Singapore can weather energy shocks, says Senoko CEO

Senoko holds a large volume of diesel in storage, says its chief executive Graeme York. ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH
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SINGAPORE - Singapore's energy security is in good shape and the country can withstand further shocks to global supply chains already under pressure from the Russia-Ukraine war, said Senoko Energy president and chief executive Graeme York.

Mr York told The Straits Times that Singapore has flexibility built into its power generation system to allow companies like Senoko to burn alternative fuels if supplies of piped gas or liquefied natural gas (LNG) are disrupted.

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