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Sentek named Singapore's top supplier by sales volume in 2017

PetroChina and Chemoil make the top three; Hong Lam Marine and Ocean Bunkering Services rise the most.



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Updated on 15 Jan 2018 12:03 GMT

Sentek Marine & Trading has been ranked as Singapore's leading bunker supplier by sales volume in 2017, according to data released by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA).

Sentek - a company that has featured in the top three since 2012 - rose one place to top the supplier list for the first time in its history, with PetroChina International jumping 10 places to second (after being ranked 12th as a new entrant in 2016), and Chemoil International dropping two places to third, having been the port's leading supplier for the previous two years.

Also making up the top five were Shell Eastern Trading, rising four places from eighth, and Equatorial Marine Fuel Management Services, up two to fifth.

The rest of the top 10 comprised ExxonMobil and BP - two companies that in previous years have been Singapore's top two bunker suppliers, and which both fell two places - to sixth and seventh respectively; Ocean Bunkering, jumping 23 places to eighth; Global Energy Trading, unchanged at ninth; and Total Marine Fuels, up seven to 10th.

In total, three companies managed to break into the top 10 in 2017 (PetroChina International, Ocean Bunkering Services and Total Marine Fuels) during a year that saw three leading suppliers - Universal Energy (third in 2016), Transocean (sixth in 2016) and Panoil Petroleum (10th in 2016) - have their licences cancelled by the MPA.

The supplier to rise the most up the list was Hong Lam Marine, up 37 places to 18th. Other companies to improve their ranking significantly were Ocean Bunkering Services, with its previously mentioned 23-place jump; Hin Leong Marine International, rising 19 places to 32nd; Sinanju Marine Services, up 15 places to 28th; Matrix Marine Fuels, up 14 to 26th; and Petrochina's improvement from 12th to 2nd.

In addition to Hong Lam Marine and Ocean Bunkering Services, Bomin Bunker Oil and Inter-Pacific Petroleum were the other two companies to improve their ranking and break into the top 20: Bomin rose six places to 15th and Inter-Pacific was up seven to 19th.

The biggest declines were recorded by Palmstone Marine Services, which fell 18 places to 41st, and Triton Bunkering Services, which dropped 11 places to 46th. They were the only two companies to fall more than six places.

The only new entrant last year was CNC Petroleum, which was ranked 52nd in the MPA's annual list.

A full list of Singapore's 55 licensed suppliers by volume in 2017 has been provided below. A comparison with the previous year has been included in brackets for each company.

1 (+1) Sentek Marine & Trading Pte Ltd

2 (+10) PetroChina International (Singapore) Pte Ltd

3 (-2) Chemoil International Pte Ltd

4 (+4) Shell Eastern Trading Pte Ltd

5 (+2) Equatorial Marine Fuel Management Services Pte Ltd

6 (-2) ExxonMobil Asia Pacific Pte Ltd

7 (-2) BP Singapore Pte Ltd

8 (+23) Ocean Bunkering Services Pte Ltd

9 (--) Global Energy Trading Pte Ltd

10 (+7) Total Marine Fuels Pte Ltd

11 (+3) Costank (S) Pte Ltd

12 (+7) Consort Bunkers Pte Ltd

13 (-2) Toyota Tsusho Petroleum (S) Pte Ltd

14 (+1) Golden Island Diesel Oil Trading

15 (+6) Bomin Bunker Oil Pte Ltd

16 (-3) SK Energy International Pte Ltd

17 (+1) Brightoil Petroleum (Singapore) Pte Ltd

18 (+37) Hong Lam Marine Pte Ltd

19 (+7) Inter-Pacific Petroleum Pte Ltd

20 (--) Aegean Bunkering (Singapore) Pte Ltd

21 (+6) Pacific Bunkering Services Pte Ltd

22 (-6) Seven Seas Oil Trading Pte Ltd

23 (-1) Wired Bunkering Pte Ltd

24 (--) Bunker House Petroleum Pte Ltd

25 (+5) Fratelli Cosulich Bunkers (S) Pte Ltd

26 (+14) Matrix Marine Fuels Pte Ltd

27 (+9) Maersk Oil Trading Singapore Pte Ltd

28 (+15) Sinanju Marine Services Pte Ltd

29 (--) Sirius Marine Pte Ltd

30 (-5) Singamas Petroleum Trading Pte Ltd

31 (+3) Eng Hua Company (Pte) Ltd

32 (+19) Hin Leong Marine Interantional (Pte) Ltd

33 (-5) Cathay Marine Fuel Oil Trading Pte Ltd

34 (+5) Southernpec (Singapore) Pte Ltd

35 (-3) Grandeur Trading & Services Pte Ltd

36 (-3) Marubeni Int'l Petroleum (S) Pte Ltd

37 (--) Impex Marine (S) Pte Ltd

38 (+3) Chevron Singapore Pte Ltd

39 (+3) Global Marine Transportation Pte Ltd

40 (-2) The Barrel Oil Pte Ltd

41 (-18) Palmstone Marine Services Pte Ltd

42 (+4) Hai Yin Marine Pte Ltd

43 (+7) Victory Petroleum Trading Pte Ltd

44 (+4) Palmstone Tankers & Trading Pte Ltd

45 (+4) Kenoil Marine Services Pte Ltd

46 (-11) Triton Bunkering Services Pte Ltd

47 (+5) Eastpoint International Marketing Pte Ltd

48 (-1) Harley Marine Asia Pte Ltd

49 (-5) Pegasus Maritime (S) Pte Ltd

50 (+3) Central Star Marine Supplies Pte Ltd

51 (+3) Hai Fu Marine Services Pte Ltd

52 (NE) CNC Petroleum Pte Ltd

53 (+4) Shell Eastern Petroleum (Pte) Ltd

54 (+4) A Dot Marine Pte Ltd

55 (+1) Bunker B Pte Ltd

(--) = same compared to previous year
(+) = up compared to previous year
(-) = down compared to previous year
(NE) = new entrant

Dropouts in 2017 (with 2016 ranking in brackets):

- Universal Energy Pte Ltd (2016: 3); licence cancelled

- Transocean Oil Pte Ltd (2016: 6); licence cancelled

- Panoil Petroleum Pte Ltd (2016: 10); licence cancelled

- Uni Petroleum Pte Ltd (2016, 45); did not apply to renew its licence

Note: Aegean Bunkering (Singapore) Pte Ltd withdrew from the market as a supplier in January 2018.






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