May, 2021
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Following handful of cases among port workers.
Singapore Tightens Anti-Covid Measures in Port Area
The firm's target was noted in a statement from the city-state's Maritime and Port Authority on Friday hailing Singapore's first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering of a gas-powered tanker.
Gas Supplier FueLNG Targets 30-50 Singapore LNG Bunker Operations in 2021
Mount Bunkering has contracted out the delivery vessel KORIMAKO to support Mobil's operation in Tauranga.
Mobil Oil Adds Bunker Delivery Vessel in New Zealand
Last month Ong Ah Huat pleaded guilty to 15 charges related to using forged documents to accessing about $320 million in loans.
Former CFO of Singapore Supplier Coastal Oil Receives Nine-Year Prison Sentence
The firm now plans to cut capacity at the 500,000 b/d refinery by 200,000 b/d in July.
Shell Brings Forward Capacity Cut at Pulau Bukom Refinery Near Singapore
The trend has the potential for significant disruption to the shipping industry, depending on how long these measures last, as large numbers of seafarers come from the Indian subcontinent.
Crew Change Restrictions Widen on Indian COVID-19 Surge
The new charges relate to allegedly forged documents used in oil products trades with China Aviation Oil (Singapore) Corp between June 2019 and March 2020.
23 More Charges for Hin Leong Founder OK Lim
Accountancy company Deloitte stepped down as NewOcean's auditor as of April 29.
Bunker Supplier NewOcean's Auditors Resign Over Outstanding Documents
April, 2021
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The new desk was set up earlier this month, and will handle about half of the firm's global fuel requirements.
Hapag-Lloyd Establishes New Bunker Desk in Singapore
After arrest it can take as much as a few weeks for the ship to be released.
Illegal Malaysian Anchoring 'Mistaken' in Most Cases: Gard