Oil thieves in Singapore face long prison sentences

Nine men in all face prison sentences of up to 15 years, if they are convicted of selling illegal and unspecified bunker fuel in the largest bunker port in the world.

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The Singapore Police have charged nice men with selling and delivering illegal bunker fuel from an anchorage, and they could face prison sentences up to 15 years, according to Seatrade Maritime News.

According to Singapore Police, the Coast Guard had received information that a foreign registered tugboat and a Singapore registered vessel were believed to be involved in an illegal sale of MGO to vessels from an anchorage close to the port of Singapore.

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