11 people arrested for illegal bunker trading in Singapore

The coast guard and port authority in Singapore have in a joint action arrested 11 people for illegal trading of ship fuel.

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The Singapore Police Coast Guard, PCG, has arrested 11 people for illegal trading of marine gas oil, MGO, says Singaporean police in a press release.

The 11 people were arrested on Oct. 30 in a joint operation between the coast guard and the Singapore Maritime and Port Authority, MPA. Six people were arrested on a vessel belonging to a marine service provider, while the remaining five people were arrested on a foreign-flagged tug.

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