employees of Brightoil Petroleum (Singapore) Pte Ltd were charged in court in
the city-state this week for their alleged involvement in the theft of marine
fuel on board a company barge, a company executive said in a statement on
Thursday 8 February 2018.
Singapore’s Chief Operating Officer Stephen Qi Jun said in that the future
employment of the two employees, Sugiharto, 34, and Sapidi, 44 with the company
“would depend on the outcome of the investigation” in a statement adding that Brightoil
“will not tolerate any illegal conducts of any employees, and will provide full
assistance to the police for their investigation of this incident.”
have been alleged against Brightoil Petroleum (Singapore) as a company.
is in full compliance with local laws and regulations, Qi Jun said.
authorities in 2017 ranked Brightoil Singapore, a unit of Hong Kong-listed
Brightoil Petroleum, as the 17th largest supplier of marine fuels in Singapore,
the world’s largest marine refuelling hub.