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LAST week's Singapore International Bunkering Conference and Exhibition (SIBCON) covered many aspects of the marine fuel business, but in reality, only one big issue dominated the two days....

[SINGAPORE] Singapore plans to apply stricter control measures to the marine fuels sector, a move that industry sources say could boost transparency in a notoriously opaque industry.

DUTCH oil and chemical storage company Vopak said it is investing 40 million euros (S$64.3 million) globally to cater for the flexibility and capacity to meet the refuelling needs of marine...

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IN JUST over a month, key players in the global bunker trade will be gathering in Singapore to discuss the big issues facing the global marine fuel industry - and the hottest of those issues to be...

[SINGAPORE] Fears over a supply crunch are gripping the world's biggest ship-fuel market so tightly that even an impending infusion from another region may do little to allay concerns.

JAPAN and Singapore are currently jointly working on liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering - the process of transferring LNG to a ship for use as fuel. I believe that this cooperation not only...