The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) on Thursday (15 October) afternoon issued a notice to the republic’s bunkering and maritime sector informing of the commencement of the mass flow meter (MFM) verification service via Master Meter in Singapore.
“This notice serves to inform all MPA licensed bunker suppliers and bunker craft operators that the appointed service provider, Metcore International Private Ltd (hereafter referred to as Metcore), will commence its verification service of MFMs installed onboard bunker tankers in Singapore using the Master Meter starting 1 November 2020,” said the notice as seen by Manifold Times.
“The verification using the Master Meter shall be carried out in accordance with TR80.”
Bunker suppliers and bunker craft operators may choose to carry out the meter verification using either of the two verification test methods (i.e the existing “Meter In Meter Out” method OR with the use of a Master Meter) till such time otherwise informed by MPA.
Interested bunker suppliers and craft operators may approach Metcore for further information and to schedule their verification test via email email@example.com or contact +65 82287947 / +65 98344127.
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Published: 15 October, 2020
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