Glencore silent on main part in case of contaminated bunker oil

Glencore, accused by the MPA in Singapore for being responsible of supplying bad bunker to 200 ships, declines to comment on the case. Bunker organization IBIA urges members to track the contaminated bunker oil. Shipping company highly affected.

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One of the world’s largest raw material and mining companies, Glencore, finds itself in trouble due to accusations of playing a key role as supplier of contaminated bunker oil to 200 ships.

However, Glencore declines to comment on the case.

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