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Washington State is located in the Pacific Northwest region and has around 3,000 miles of Pacific coastline. Commercial fishing in Washington focuses on various species of fish ranging from Salmon to Herring and Albacore Tuna.

The ports of Seattle and Tacoma are two of the major seaports in Washington and are home to cargo terminals, major cruise lines, superyachts, and pleasure crafts. When combined together, the two ports are the third-largest cargo gateway in the United States.

Clipper Oil recognizes that operators of fishing boats, ocean-going yachts, cruise ships, cargo ships, military/government/research vessels and power plants need a reliable supplier of marine fuels and lubricant oils, and that’s where we come in.

Clipper Oil’s product line of fuel products includes Marine Gas Oil (MGO), Very Low Sulphur Fuel Oil (VLSFO 0.5%S max), Intermediate Fuel Oil (IFO), and more. We are US Coast Guard Certified to pump fuel over the water in Washington and across the USA. Aside from fuels, we proudly supply major branded and unbranded lubricant oils at all major ports throughout Washington.

Clipper Oil has established key supply hubs throughout the Pacific Ocean to serve the fuel and lubricant oil needs of our customers. All of our port locations are open and eager to serve your needs with the most competitive prices and top-tier customer service.

For specific details regarding supply capabilities in all of Washington’s major ports, please visit the individual port pages above or contact Clipper Oil today.

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The United States has over 7,500 miles of Pacific Ocean coastline spread out across 5 different states. California, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, and Alaska all play major roles in the USA’s maritime industry. Shipping containers to and from the West Coast is extremely popular as many ports are considered major gateways for trade with Asia, Oceania, and the rest of the world.

The Port of Los Angeles and Long Beach are the first- and second-busiest container ports in the United States. Following closely are the ports of Seattle-Tacoma and Oakland, which each respectively serve as major hubs for their regions.

Clipper Oil recognizes that operators of fishing boats, ocean-going yachts, cruise ships, cargo ships, military/government/research vessels and power plants need a reliable supplier of marine fuels and lubricant oils, and that’s where we come in.

Clipper Oil’s product line of fuel products includes Marine Gas Oil (MGO), Very Low Sulphur Fuel Oil (VLSFO 0.5%S max), Intermediate Fuel Oil (IFO), and more. We are US Coast Guard Certified to pump fuel over the water in the USA. Aside from fuels, we proudly supply major branded and unbranded lubricant oils at all major ports throughout the USA.

Clipper Oil has established key supply hubs throughout the Pacific Ocean to serve the fuel and lubricant oil needs of our customers. All of our port locations are open and eager to serve your needs with the most competitive prices and top-tier customer service.

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