omar Qatan, CEO, OOMC, says the collaboration with Matrix Marine will bring in knowledge, experience and expertise in establishing the bunkering services.
The challenge of the tee shot is increased dramatically by added fairway bunkering, left at 267 yards and right at 307 yards.
Over the past three decades, Singapore has established herself as the world's top bunkering port.
On the agenda were the operational and regulatory aspects of the Port of Gibraltar's bunkering setup and new technology and procedures recently introduced in Singapore.
These ships are intended to be operated from Zeebrugges small LNG terminal for the development of a market for the LNG bunkering business segment.
Singapore's bunker sales volumes are projected to increase substantially with the use of mass flow meters during bunkering operations from 2017, but not before volumes dip in the short term.
Raya International Bhd and Tumpuan Megah Development Sdn Bhd has formed a partnership to collaboratively search and launch the business of bunkering services for petroleum-based products.
Skangass has received an approval for establishing a permanent bunkering solution for Fjord Line's ferries, Managing Director in Skangass Tor Morten Osmundsen quoted as saying.
The Maritime Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) might grant over one licence for bunkering liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the coming 2 years.