SINGAPORE, Nov 1 (Reuters) – A crude oil supertanker has run aground in Indonesian waters near a key pipeline supplying Singapore with natural gas, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said.

The MPA said in a statement Monday it had been informed by the captain of the Djibouti-registered tanker Young Yong that it was stranded off Takong Kecil in Indonesia’s Riau Islands in the Singapore Strait on October 26.

There were no reports of injuries or oil spills, the MPA added.

The MPA…

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