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Penang (5°N 100°E)

The Port of Penang is located on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia by the Strait of Malacca. There are four terminals in Penang, with one on Penang Island (Swettenham Pier) and three on the mainland. The Port of Penang plays a leading role in the nation's shipping industry, linking Penang to more than 200 ports worldwide. The Swettenham Pier Port also accommodates cruise ships and on occasions, warships.

Clipper Oil can supply bunkers and bunker fuel in Penang, Malaysia. 

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The ports of Brunei, Labuan, Klang, and Penang are some of the busiest ports in the country. Located in the two split regions of Malaysia, these seaports host a ride array of maritime activities in the South China Sea. Clipper Oil supplies only the finest fuel in Malaysia. As an international supplier of marine fuels and lubricant oils, we take care of all the bunkering needs of our customers wherever they may be in the Pacific. We provide the best quality products to operators of fishing boats, ocean-going yachts, cruise ships, cargo ships, military/government/research vessels, and power plants. Our fuels and lubes come from trusted brands such as ExxonMobil, Shell and other independent firms. Aside from marine fuels and lubricants, Clipper Oil also stores and distributes Intermediate Fuel Oil (IFO), Marine Gas Oil (MGO), Automotive Diesel Fuel, Unleaded Gasoline, Kerosene, Jet Fuel, AV Gas 100LL, Heavy Crushed Coarse Salt and Anhydrous Ammonia. Clipper Oil is committed to giving its clients high-quality and immediately accessible oil with established hubs in Asia, Australia, the Pacific Islands, South America and the United States. All of our port locations are open and eager to serve your needs.

Clipper Oil can supply bunkers and bunker fuel in Malaysia. 

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