Singapore-based Pacific Bunkering Services Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of Pacific International Lines, has left the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) accredited bunker supplier list.
The development leaves 41 active bunker suppliers operating at the world’s largest bunkering port, according to the document updated on 2 August.
Manifold Times earlier reported bunker fuel sales at the port of Singapore decreasing 2.3% on year to 4.06 million mt during July 2021.
About 49.8 million mt of marine fuels was sold at the Port of Singapore in 2020.
Note: The MPA list of licensed bunker suppliers at Singapore can be downloaded here.
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Photo credit: Manifold Times
Published: 26 August, 2021
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