Asia Plays Intricate Role In Marine Fuels

Friday, November 19, 1999
The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) pointed out the role that Asia will play in the future of the marine fuels industry. As announced at IBIA's recent Bunkering in Asia" conference held in Hong Kong, Asia's leading bunker hubs, include Singapore and Hong Kong, where annual bunker deliveries topped 18 metric tons and three metric tons respectively in 1998. The conference was opened by Stephen Ip, secretary for economic services, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, who stressed Hong Kong's role as a replenishment port in Asia.
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