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Marine Fuels Committee

Marine Fuels Committee

Marine Fuels Committee

The Marine Fuels Committee aims to address bunkering
operations in the Port of Singapore.

The Marine Fuels Committee (MFC) continues to work closely with the MPA and other relevant stakeholders in ensuring that Singapore remains the world’s premier bunkering port even during a pandemic – from the implementation of safety measures to the implementation of the Master Meter for the verification of mass flow meters. The Committee is also working towards the future with the formation of the Alternative Marine Fuels Sub-Committee.

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Sub-committees

Terms of reference

The role of the Alternative Marine Fuels Sub-Committee is as follows:

  • to explore the use and feasibility of different types of alternative marine fuels available;
  • to evaluate and make recommendations on the use of the different types of alternative marine fuels available;
  • to serve as a feedback unit for the industry to MPA on national strategies and policies relating to the use and supply of alternative marine fuels;
  • to evaluate and recommend procedures to improve the efficiency of alternative marine fueling operations in Singapore;
  • to promote Singapore’s reputation for reliability and high standards for the supply of alternative marine fuel, and;
  • to create awareness and understanding among the maritime and adjacent industries on the international development and research within the area of alternative marine fuel.
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Terms of reference

The role of the MFM Sub-Committee is as follows:

  • to serve as a bridge between MPA and local Bunker Suppliers/Tanker Owners/Operators in the dissemination of information and feedback concerning mass flow meters operations in Singapore;
  • to evaluate and recommend operational procedures to MPA to improve use of MFMs during bunkering;
  • to evaluate  and  recommend  training  standards  for  use  of  MFMs  during bunkering;
  • to serve as a feedback unit for local Bunker Suppliers/Tanker Owners/Operators to MPA on local port’s operational strategies and policies relating to the use of MFMs.
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