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Fuelling a rise to the top

BP has leveraged Singapore's vibrant maritime ecosystem to become its biggest bunker supplier.

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BP conducts stringent testing to ensure that all its products meet the required standards. (Above) The shuttle tanker Loch Rannoch taking on bunker fuel from a supply tanker. A deck officer conducting maintenance checks of a vessel's bridge gear.

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BP conducts stringent testing to ensure that all its products meet the required standards. The shuttle tanker Loch Rannoch taking on bunker fuel from a supply tanker. (Above) A deck officer conducting maintenance checks of a vessel's bridge gear.

IN the port that sells more fuel to ships than any other in the world, BP has been its leading player for a dozen years. The British oil and gas giant's marine fuel division has been operating in Singapore for over 20 years and has been the largest supplier of marine fuel, or bunkers, in

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