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Petro Marine Services.

The city of St. Paul and Petro Marine Services have reached a three-year supply agreement that establishes a joint operating and marketing venture. Petro marine will supply diesel fuel on consignment to be sold by the city of St. Paul to fishing fleets operating around St. Paul Island. The fuel also will be used for city power and heating fuel. Gasoline and aviation fuels will be sold directly to the city for island consumption. 49er Transportation, which like Petro Marine is a subsidiary of Seward-based Harbor Enterprises, will deliver fuel to the island and also directly to offshore vessels unable to enter the island's harbor.
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Publication:Alaska Business Monthly
Date:Sep 1, 1991
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