Another bunker supplier loses license in Singapore

Transocean Oil has lost its license to supply fuel in Singapore. This is the third bunker company this year to have its license revoked by Singapore's authorities, reports Reuters.

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Singapore's Maritime and Port Authority, MPA, revoked Transocean Oil's bunker license Monday afternoon, reports Reuters.

This marks the third time this year that the MPA revokes a bunker supplier's license. In the case of Transocean Oil, the MPA found "falsifications of records and discrepancies in the stock movement logbooks on board the bunker tankers," during checks in March and April.

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