April, 2017
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SCMA notes that the number of arbitrations have been on a steady rise since 2009, with 46 arbitrations recorded in 2016, compared to just nine in 2009.
Bunker Claims Accounted for 57% of Singapore Arbitrations in 2016: SCMA
MPA data shows the total number of licensed bunker surveyors in Singapore has decreased to 49 from 51 in January.
Singapore: Mandatory MFMs Bring No Big Change in Number of Licensed Bunker Surveyors
Andrew Tan's comments came at a media briefing for Singapore Maritime Week 2017.
Future of Shipping Belongs to Those Who Embrace New Opportunities, Says MPA CEO
The best ever quarterly total of 12.65 million mt is up some 69 percent over the 7.49 million mt sold in 1Q 2007.
Singapore Quarterly Bunker Sales Volume Hits Record High [ GRAPH ]
CPSB claims the vessel PDZ Maju owes RM563,311 ($127,662.59) for bunkers supplied in December.
PDZ Moves to Defend Against Vessel Arrest for Unpaid Bunkers
RMT says it is in advanced discussions with a potential buyer for the trust's assets, although "no deal has been finalised at this stage."
Rickmers Maritime Faces Winding Up After Failure to Reach Restructuring Agreement
The LNG truck loading facility was launched during a ceremony held on April 12 at the SLNG Terminal.
Singapore Marks Latest Step for LNG Bunkering with First Truck Loading Facility
Infinity was arrested in October on outstanding debts from four creditors.
Bulker Arrested Over Unpaid OW Bunker Bill Put to Auction
India's Ministry of Shipping is also said to be mulling tax breaks in order to promote the use of LNG as fuel.
India Set to Develop LNG Bunkering Facility at Dharamtar Creek
Approximately 8 km of Green Island's coast is said to have been polluted in March as a result of a spill from a currently unidentified source .
Australia Lends Support to Taiwanese Investigation into Suspected Bunker Spill