January, 2017
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Malaysian plans to develop a $45 billion industrial port city at Carey Island could be completed as early as 2025.
Malaysian Port City Project "Complementary," Not Competition to Singapore: Port Klang Chairman
The 1997-built Ambassador was arrested Thursday following action by Gurbani & Co LLC.
Suezmax Tanker Arrested in Singapore
"Four bunker tankers are currently undergoing a change in ownership and do not have any bunker craft operator licensee appointed," an MPA spokesperson tells Ship & Bunker.
MPA Clarifies Drop in Licensed Mass Flow Meter Equipped Bunkering Vessels
The Supreme Court has also discharged Hanjin's interim stay order, which was previously granted on September 9, 2016.
Hanjin Granted Leave to Withdraw Singapore Court Proceedings
At least one other bunker supplier has also made a claim.
Bunker Supplier Arrests Cruise Ship in Singapore
BP Singapore Pte Ltd, who last year fell to second after holding the number one spot for the previous 11 years, for 2016 slipped to fifth.
Chemoil Named as Singapore's Biggest Supplier By Volume for a Second Year
TOCOM Wednesday launched a physical market for oil products, including gas oil, bunker A, and LSA for delivery via maritime shipments or at refineries.
Bunkers Being Traded as Part of New Tokyo Commodity Exchange Physical Oil Market
Hong Lam Marine's 2,673 GT tanker Sea Swift received MPA's MFM approval for bunkering on January 3, 2017.
MPA Grants MFM Approval to Another Bunker Vessel
The total for 2016 marks a near tripling of volumes over the last 20 years for the world's biggest bunkering port.
Singapore Smashes Annual Bunker Sales Record with 48.6 Million MT Sold in 2016
Josephine Teo, Singapore's Senior Minister of State for Transport, says the KLIP expansion is a "timely reminder" to ensure Singapore's competitiveness.
Potential Economic Impacts on Singapore from Malacca Port Expansion Still Unknown, Says Minister