Sales of bunker fuel at the port of Singapore rose 3.7% on year in December 2019, according to Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) data.
A total 4.47 million metric tonnes (mt) (exact: 4,465,700 mt) of bunkers was sold at the port in December, higher than 4.31 million mt (exact: 4,307,800 mt) posted during December 2018.
Deliveries of 500 centistokes (cSt), 380 cSt and 180 cSt grades in December 2019 (versus on year), was respectively 102,900 mt (-87.8% from 845,400 mt), 1.16 million mt (-62.2% from 3.07 million mt), and 4,700 mt (-83.0% from 27,600 mt).
Low sulphur 500 cSt, 380 cSt and 180 cSt products respectively recorded no sales (compared to zero), 2.25 million mt (from 6,500 mt), and 378,300 mt (from 27,100 mt).
Low sulphur marine gas oil (LS MGO) sales were posted at 407,300 mt (+113.5% from 190,800 mt) and MGO at 89,500 mt (+2.5% from 87,300 mt).
To date, the amount of bunkers sold at the port totalled 47.46 million mt from January to December 2019, 4.7% down compared to 49.80 million mt during the similar period last year.
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A monthly record of Singapore’s bunker sales volume in 2018 can be found here.
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Published: 14 January, 2020
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