The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) recently updated its list of top bunker suppliers by volume in 2019.
A survey conducted by Singapore marine fuels publication Manifold Times with various industry sources on Friday (24 January) revealed the estimated annual bunker sales volume for the republic’s top 10 Singapore bunker suppliers in 2019:
|Position||Bunker Supplier||Volume in 2019*|
|1||PetroChina International (S) Pte Ltd||5.5 million mt|
|2||Sentek Marine & Trading Pte Ltd||5 million mt|
|3||Ocean Bunkering Services (Pte) Ltd||Unavailable|
|4||Equatorial Marine Fuel Management Services Pte Ltd||3.5 to 4 million mt|
|5||Shell Eastern Trading (Pte) Ltd||Unavailable|
|6||Total Marine Fuels Pte Ltd||Unavailable|
|7||Glencore Singapore Pte Ltd||2.1 million mt|
|8||BP Singapore Pte Limited||1.86 million mt|
|9||Maersk Oil Trading Singapore Pte Ltd||Unavailable|
|10||Global Energy Trading Pte Ltd||1.6 million mt|
*All volumes estimated from Manifold Times market sources
A total 47.5 million metric tonnes (mt) of marine fuel was delivered at Singapore port in 2019, 4.6% lower than sales of 49.8 million mt in 2018.
The republic ended 2019 with 45 accredited bunker suppliers, lower than 51 in 2018; Matrix Marine Fuels, Inter-Pacific Petroleum, Southernpec (Singapore), NSL Marine Fuel Services, and The Barrel Oil left the MPA bunker supplier list in 2019. Costank (S) Pte Ltd was removed from the list in January 2020.
The list of all bunker suppliers by volume in 2019 (versus position in 2018) and their movement are as follows (best view in PC):
|POSITION IN 2019||BUNKER SUPPLIERS BY VOLUME||POSITION IN 2018||MOVEMENT|
|1||PETROCHINA INTERNATIONAL (S) PTE LTD||2||+1|
|2||SENTEK MARINE & TRADING PTE LTD||3||+1|
|3||OCEAN BUNKERING SERVICES (PTE) LTD||1||-2|
|4||EQUATORIAL MARINE FUEL MANAGEMENT SERVICES PTE LTD||4||Stable|
|5||SHELL EASTERN TRADING (PTE) LTD||5||Stable|
|6||TOTAL MARINE FUELS PTE LTD||6||Stable|
|7||GLENCORE SINGAPORE PTE LTD||21||+14|
|8||BP SINGAPORE PTE LIMITED||10||+2|
|9||MAERSK OIL TRADING SINGAPORE PTE LTD||9||Stable|
|10||GLOBAL ENERGY TRADING PTE LTD||14||+4|
|11||GOLDEN ISLAND DIESEL OIL TRADING PTE LTD||12||+1|
|12||TOYOTA TSUSHO PETROLEUM PTE LTD||8||-4|
|13||PALMSTONE TANKERS & TRADING PTE LTD||34||+21|
|14||SINANJU MARINE SERVICES PTE LTD||13||-1|
|15||SK ENERGY INTERNATIONAL PTE LTD||15||Stable|
|16||ENG HUA COMPANY (PTE) LTD||27||+11|
|17||HIN LEONG MARINE INTERNATIONAL (PTE) LTD||20||+3|
|18||CONSORT BUNKERS PTE LTD||11||-7|
|19||SEVEN SEAS OIL TRADING PTE LTD||19||Stable|
|20||FRATELLI COSULICH BUNKERS (S) PTE LTD||18||-2|
|21||CHEVRON SINGAPORE PTE LTD||32||+11|
|22||EXXONMOBIL ASIA PACIFIC PTE LTD||7||-15|
|23||SINGAMAS PETROLEUM TRADING PTE LTD||25||+2|
|24||MARUBENI INT’L PETROLEUM (S) PTE LTD||33||+9|
|25||CATHAY MARINE FUEL OIL TRADING PTE LTD||31||+6|
|26||GRANDEUR TRADING & SERVICES PTE LTD||35||+9|
|27||GLOBAL MARINE TRANSPORTATION PTE LTD||38||+11|
|28||IMPEX MARINE (S) PTE LTD||37||+9|
|29||TRITON BUNKERING SERVICES PTE LTD||40||+11|
|30||BUNKER HOUSE PETROLEUM PTE LTD||29||-1|
|31||PEGASUS MARITIME (S) PTE LTD||41||+10|
|32||HAI YIN MARINE PTE LTD||39||+7|
|33||PACIFIC BUNKERING SERVICES PTE LTD||22||-11|
|34||CENTRAL STAR MARINE SUPPLIES PTE LTD||44||+10|
|35||VICTORY PETROLEUM TRADING PTE LTD||43||+8|
|36||KENOIL MARINE SERVICES PTE LTD||42||+6|
|37||HONG LAM MARINE PTE LTD||17||-20|
|38||EASTPOINT INT’L MARKETING PTE LTD||45||+7|
|39||SIRIUS MARINE PTE LTD||36||-3|
|40||CNC PETROLEUM PTE LTD||—||Received BDN in Nov 2017|
|41||HAI FU MARINE SERVICES PTE LTD||46||+5|
|42||SHELL EASTERN PETROLEUM (PTE) LTD||48||+6|
|43||A DOT MARINE PTE LTD||49||+6|
|44||BRIGHTOIL PETROLEUM (SINGAPORE) PTE LTD||28||-16|
|45||BUNKER B PTE LTD||50||+5|
Related: Exclusive: Estimated annual sales volume for Singapore top bunker suppliers in 2018
Related: MPA list reveals top bunker suppliers at Singapore port in 2018
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Photo credit: Manifold Times
Published: 24 January, 2020
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