The Maritime Port and Authority of Singapore (MPA) announced that it withdraws the Bunker Supplier Licence of Inter-Pacific Petroleum Pte Ltd (“Inter-Pacific”), enabling the latter from December 9, 2019 will stop its operations as a bunker supplier in the Port of Singapore.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) withdrew bunker craft operator licence of Inter-Pacific Petroleum Pte Ltd, beginning from 15 October 2019. Therefore, Inter-Pacific is not allowed to operate as a bunker craft operator in the Port of Singapore.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore informed that it has revoked the bunker supplier licence of Southernpec Pte Ltd (Southernpec), with effect from 29 May 2019. Southernpec will now stop operating as a bunker supplier in the Port of Singapore. During a recent enforcement check, MPA had found that Southernpec did not ensure that its employees comply with the terms and conditions of their licence.
Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA Singapore) announced that it temporarily suspended Southernpec (Singapore) PTE LTD’S bunker craft operator license. As long as the suspension is valid, Southernpec will not be allowed to operate as a bunker craft operator in the Port of Singapore. Explaining the decision, MPA Singapore said that it came from an enforcement check.
MPA Singapore has temporarily suspended Southernpec’s bunker craft operator licence with effect from 25 April 2019, until further notice. The announcement came after an enforcement check on a bunker tanker operated by the company.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore has published Port Marine Circular (PMC) No. 06 of 2019 to inform ship masters, owners, and agents of vessels of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (Port Limits – Suspension) Notification 2019 that came into operation on 08 April 2019 at 0001hours.
During a joint operation on 19 February 2019, with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, the PCG arrested six crew members of a craft belonging to a marine service provider and another five crew members of a foreign-registered tugboat for illegal transaction of MGO at the sea off Jurong Island. The 11 men will be charged for criminal breaches.
Seven men got arrested on January 29 for an alleged illegal transaction of 2.7 tonnes of marine gas oil at the sea off Pulau Sudong, Singapore. According to the police, the men were arrested during a joint operation the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore. Initial investigations showed that the three crew members had allegedly misappropriated 2.7 tonnes of marine gas oil without their company knowing.
MPA Singapore conducted checks on Pegasus earlier this year, discovering that the company had allowed an unlicensed craft operator to use its bunker craft to make bunker deliveries. MPA revoked Pegasus bunker craft operator licence, and it will not be allowed to operate as a bunker craft operator in the Port of Singapore.
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