Fuel supplied to ships and aircraft, both domestic and foreign, consisting primarily of residual and distillate fuel oil for ships and kerosene-based jet fuel for aircraft. The term "international bunker fuels" is used to denote the consumption of fuel for international transport activities. Note: For the purposes of greenhouse gas emissions inventories, data on emissions from combustion of international bunker fuels are subtracted from national emissions totals. Historically, bunker fuels have meant only ship fuel. See Vessel bunkering.
Bunker fuel is a relatively low grade of fuel used to power most cargo ships. Prices generally move in relation to crude oil prices.
The fuel used to power a ship.
Fuel supplied to ships and aircraft in international transportation, irrespective of the flag of the carrier, consisting primarily of residual fuel oil for ships and distillate and jet fuel oils for aircraft.
Oil consumed as fuel by ships -- usually residual fuel oil but sometimes diesel.