Legal representatives of Singapore bunker supplier Golden Island Diesel Oil Trading Pte Ltd and the owner/charterer of bulk carrier Stellar Rio met on Thursday (21 March) at Pre Trial Conference (PTC) in the High Court of the Republic of Singapore to discuss a bunker claim.
Golden Island delivered 3,845.615 metric tonnes (mt) of 380 centistokes (cSt) grade marine fuel oil to the Stellar Rio on 21 November 2018, according to a legal documents obtained by Manifold Times.
The company was seeking either the “immediate possession” of bunkers from the vessel’s owner/charterer or its similar value on 14 December 2018 when it initiated legal processes, including interest and costs.
The 289,445 dwt bulk carrier Stellar Rio is listed under the fleet list of Seoul-based dry bulk owner and operator Polaris Shipping.
Golden Island is the 12th largest bunker supplier by volume in 2018 (versus position in 2017), according to Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) data.
It started supplying 0.5% low sulphur fuel oil (LSFO) marine fuel from 1 March at Singapore port.
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Published: 21 March, 2019
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