MPA to up test requirements in Singapore after 200 ships received dirty bunker

The Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore has concluded its investigation into the source of the contaminated bunker oil delivered to 200 ships by Glencore and PetroChina. Updated.

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The case involving 200 ships taking delivery of contaminated bunker oil from Glencore and PetroChina in Singapore now leads the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) to require additional tests of bunker fuel, the authority writes in a status update on the case.

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