Bunker sales in Singapore hit lowest level in four years

Singapore, the world's largest bunker port, experienced the lowest marine fuel sales in 2019 since 2015, show figures from the country's port authority.

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2019 saw bunker sales in Singapore dropping to the lowest level in four years, show new figures published Monday by the country's port authority, MPA (Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore).

Registered sales volumes dropped to 47.5 million tons in 2019, 2.3 million tons less than the year before. 2019's level is thus the lowest since 2015, when sales volumes amounted to 45.2 million tons.

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