Fri 31 May 2024 12:01 | Updated: Fri 31 May 2024 12:02

Delta Energy's ARA team shifts to newly launched Verde Marine

Physical supplier offering delivery of marine gasoil in the ARA region.

Verde Marine Homepage

Verde Marine Energy, which forms part of Dutch shipping group Vertom, comprises Head of Trading Joe Tierney and his experienced team at Delta Energy ARA. Pictured: The company's homepage prior to the website's launch. Image: Verde Marine Energy

Members of the ARA bunker trading team at Delta Energy are to operate under the the name Verde Marine Energy B.V. (VME) moving forwards, with the newly formed business commencing the supply of marine gasoil in the ARA region following investment from Dutch shipping firm Vertom B.V.

As part of the transition process, industry certifications and licenses have been transferred over to the new entity, and two time-chartered barges will be used on an exclusive basis to carry out deliveries.

Head of Trading, Joe Tierney, and his team will continue to work from their already established office in Rotterdam, with only a change to the entity structure.

Tierney commented: "This is a new and exciting challenge and the chance to work with another large and established shipping group will only strengthen our customer offering. In a time when the industry is changing, it is great to be part of a large but local shipping group like Vertom and we look forward to working with our clients as we navigate through what should be an interesting period of both change and growth for VME."

Bunker enquiries should be directed to the new general email address below.


Verde Marine Energy B.V. (VME)
Parklaan 26,
3016 BC, Rotterdam,
The Netherlands

KvK 50464167
VAT: NL822652402B01

Claus Bulch Klausen, CEO of Dan-Bunkering. Dan-Bunkering posts profit rise in 2023-24  

EBT climbs to $46.8m, whilst revenue dips from previous year's all-time high.

Chart showing percentage of fuel samples by ISO 8217 version, according to VPS. ISO 8217:2024 'a major step forward' | Steve Bee, VPS  

Revision of international marine fuel standard has addressed a number of the requirements associated with newer fuels, says Group Commercial Director.

Carsten Ladekjær, CEO of Glander International Bunkering. EBT down 45.8% for Glander International Bunkering  

CFO lauds 'resilience' as firm highlights decarbonization achievements over past year.

Anders Grønborg, CEO of KPI OceanConnect. KPI OceanConnect posts 59% drop in pre-tax profit  

Diminished earnings and revenue as sales volume rises by 1m tonnes.

Bunker delivery at anchorage. Bunker Holding launches carbon insetting capability  

Supplier aims to help buyers overcome the relative higher cost of alternative fuels via cost sharing.

Wärtsilä vessel design. Wärtsilä to supply Scale Gas LNG bunker vessel's cargo handling system  

New 12,500-cubic-metre supply tanker to be built by CIMC SOE.

The chemical tanker Aalborg at the Port of Barcelona. Peninsula launches B100 bunker vessel in Barcelona  

Chemical tanker Aalborg capable of supplying up to 100% bio component.

Peninsula office. Peninsula confirms maiden B30 deal in Zeebrugge  

NYK carrier refuelled with biofuel comprising 30% UCOME.

Risk chart outlining likelihood of bad bunkers Mitigating the risks of bad bunkers  

Article by Steve Bee, VPS Group Commercial Director; Dr Malcolm Cooper, VPS CEO; and Stanley George, VPS Group Science & Technical Manager.

Air Liquide and Vopak sign ammonia MoU. Air Liquide and Vopak to collaborate on ammonia project in Singapore  

MoU to develop infrastructure for ammonia import, cracking and hydrogen distribution in Asian city-state.

↑  Back to Top