Now is the time to persuade skeptics on Singapore's mass flow meters

With just three months before the obligatory mass flow meter system is implemented on bunkering in Singapore, many sceptics remain unconvinced. However, the system will prove its worth as soon as it takes effect from the new year, explains Hans Staal of Brightoil Petroleum, which have been supplying fuel oil through mass flow meters for several years already.

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Made of stainless steel, it shined like new in the middle of the ballroom - the mass flow meter which is one of the focus points for the 1,500 representatives gathered in Singapore this week. While some bunker suppliers have only just been introduced to the new accompaniment to future bunker deliveries, Danish Hans Staal already has an intimate knowledge of the apparatus which weighs more than 200 kilos.

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