Bunker fuel sales at the port of Singapore increased 3.5% on year during April 2021, according to Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) data.
In total, 4.3 million metric tonnes (mt) (exact: 4,256,500 mt) of various marine fuels were sold at the world’s largest bunkering port in April, an increase from 4.11 million mt (exact: 4,113,700 mt) recorded during April 2020.
Deliveries of 500 centistokes (cSt), 380 cSt and 180 cSt grades in April 2021 (against on year), were respectively 32,300 mt (-59% from 78,400 mt), 1,058,000 mt (+53% from 0.692 million mt), while 180 cSt product recorded no sales in April 2021 and 2020.
Low sulphur variants of 500 cSt, 380 cSt and 180 cSt products respectively recorded no sales, 2.14 million mt (-0.5% from 2.15 million mt), and 179,600 mt (+62% from 111,100 mt).
Low sulphur 100 cSt recorded sales of 493,200 mt (-17% from 597,800 mt) and ULSFO had no sales in March (-100% from 66,700 mt).
Low sulphur marine gas oil (LS MGO) sales were posted at 298,000 mt (-20% from 372,600 mt) and MGO at 33,000 mt (-32% from 48,400 mt).
A series of articles on Singapore bunker volumes by Manifold Times in 2021 can be found below:
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Earlier articles by Manifold Times on Singapore bunker volumes can be found in the search result here.
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Published: 14 May, 2021
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