Sales of bunker fuel at Singapore in June rose 2.24% on year, according to Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) statistics.
The port authority recorded 3.92 million metric tonnes (mt) of marine fuel sold in June 2018, marginally up from sales of 3.84 million mt during the same month last year.
Sales of 380 cSt grade at Singapore was 2.80 million mt in June, 0.4% up from 2.78 million mt in June 2017; deliveries of the similar grade were down 5% on year in May.
Meanwhile, sales of 180 cSt (versus on year) was recorded at 29,100 mt (8,900 mt) and 500 cSt 852,900 mt (882,000 mt).
Marine gas oil (MGO) sales were 55,100 mt (49,600 mt); low sulphur (LS) MGO at 107,500 mt (99,400 mt); LS 180 cSt at 7,600 mt (versus zero); LS 380 cSt at 13,800 mt (11,300 mt); LS 500 cSt at 11,000 mt (versus zero).
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Published: 16 July, 2018
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