The following article was first published on 27 June 7.30pm (Singapore time):
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) on Thursday (27 June) evening issued a circular, informing the maritime community of a recent bunkering development involving Inter-Pacific Petroleum Pte Ltd (IPP).
“Arising from an enforcement check on a bunker tanker operated by Inter-Pacific Petroleum Pte Ltd (Inter-Pacific), the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has temporarily suspended Inter-Pacific’s bunker craft operator licence with effect from 27 June 2019 until further notice,” it said.
“During the period of the licence suspension, Inter-Pacific is not allowed to operate as a bunker craft operator in the Port of Singapore.”
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