Specifically, Inter-Pacific failed to meet the terms and conditions of the Bunker Supplier License, which led to the revocation of the Licence.

It should be reminded that the former bunker supplier had filed for judicial management at the High Court of the Republic of Singapore and a judicial manager has since been appointed.

This follows MPA's earlier revocation of Inter-Pacific's Bunker Craft Operator Licence on 15 October 2019 due to bunkering malpractices.

MPA reminds all bunker licensees to adhere strictly to the terms and conditions of their licences. MPA takes a serious view of contraventions of the licence terms and conditions, and will suspend or revoke the relevant licence(s) where necessary.