Oil tankers collide in Singapore, small spill reported
Singapore's port authority says two tankers collided off the city-state's coast, trigging a small fuel oil spill.
The Maritime and Port Authority said in a statement Thursday that five metric tons of marine fuel oil spilled into the Singapore Strait from the Singapore-registered tanker Kota Tenaga after it crashed with the Malta-registered SEEB late Wednesday.
The MPA said authorities have contained the spill and chemical dispersants were used to break up patches of oil.
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