Singapore's status as the world's biggest bunkering port will be maintained next year, when the sale of bunkers will develop steadily despite fluctuations in the composition of the island state's bunker market.
Several things have changed in the port, reports Platts, noting that the port in Singapore has introduced the use of mass flow meters. And that preparations are starting – as is the case for the rest of the world – for the global sulfur regulations, set to come into force on Jan. 1, 2020.
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