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Trafigura and several major commodity traders apply for bunker license in Singapore

Trafigura and several other major commodity traders have applied for licenses to sell and deliver ship fuel in the world's biggest bunker port, Singapore, reports Reuters.

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Major commodity traders Trafigura, Mercuria and GP Global have applied for bunker licenses in Singapore, several sources familiar with the processes tell Reuters.

Additionally, at least two Chinese companies have filed applications for bunker licenses with Singapore's Maritime and Port Authority, MPA. This happened before the deadline for applications for licenses to supply ship fuel in Singapore expired at the end of January.

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