Maersk secures bunkering deal in Singapore

Yet another major port will become part of Maersk's efforts to secure low-sulfur fuel in preparation for 2020. Maersk Oil Trading has now leased part of a tanking terminal in Singapore.

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Maersk is well underway in its preparations for the global sulfur cap.

Now, the company can add the major port in Singapore to the list of new bunkering hubs, which will supply low-sulfur fuel with a sulfur content of 0.5 percent, to the majority of the carrier's fleet once the sulfur regulations take force on Jan. 1, 2020.

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