The world's biggest bunker port seeks new LNG suppliers

The port of Singapore continues to expand its capacity for LNG as a fuel for vessels. A new Request for Proposals is set to double the number of suppliers of the liquefied natural gas.

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Demand for LNG fuel for vessels is on the rise, and the world's largest bunker port in Singapore therefore wants to increase its capacity in terms of supplying the liquefied natural gas to vessels.

The port has therefore just launched a Request for Proposal (RFP) in which the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) seeks to find two new suppliers of LNG fuel. This corresponds to a doubling in LNG bunkering licenses in the port, informs a statement.

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