Where is Bahri Oil based?
Bahri Oil is based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Its office is located on the 9th Floor at One JLT tower in Jumeirah Lakes Towers. Bahri Oil can be reached on 00971-4-3840000, by emailing [email protected], or via P.O. Box 6653, Dubai, UAE.
How much oil does one Very Large Crude-oil Carrier (VLCC) carry?
Each VLCC is capable of safely carrying approximately 2,000,000 barrels of crude oil.
How fast does a VLCC travel?
A VLCC’s normal speed is about 13 knots (nautical miles per hour) or 25 km/hr. Under certain conditions, they can achieve a speed as high as 16 knots or 30 km/hr.
Where do Bahri’s VLCCs load their cargoes?
Bahri’s VLCCs load their cargoes from all the major loading ports in the region such as Ras Tanura or Yanbu in Saudi Arabia, Sidi Kerir on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt, and from other international ports in the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean, West Africa, and other regions.
What are Bahri VLCCs most frequent discharge destinations?
Saudi Arabia, USA, Egypt, India and the Far East (Singapore, China, Taiwan, Japan and Korea).
What are Bahri VLCCs main trading routes?
Arabian Gulf/United States Gulf Coast, Arabian Gulf/Red Sea, Yanbu/Ain Sukhna, Sidi Kerir/Rotterdam, United States Gulf/East and Caribbean/East.
How big is Bahri’s VLCC fleet?
As of Q3 2019, Bahri Oil operates 42 VLCCs in addition to four Medium Ranges (MR) and one Aframax ship employed with Aramco Trading Company.