Bunkers - An Analysis of the Practical, Technical and Legal Issues, Third Edition 2004
The world’s best known and most authoritative book on marine fuels, Bunkers is a must for maritime lawyers, marine engineers, insurers, shipping and bunkering companies, fuel purchasers and charterers – in fact anyone involved in handling bunker fuels or dealing with expensive claims.
Covering almost every aspect of bunkering in a concise, detailed but easy-to-read format, it offers almost 400 pages of highly-accessible text, charts, diagrams and graphs which make it the most comprehensive training tool for readers at any level of expertise and knowledge of bunkering.
Technical and operations staff will find useful procedures and practical advice to improve onboard handling and treatment and avoid costly engine damage, while law firms, arbitrators and P&I clubs will find concise information to assist them with bunker claims and disputes.
Bunkers is regularly cited in law courts and arbitration hearings in London, New York and other jurisdictions and is regarded by many of the world’s leading maritime lawyers as the definitive reference source on the industry.
Special Note: Every student attending the Oxford Bunker Course will receive a free, signed copy of this book to help further their studies and knowledge of the industry.