Third ship collision in less than two weeks at congested Singapore port spilling 80 mt of bunker fuel

Platts.com, 11 Feb 2014
A ship collision in Singapore late Monday has spilled some 80 mt of bunker fuel in the port, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore said in a statement.
The MPA said that it had received a report of the collision of the departing Liberia-flagged container ship Hammonia Thracium and the Panama-flagged chemical tanker Zoey in the Singapore Strait, off Sebarok Island, about 10 km south of the city state on Monday afternoon.
This is the third collision at the port in less than two weeks. Chemical tanker Lime Galaxy collided with container ship Feihe on January 29, while container ship NYK Themis collided with barge AZ Fuzhou on January 30.  Full story

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