Location: Singapore



The busiest port in the world

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Bunker One (Singapore)
8 Shenton Way
AXA Tower
Singapore 068811

+65 6632 5302


Bunker One is a team of highly skilled professionals with expert local knowledge in the many areas we operate around the globe. Meet our great team who all work passionately to deliver world class service and are driven to go the extra nautical mile for you.

Andrew Siew Yew Hoong
Andrew Siew Yew Hoong
General Manager – Trading & Supply

Singapore - the location of Bunker One's physical operation in Asia

We operate in Singapore, both inside the port, and outside port limits.

Singapore - the busiest port in the world

Naturally, Bunker One is present in Singapore being the world's busiest transshipment port in terms of total shipping tonnage. It transships a fifth of the world's shipping containers and half of the world's annual supply of crude oil. Singapore is simply the epicenter of the bunkering world.

We offer bunker fuel and lubricants to cater for the specific needs of our various customers. We are capable of providing bunker deliveries in the South China Sea, the Indian and Pacific Oceans through multiple supply points (both in-port and out-port limit) and proficient blending capabilities.

We provide efficient, high quality bunkering services to vessels of various types and sizes at competitive prices.

Bunker fuel

RMG180/380 & RMK500 High Sulphur
ULSFO Ultra Low Sulphur Fuel Oil 0,1% Sulfur
DMA range from 10 ppm to 1,5% Sulphur

ISO 8217: 2005/2010/2012 Fuel Standard for Marine Distillate Fuels
ISO 8217: 2005/2010/2012 Fuel Standard for Marine Residual Fuels

Delivery methods
Products are delivered by barge, ex wharf and truck

Port info
Deliveries in port and OPL. (Off Port Limits)

M/T Marine Oracle (DWT 4.2kt)
M/T Feresa (DWT 1.6kt)

M/T Marine Noel (DWT 4.2kt)
M/T Marine Queenie (DWT 6.5kt)
M/T Marine Rose (DWT 6.5kt)
M/T Marine Selena (DWT 6.5kt)

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