Shell climbs to the top as the biggest bunker supplier in Singapore

Oil majors increasingly dominate the bunker market in Singapore, the world's biggest bunker port, shows a new list that ranks suppliers by size. The list is topped by an oil supermajor, while a Hin Leong subsidiary lost the most during the year.

Oil supermajor Shell takes over as the biggest bunker supplier in Singapore, the world's top bunker hub, reveals a list of the biggest bunker suppliers in Singapore in 2020 from port authority MPA.

Shell assumes the lead from Chinese oil giant Petrochina International, which in 2020 dropped to a fourth place.

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