Bunkering firms Global Energy Trading Pte Ltd and NewOcean Fuel (Singapore) Pte Ltd and Consort Bunkers Pte Ltd are in the process of getting their respective fuel oil cargoes back from bunker tankers owned by Brightoil Petroleum (S'pore) Pte Ltd.
Manifold Times confirmed the above development with all firms, who similarly said the decision has been approved by the judge on a Friday (14 December) hearing.
The Singapore-based Brightoil bunker tanker fleet was placed under sheriff’s arrest at the republic on 21 November.
Global Energy Trading is seeking to recover 2,655.05 metric tonnes (mt) of 380 centistokes (cSt) grade fuel oil from Brightoil 319 and 2,448.52 mt of the similar product from Brightoil 329, according to court documents obtained by Manifold Times.
NewOcean Fuel (Singapore) is arranging to discharge 5,866.90 mt of 380 cSt material from Brightoil 688, while Consort Bunkers is looking to recover 4,324.30 mt of 500 cSt grade from Brightoil 666.
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Published: 20 December, 2018
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