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Kirby’s Third Quarter Profit Hit by Pandemic and Hurricanes
by Mike Schuler
Thursday, October 29, 2020
Houston-based Kirby Corporation, the leading domestic tank barge operator, saw profit fall in the third quarter of 2020 compare to last year as the COVID-19 pandemic dragged down demand for petroleum products. The company reported 2020 third quarter results before the market opened on Thursday. Net earnings were $27.5 million, or $0.46 per share, on $320.6 […]




DNV GL appoints Jon Fredrik Baksaas as new chair, Lasse Kristoffersen as vice chair
by Grant Rowles
Thursday, October 29, 2020

Norwegian class giant DNV GL has appointed Jon Fredrik Baksaas as its new chair of the board, replacing Leif-Arne Langøy who is stepping down after nine years. Baksaas, the former CEO of Telenor, had previously worked at DNV GL for six years. He has also served as member of the DNV Council for 12 years. …




Active Hurricane Season Weighs on U.S. Energy Production
by Reuters
Thursday, October 29, 2020
Oct 29 (Reuters) – As crews began returning to U.S. Gulf of Mexico offshore facilities on Thursday, this year’s repeated oil and gas production halts were already hitting energy firms’ results. Eight named storms entered the U.S. Gulf of Mexico this year, most spiraling up to damaging storms that required offshore facility evacuations or temporary […]




Demand for Seaborne Trade to Remain Low for the Next 12 Months
by hellenicshippingnews..
Thursday, October 29, 2020

Shipping is being dealing with a double-edged sword lately, as it is faced with stringer environmental measures around the world, while also having to cope with a slowdown in seaborne trade, which is having an adverse effect on revenues. In fact, it is estimated that the industry’s freight rates won’t rebound for the next 12 ...

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New world of ship sale and leaseback
by hellenicshippingnews..
Thursday, October 29, 2020

Traditionally, the most common way of financing ships has been through debt and equity financing. However, over the past decade, ship leasing has become a very significant competitor and alternative for the provision of finance for the acquisition of ships. Recent market studies are expecting the global ship lease market to grow at a significant ...

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Xeneta container rates alert: carriers stand strong against pandemic storm with hike in long-term contracted rates
by hellenicshippingnews..
Thursday, October 29, 2020

It’s enough to have industry observers scratching their heads in wonder. In the face of continued economic uncertainty, a delicate geopolitical situation, and a crippling global pandemic – all with obvious widespread international trade implications – container shipping companies are seemingly managing an impossible balancing act. According to the latest Xeneta Shipping Index (XSI®) Public ...

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Oil Prices Take Another Covid Induced Nosedive Despite Record U.S. Economic Growth
by Ship Bunker
Thursday, October 29, 2020

Meanwhile, Equinor's CEO rejects $40 oil as the new normal.




Oil Prices Take Another Covid Induced Nosedive
by Ship Bunker
Thursday, October 29, 2020

But Equinor's CEO rejects $40 oil as the new normal.




Investigators Look for Cause in Dayang Topaz Accident
by Mike Schuler
Thursday, October 29, 2020
Malaysian oil and gas producer Petronas says investigations are on-going into the cause of the incident involving the offshore supply Dayang Topaz. As we reported preciously, two crew were killed and 125 jumped overboard after the vessel lost its anchor in adverse weather and made contact with an offshore platform at the Baram Field located […]




Fincantieri Partners with India’s Leading Shipbuilder
by Mike Schuler
Thursday, October 29, 2020
Italian shipbuilding group Fincantieri has landed a cooperation agreement with the leading shipbuilder in India to help modernize the country’s defense fleet. The Memorandum of Understanding with Cochin Shipyard Limited establishes a framework for cooperation in areas ranging from design, procurement and construction of new military vessels to ship repair, equipment, and training. The agreement […]




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Clipper Oil is a worldwide wholesaler of marine fuels and lubricant oils specializing in supplying vessels throughout the Pacific Ocean. Operating internationally from our headquarters in San Diego, California, USA, we serve the bunkering needs of all sectors of the marine market. This includes fishing fleets, ocean-going yachts, cruise ships, cargo ships, military/government/research vessels, and power plants.

Clipper Oil’s predecessor, Tuna Clipper Marine, was founded in 1956 by George Alameda and Lou Brito, two pioneers in the tuna fishing industry. Tuna Clipper Marine’s first supply location was in San Diego, California, USA where they serviced the local fishing fleet.

Established in 1985, Clipper Oil was formed to serve the needs of marine customers in the Western Pacific as vessels shifted their operations from San Diego. Clipper Oil has been a proven supplier of quality marine fuels, lubricants, and services to the maritime community for over 25 years, serving many ports throughout the Pacific Ocean. We maintain warehouses in Pago Pago, American Samoa; Majuro, Marshall Islands; and Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia. We also have operations in the Eastern Pacific in Balboa/Rodman, Panama and Manta, Ecuador. We supply marine vessels and service stations with fuel, lubricant oil, salt, and ammonia. We also supply our customer’s vessels with bunkers at high-seas through various high-seas fuel tankers in all areas of the Pacific Ocean.

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The Tuna Clipper Marine Pier in San Diego Bay (1980).

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Clipper Oil supplying the USCGC Kimball ex. pipeline at the fuel dock in Pago Pago, American Samoa (2020).

Throughout the years, Clipper Oil has grown from a small marine distributor in San Diego to a worldwide supplier of marine fuels and lubricants. Clipper Oil offers a broad diversity of products and services and are active buyers and suppliers of petroleum products. It is this combination that gives us the edge in market intelligence needed to develop the best possible pricing for our clients.

Our daily monitoring of both the current and future oil market enables our customers to take advantage of market pricing on an immediate basis. This enables Clipper Oil to provide the best current and long term pricing for our customers.

Clipper Oil offers the following to our customers:

  • Extensive network of refueling locations throughout the Pacific Ocean
  • Full range of marine fuels, lubricants, and associated products
  • Competitive pricing
  • Technical support

All of the products we supply meet international specifications and conform to all local regulations.

With our many years of experience in the marine sector, Clipper Oil understands the attention to detail and operational performance vessels require during each port of call.

As a proven reliable and reputable supplier of marine fuel and lubricants, we welcome the opportunity to meet your vessel's needs. Please contact us for all of your marine energy and petroleum needs.

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