Singapore injects millions of dollars in LNG bunkering

Singapore's Maritime and Port Authority will spend SGD 12 million to improve LNG bunkering in the port. This will strengthen confidence in the availability of LNG ahead of the global sulfur directive in 2020, says the authority's CEO.

The world's top bunker port, Singapore, will invest more money in LNG to improve vessels' possibilities of bunkering the greener fuel ahead of the global sulfur directive in 2020.

Singapore's Maritime and Port Authority, MPA, has earmarked SGD 12 million, or around USD 9 million, for boosting developments in use of the liquefied natural gas as ship fuel, says the MPA in a press release.

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