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Delegates at the St Petersburg forum World Bunkering Autumn 2010 63 and foreign vessels in Russian ports and the Asia- Pacific region, and to Okhotsk and Bering Marine Geology Engineering companies. Forty percent of liquid fuel supplies for the Far East are transhipped there. The administrations of Magadanskaya region and Kamchatsky Kray are also clients of Vostokbunker. Vostokbunker produces VB marine fuel ( company's own trade mark) and F- 5 bunker oil. Bergen- Tank delivered to customer Nevsky Shipbuilding and Shiprepairing Factory has delivered a second 850 dwt coastal bunkering tanker to Haugland Tankers AS, a subsidiary of Bergen tankers AS, Norway. The vessel, Bergen- Tank, is a sister to Oslo- Tank, delivered in November last year, and will operate in the port of Bergen. The 750 cu m tanker is intended for the transportation and delivery of light and heavy oil products with flash point above 60° C. The vessel was designed by Skipskonsulent AS, Bergen, Norway. Bureau Veritas supervised construction. It is 47.85 metres long and 10 metres wide, with a hull height of 4 metres and draught of 2.85 metres. The vessel has a service speed of 8 nautical knots, and a main engine capacity of 2x500 kW from two high- speed Mitsubishi motors. The main motors are connected to variable pitch propellers, diameter 1.4 metres, via flexible coupling and reduction gearing. The lateral thruster has a capacity of 200 kW with a fixed pitch propeller. The vessel's power plants comprise two shaft generators of 450 kW each, and a 50 kW diesel- generator for use in harbour. Lukoil Murmansk to modernise single- hull tanker Lukoil- Bunker's Murmansk branch has bought the SH tanker Desna for reconstruction into a double- hull vessel. The Desna has been on charter to Lukoil from MASKO Company for the last year. Reconstruction will be carried out by Kanonersky Ship- Repairing Company, St Petersburg. The tanker is expected to start operations in Murmansk in December 2010. PORT NEWS St Petersburg berths for Nevsky Mazut Nevsky Mazut has acquired a six- hectare site previously operated by Interferrum Metal stevedoring company from Sovfraht- Sovmortrans in Petersburg port. The facility specialises in cargo handling opera-tions, including hazardous cargos. At present, activity at the berths