In the mid-1980s, according to new directions in the Singapore government’s national policy of economic development, the Port of Singapore Authority (PSA) on a plan to give an oil bunkering industry, where previously laid Create existed. From the early 1990s with the development of standards as a strategic tool, Singapore’s port refueling center in the world grew up to be oil. In the 2000 decade, the new process technology of mass flow measurement could take measurements of significant operational quantity for … Read more »

In the mid-1980s, according to new directions in the Singapore government’s national policy of economic development, the Port of Singapore Authority (PSA) on a plan to give an oil bunkering industry, where previously laid Create existed. From the early 1990s with the development of standards as a strategic tool, Singapore’s port refueling center in the world grew up to be oil. In the 2000 decade, the new process technology of mass flow measurement measurements could bring about significant operational efficiency in the oil tank for economic lot. However, it could change the standards in place in the last three decades set. The central challenge for Singapore was: How should the standards development process, it was possible to deliver the promise of new technology, the balance of interests of the various stakeholder groups, while Singapore’s position as the world’s leading oil bunkers to be removed
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Wee Beng Geok,
Yvonne Chong
Source: ABCC at Nanyang Tech University
15 pages.
Release Date: 19, June 2013. Prod #: NTU040-PDF-ENG
Standards as a strategic tool in the implementation of economic policy – Oil Industry Development Singapore Bunkering HBR case solution

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