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Keeping up with the neighbours as Singapore looks to IMO 2020

Singapore’s financial and support infrastructure for the bunkering industry is relatively more developed than its competitors’ but subtle shifts in trade patterns or arbitrage trading opportunities could change things

Asia Pacific Containers

New bunker derivative touted to bolster IMO 2020 hedge

Shipowners can start hedging their bunker bets against a new futures contract that will be priced against a weighted average of actual bunker trades as guided by pricing agency, Argus Media 

Singapore Bunkers

More owners may opt for methanol next year

Some shipowners are keen on methanol-fuelling systems but they are waiting until there is official confirmation, possibly next year, that there will be a new set of safety guidelines devised to support the widesread uptake of this new marine fuel

International Tankers and Gas

Indonesia backtracks on HSFO waiver for domestic vessels

Indonesia’s national oil company Pertamina will now produce 380,000 kilolitres of 0.5% sulphur fuel oil and set up bunkering points in Tanjung Priok and Balikpapan

Indonesia Tankers and Gas

US trader Freepoint Commodities to start Singapore LSFO supply by fourth quarter

Freepoint Commodities has also tied up with Pertamina to upgrade its TBMM fuel terminal across the Singapore Strait into a trading hub which can blend VLSFO and supply the fuel to vessels in the neighbouring port
Asia Pacific Singapore

Keppel sizes up fire damage on LNG tanker

The first of two 7,500 cu m LNG bunkering capable tankers ordered from Keppel Singmarine was launched at Keppel Nantong in late July and both units were previously scheduled for delivery in the second and third quarters of this year

Singapore China
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