Kota Tenaga, SEEB Collide Off Pulau Sebarok, Singapore

 

Singapore-registered containership Kota Tenaga and Malta-registered VLCC SEEB collided reportedly at about 2.7km south of Pulau Sebarok on Wednesday.

The accident resulted in an oil spill of about five metric tons of bunker fuel however it has been contained.

Traffic in Singapore port is unaffected and remains operational.

MPA has undertaken investigation into the cause of the collision.

World Maritime News Staff, January 6, 2012;

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