February, 2018
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"The number of bunker suppliers in Singapore are determined by market forces," MPA spokesperson tells Ship & Bunker.
MPA: No Plans to Reduce Number of Bunker Suppliers in Singapore
Joon Kim, Daniel Park, and Danny Han have all joined OCM's Asia team effective immediately.
OceanConnect Marine Hires 3 New Bunker Traders in Singapore to Initiate Korean Supply Position
The number of physical bunker suppliers in Singapore drops to 52.
Two More Players Exit the Singapore Bunker Market
Authorities monitoring situation following discovery of oily substances at Takarajima island.
Sanchi Sinking: Leaked Oil May Have Reached Japan's Western Shores
Effective January 1, 2019 all ships entering the country's international ports must use bunkers containing no more that 0.5 percent sulfur.
Taiwan: CPC to Supply 0.50% MGO from March 1
Salvage crews are said to be continuing efforts to remove 1,900 tonnes of bunker fuel from the sunken Iranian oil tanker.
Recovery Efforts Continue for Sunken Sanchi's Bunkers
January, 2018
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Initial target market is offshore support vessels in the oil and gas industry.
New Malaysian JV to Launch Bunker Fuel Tracking System
Efforts under the MOU will first be focused on a LPG-powered coastal car ferry that is expected to be put into operation next year.
Multi-Party MOU Signed to Establish LPG Bunkering Hub in South Korea
A year after MFM became compulsory for all players, Timothy Cosulich tells Ship & Bunker that his company's sales volume has grown.
Fratelli Cosulich: Bunkering in Singapore Improved by MFM
LNG fuel will be supplied to the vessel by Osaka Gas Co., Ltd. using a truck-to-ship system.
MOL Orders LNG-Fuelled Tugboat for Osaka Bay