Singapore bunker sales hit seven-month peak

Marine fuel sales in Singapore have climbed to the highest level in seven months, new figures from port authority MPA show.

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More ships sailed to Singapore during July to refuel, pushing bunker sales figures up to the highest level in seven months.

Singapore is the world’s largest bunker port, and the latest figures from the Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) show July marine fuel sales growing by 10% against June, reports Reuters.

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