Longer maritime routes mean more fuel consumed in shipping following Red Sea attacks


Sales of bunker fuel in Singapore, the world’s largest bunkering fuel port, have increased to all-time highs, indicating increased global consumption as cargo ships, tankers, and other marine vessels take longer routes to avoid the Red Sea. Ship operators have been avoiding the Red Sea following Yemen-based Houthi militia attacks that began in November 2023.

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