About

The UK's largest independent marine fuel supplier

The Geos Group

A dedicated team of professionals specialising in marine gas oil trading, storage and distribution

Unique Supply Position

As both a trader and physical supplier of marine fuel, we manage the transportation of our own product

Strong Financial Record

The Geos Group is in a healthy financial position, with projected annual sales of over 400,000 MT

Our History

  • 2020

— Delivery of the first NaabsaMAX vessel, the Thun Blyth, which can call at niche ports

— New storage facility opens at the Port of Lowestoft


  • 2019

— Additional fuel storage added at Torry Marine Base on south side of Aberdeen Harbour


  • 2018

— Time charter of the Liz Rix begins, to transport fuel to the Isle of Wight & Jersey

— Peterhead is added as a physical supply location, delivering ex-pipe & ex-rack


  • 2017

— Long-term time charter begins of the Thun Grace chemical tanker

— Ex-rack truck loading begins in Great Yarmouth, covering the South & East


  • 2016

— Time charter of the Solent Fisher begins (then the Forth & Milford Fisher)

— Physical stock in Aberdeen is made available ex-rack to 3rd parties

— The port of Great Yarmouth is added as a physical supply location


  • 2015

— Our new 15-million litre MGO terminal at Blyth opens and operations begin

— Lerwick is added as a new location for the physical supply of marine gas oil


  • 2014

— Montrose in Scotland is added as a new physical supply location


  • 2011

— Fuel stock in Thames is made available for ex-rack collection by 3rd parties

— Broker Lindsay Blee branches off to become independent from the Geos Group


  • 2010

— The team at Head Office in Henley-on-Thames moves to Chiltern House Business Centre

— Thames storage is introduced for truck delivery in the Southeast


  • 2007

— Geos Group physical stock is now held in Heysham

— Physical marine gas oil stock is now held in Aberdeen for ex-pipe delivery


  • 2006

— Sea Tankers is launched to operate the Geos Group’s own fuel tanker


  • 2005

— The Geos Group buys Sea Bunkering, paving the way for a period of growth


  • 2001

— Maren, specialist supplier of fuel to luxury superyachts, is launched


  • 1998

— Operations move west from London to Henley-on-Thames


  • 1996

— Fuel broker firm Lindsay Blee is acquired by Sea Bunkering


  • 1994

— Barry Newton, Geos Group managing director, joins Sea Bunkering as a trader


  • 1991

— Marine fuel trader Sea Bunkering is launched in Hull with 4 members of staff


Affiliates

PICS

We have been accredited by PICS, an established contractor pre-qualification company

Tungsten

We are registered with Tungsten Network, an invoicing, invoice finance and analytics provider

Oil & Gas UK

We belong to Oil & Gas UK, the leading representative body for the UK offshore Oil and Gas sector

FPAL

We are registered with First Point Assessment, connecting Oil and Gas industry buyers and suppliers

IBIA

We are members of the International Bunker Industry Association, representing MGO suppliers and buyers