Over the Water Fueling/Vessel Bunkering

We serve Naval ships, Coast Guard vessels, Tugboat/Towboats, Dredges, Barges, Sail boats, Luxury yachts and Mega yachts, Harbor Cruise ships, Fishing Boat/crab fleets and Environmental/Research vessels. We supply all marine diesel fuel types with flash ratings starting at 140 degrees or higher. We are also certified to deliver lubricants and other products to your vessel as well.

Ramos Oil is certified for over the water bunkering by the U.S. Coast Guard, Fish and Game, MSRC (Marine Spill Response Corp) and the State Lands Commission. We provide All Spill containment in a separate truck with our own PIC to oversee every delivery. The safety of our engineers, your staff, and the environment are what drive our excellence!

Contact us to find out more about our fueling and lubricant services.

Dedication to Safety and Compliance

At Ramos Oil Company, we uphold safety as one of our main concerns. It is our goal to ensure a safe working environment at all times and to maintain a consistent training program for all workers, new and old. Through regular tailgate meetings, safety committees and inspections, we aspire to make our workplace as safe as possible for all of our employees.

We feel that to be successful in our goals, safety must be viewed as a team effort. The participation of every employee is needed for us to be the best.

It is our commitment to encourage all employees to practice good safety habits, to follow all appropriate procedures, and to know the importance of keeping aware of surroundings. As a team player, each employee assists in keeping our workplace safe.

Following proper procedures, lifting correctly, keeping aware and alert, cleaning up clutter and alerting a supervisor of a potential safety hazard are just some of the components to keeping our workplace safe and reducing the risk of accidents to everyone involved.


  1. Always remain alert, aware and informed;
  2. Report all potential safety hazards to your supervisor;
  3. Report all accidents, no matter how minor, to your supervisor;
  4. Never take unnecessary risk;
  5. If you are unsure, STOP and ask for assistance.