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The world's biggest bunker port will expand its LNG capacity

The world's largest bunker port, Singapore, expects to see its bunker capacity for LNG hit 1 million tons in 2021, reports Reuters.

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Singapore will boost its capacity in terms of supplying ships with LNG.

In 2021, the world's largest bunker port expects to have increased bunker capacity for liquefied natural gas, LNG, to 1 million tons, says the country's transport minister, Chee Hong Tat, to news agency Reuters.

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