Singapore's Sentek faces 42 charges in case of bunker stolen from Shell

The Singapore Police Force has brought 42 charges against Sentek Marine & Trading for having procured bunker oil between 2014 and 2018, which the company allegedly knew was stolen from a Shell refinery.

Singaporean bunker firm Sentek Marine & Trading Pte faces 42 charges in a case about procurement of bunker oil, which had been illegally acquired from a Shell refinery, states the Singapore Police Force in an announcement.

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